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A New UAP Feature From Toptech

For nearly three decades, Toptech Systems has been the leading provider of cutting-edge software, hardware, and professional services for automating bulk terminal and bulk plant operations. It is trusted by over 800 facilities across the world, including those of major companies like Shell, ExxonMobil, and ConocoPhillips.

That is why so many operators were excited by the news that Toptech’s acclaimed Unified Automation Platform, or UAP, is to feature the new Automatic Tank Gauge (ATG) interface.

Designed for systems that support the Veeder Root protocol, the ATG will visualize the inventory levels from anywhere in the world through a web browser. In addition to allowing remote supervisory management, this new function can automate the gauge entry process associated with end-of-day closing and balancing.

This new feature makes the already effective UAP even more versatile and vital. Combining the power of the Internet with MultiLoad II, it creates a seamless and accessible management process for terminal facilities. It stands out from other solutions by providing operators with the ability to oversee and administer their facility at anytime or place through any web-connected device (computer, tablet, or smartphone).

With the new ATG interface, customers will enjoy even more insight into their facility. This is yet another example of Toptech’s many invaluable services and products in support of Liquid Controls Flow Meters and other metering systems.

For more information on this and other metering systems automation, contact The Avanti Company at 800-284-5231 or email info@avanticompany.com.

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