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Linux in industry: Gas station fuel level and pricing system

Dec 19, 1997 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 1 views

Malte Products AB has used embedded Linux, Bluetooth, and cellular data services to develop a wireless system for remote surveillance and control of gas station fuel information, including price signs and tank inventory. The system can communication with an in-store store computer or a handheld computer (PDA) using Bluetooth. Unattended stations can be accessed remotely over a GSM data connection. An embedded web-server provides the Internet/intranet communication facilities.

Malte Products AB is a Swedish firm that has been developing and producing equipment for fuel pumps since 1909. It supplies vapour recovery and other systems to oil companies.

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