Gobius Level Sensors Now on Trains

Measuring the level in a waste tank has always been difficult. It has often meant that you have not been able to trust the display showing empty also when it is full and vice versa.

In addition, it has been a rather tedious job to regularly clean the level indicators on the inside of the tank. For everyone very time consuming and unpleasant job.

Wireless Tank Monitoring
Train Tank

Gobius Sensor Technology has for many years developed a unique technology with sensors measuring from the outside of the tank. The technology has no bad qualities that traditional level indicators have.

On the leisure boat market Gobius is the market leader and all the major boat manufacturers in Europe are installing our sensors.

Mr. Anders Meiton, CEO, said:

“If we would count all sensors we sold over the years, we would end up somewhere over 120,000.”

Gobius Pro, the new sensor, also has a Bluetooth interface, which makes installation extremely easy. The sensors can of course be connected to control system.

Alstom in UK is installing Gobius

Now our company has taken a big step towards the passenger train market with a flying start.

Anders Meiton ended by saying:

“We are now supplier to Alstom in UK. Alstom, as a maintenance company, will upgrade trains with Gobius Pro sensors.

“We are very proud of supplying Alstom.”

Click here to watch the Gobius movie that describes how our sensors contribute to an increased comfort on passenger trains.

For further information, do not hesitate to contact Anders Meiton, CEO.

This article was originally published by Gobius Sensor Technology.

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