Otodata featured on ‘Advancements with Ted Danson’

May 11, 2020 By    

Otodata was featured in an episode of “Advancements with Ted Danson,” that aired at 2:30 p.m. Eastern time May 16 on CNBC. The segment focused on improvements in fuel delivery logistics.

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For many, fuel delivery is still a manual process where fuel providers must physically check each of their tanks to determine where gas is needed. The only way to eliminate the excess labor costs and guesswork, Otodata says, is by installing an accurate tank monitor.

Otodata will outline its mission to develop, manufacture, distribute and support its tank monitors, management software and mobile app to businesses all over North America.

Initially, costs associated with large-scale tank monitor implementation made expansion and growth unaffordable for a large portion of the industry, according to the company.

“We know that getting accurate tank-level information is critical for fuel providers. It can substantially reduce their operating expenses while significantly improving their service level,” says Andre Boulay, president of Otodata. “So we provide our partners with software that allows them to view this critical information from their office or on the go on tablets or smartphones.”

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Otodata provides tank monitoring solutions for the propane industry. Photo courtesy of Otodata

The Advancements series is an information-based educational show targeting recent advances across a number of industries and economies. The May 16 episode will explore how the evolving technology in the fuel industry continues to transform the world, as well as the sustainable methods being used to maximize efficiency across the globe.

Otodata, based in Montreal, has been providing tank monitoring products and services for almost a decade.

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Brian Richesson is the editor in chief of LP Gas Magazine. Contact him at brichesson@northcoastmedia.net or 216-706-3748.

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