Below report categories are available at the time of posting this article:

  • Transactions Log:
    • By Meter
    • Fleet Intake
    • By Project
  • Summary Reports:
    • By Meter
    • Fleet Intake
      • Engine Consumption Benchmark
    • Project wise
    • Zone based
  • Reconciliation Report
  • Totalizer readings (live and history)
  • Levels readings (live and history)
  • Meters status (live)
  • Assets Control page

All of the above reports have Day-wise, Monthly and Accumulative formats whichever is applicable.


  • All of the reports have group selection.
  • The group of vehicles are added to the system by the user.
  • Once you select a group, a new column is added to the report in runtime to show the fuel delivered to that group.

Please click on the images and illustrations to see the samples with real-field data.

Fuel-EYE Reconciliation Report works based on the concept of the “SET”. A SET is a collection of Flow Meters and Level Transmitters which their measured volumes are related to each other.

Assume a tank farm with a number of stationary storage tanks, each of them having a level gauge and a few dispensers and flow meters to fill the fleet, consuming the available fuel of the tank farm, and finally a receive flow meter which is used to measure the received fuel into the tank farm; these all together are shaping one SET.

A mobile tanker, on the other hand, is also a SET, as it has a tank to store fuel, a flow meter to deliver and possibly a flow meter to receive fuel.

SET definition is a one-time task.

Fuel-EYE Reconciles your transactions by taking into account the IN, OUT, Opening and Closing balances over any period of time. It takes only a few seconds to generate a reconciliation report and manage your fuel operations.

If your measurement equipment are Temperature Compensated, they should reconcile to zero variation.