Does your organization need to monitor industrial equipment and assets on mobile vehicles, trucks, or trailers?

The video you’re watching up top shows you how we can help you combine Industrial IoT (IIoT) with fleet tracking to effectively and remotely monitor your moving assets.

Have a look at our Customer Stories page for more stories on who uses Valarm for sensor telemetry in various industries like natural resources, governments, oil & gas, air quality, agriculture, chemical distribution, and water resources management.

See our Web Dashboards with maps, graphs, and any other widgets you need to remotely monitor your valuable assets from any device, like your phone or tablet!

Where can you get this stuff for your organization? You can get Industrial IoT sensor hubs, sensors, and other hardware at

We understand what customers need to do with remote monitoring and Industrial IoT.

We’ll work with you to find the best solution for precisely your needs.

If you’ve got pumps, vacuums, tanks, hydraulics, bridges, or any other industrial machinery or equipment you need to monitor (whether it’s stationary or mobile), then please don’t hesitate to contact us at


Voiceover / Transcript:

Howdy! This is Edward from Valarm.

In this video you’ll learn how to use Valarm Industrial IoT and remote monitoring solutions with industrial fleet vehicles, like trucks and trailers, loaded up with industrial equipment like pumps and vacuums.

The images you’re seeing in this video are from a Valarm customer that uses sensor telemetry for fleet tracking with high tech transport vehicles. You’re seeing photos of high tech industrial vacuums, pumps, air quality sensors, tanks, and other industrial equipment that’s totally mobile. On you’ll see all of your mobile assets and sensor information on maps on 3D earth globes and 2D traditional maps. Customize colors and ranges to quickly spot hot spots, get situational awareness, and know exactly what’s going on in the field.

By combining Industrial IoT with fleet tracking you know more than just the current locations of your mobile assets. You’ve got the power of industrial sensors tied into your GPS trackers. You know whether your pumps are turned on or off. The flow rates your pumps are pumping in or out of tanks. And the tank levels and volumes.

All of this remote sensor data is GPS-tagged so you know what’s happening where, and when. With totalizers like total running time counters on, you know exactly how much time an asset has been running over a specific period like the last week or month. You’ll know when it’s due for maintenance or a check-up. You can also use totalizers on for keeping a running total of flow and usage, whether it’s total water usage or any other fluid.

Set your customer thresholds for the ranges you need your assets to be in, then set up automatic SMS / Text Message alerts and email alerts so you and your teams know when something’s up or out of range so you can fix any potential issues before they become problems for you and your organization.

All sensor data is sent up to the clouds via your preferred mobile cell network in your country. Valarm connects to just about any sensor, like those that use industry standards like 4-20mA, PWM, 0-10V, RS-232, RS-485, SPI, and serial. Using Valarm Tools Cloud APIs like JSON you can get your real-time GPS-tagged sensor information in any business intelligence / analytics systems you need.

At you can get sensor hubs, sensors, and the hardware you need for using Industrial IoT solutions for tracking fleets of vehicles, trucks, and trailers with industrial equipment.

Questions? is an open platform so you can use sensors made by any hardware manufacturer. You’ll want the most rugged and reliable sensor for your specific remote monitoring needs. Our industrial customers have some favorite sensor brands like:

Whether you need mobile or stationary monitoring systems, let us know what you, your teams, and your organization need to monitor. We’ll work with you to deploy your most effective monitoring systems to improve your business operations.

Thank you for watching and once again, please don’t hesitate to contact us at if you’ve got any questions.

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