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SISCOM - detection, analysis and fuel quality diagnostics, consumption and CO2 emission, data transmission by GSM / GPRS / Bluetooth, operational management web software and smartphone application - connected vehicle: fuel, quality, consumption

Grant number: 15/01082-6
Support Opportunities:Research Grants - Innovative Research in Small Business - PIPE
Duration: February 01, 2016 - April 30, 2018
Field of knowledge:Engineering - Mechanical Engineering
Convênio/Acordo: FINEP - PIPE/PAPPE Grant
Principal Investigator:Ângelo Massatoshi Ebesui
Grantee:Ângelo Massatoshi Ebesui
Host Company:T2V Indústria, Comércio e Serviços em Tecnologia Ltda. - ME
City: São Paulo
Associated researchers:Delson Torikai ; Eduardo Pena dos Santos ; Ricardo Cury Ibrahim


The development of this project aims to provide additions in SISCOM - Detection System, Analysis and Fuel Quality Diagnostics, Consumption, Data Transmission by GSM / GPRS and Bluetooth, the Operational Management Web Software and the Smartphone application. Upon supply the sensor installed in the vehicle, contact the fuel flow, issues in real time the results of the analysis and displays the driver via LED / LCD and driver Smartphone through T2V Application: Connected Vehicle, Fuel, Quality and Consumption. In case of non-compliance or adulteration automatically stops the supply and reports in real time the others involved through remote alerts by E-mail and SMS. Transmits the supply of occurrences for GSM / GPRS / SMS to the Operational Management Software Web. According to market survey three to four phones sold in Brazil are Smartphone. The integrated Smartphone Application to SISCOM and the Operational Management Software Web will contribute to vehicle owners, fleet owners companies and government agencies have access to historic supply data, quality and consumption in real time. The solution is innovative and aims to inhibit adulteration that has generated serious damage. It aims at bringing financial benefits from the absence of corrective maintenance on vehicles under warranty and post warranty; consuming less through the supply of quality fuel; contribute to the Brazil Innovation Program Auto 2013-2017 energy efficiency and quality of fuel, as well as, among others, make the Consumer Market Surveillance Agents. Currently there are 38,318 fueling stations to be inspected in a country of continental dimensions. The proposed adjustments and developments will make the system more efficient operationally, approved by specialized laboratories, low cost, appropriate to market requirements, attractive to the consumer, which the participant will make your commercialization. The Fleet Current Brazil is 43.5 million. (AU)

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