Technoton Wishes You Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Dear friends, colleagues, and partners of Technoton,
Happy New Year!

 

Happy New Year card!
We have accomplished a lot in 2014 together:

  • new fuel level sensors DUT-E CAN (CAN bus interface) and DUT-E AF (frequency and analog output) have been released;
  • new Crocodile contactless readers modifications,
  • compound inflation problem has been fixed;
  • differential fuel flow meters have become 80% more durable,
  • the problem with water at the bottom of fuel tank has been resolved.

As a result we’ve updated Technoton warranty – 5 years for fuel level sensors and 3 years for fuel flow meters.

Zavod Flowmeter is now working at full capacity. We have fully restored engineering and technology documents, formed and trained the plant team. In June 2014 Zavod Flowmeter established a new record – 4450 fuel level sensors produced in a month.

Technoton participated in the largest international exhibitions of 2014: GITEX, CeBIT, NAVITECH, Auto Expo. We conducted 14 workshops in 5 countries with 300 participants. This number proves the reputation and genuine interest in our products. The educational video and flash series about Technoton products were a success as well.

Our goals in 2015

New products:

  • development and release of fuel flow meters that are a part of the S6 concept, development of fuel consumption sensors with GSM and Bluetooth interfaces;
  • improvements to Crocodile contactless readers;
  • improvements to bypass valves, MK DUT-E and MK DFM mounting kits.

In cooperation with our strategic partners Technoton is providing the market with inexpensive and functional solution: DUT-E CAN fuel level sensor + Galileo tracking device + ORF 3 vehicle monitoring software.

I am sure that basing on our experience, knowledge, and reputation, we will not only overcome all challenges, but also strengthen our industry leader position.

I wish you a happy New Year and full realization of your energy and talent in 2015!

A. Kaplunski, Technoton director