Iberia (IB) is testing a new refueling system for its ground vehicle at Madrid-Barajas Airport T4 in a bid to cut fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
Iberia (IB) is testing a new refueling system for its ground vehicle at Madrid-Barajas Airport T4 in a bid to cut fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. The telemetry system for refueling fuel trucks uses wireless links installed in the trucks to facilitate radio communication with chips installed on each piece of ground equipment. A reader on each vehicle monitors engine running time and distance travelled to give a real-time basis for computing fuel consumption and needs. The ...
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