The company that manufactures, distributes, and installs Carbon Emission Reduction Technology for use with internal combustion engines, dynaCERT has formally launched its new vehicle telematics device software.
Named HydraLytica, the software enables access to fuel savings and carbon emission reduction reports from diesel-powered vehicles and machinery equipped with the Company’s HydraGEN™ Technology. Now the Company, its dealers, and clients such as truckers and fleet owners equipped with the HydraGEN™ Technology, can monitor from their computers an automatically calculated savings of diesel and carbon emissions with HydraLytica™ updated periodically while a truck is travelling.
HydraLytica™ reads data directly from a truck’s on-board-diagnostic port (the “OBD port”), and communicates this data to dynaCERT’s cloud server remotely through the Company’s patented Smart ECU which is integrated into the HydraGEN™ Technology unit on vehicles. At the time of activation of a HydraGEN™ Unit, the new software records, from the OBD data, the total lifetime mileage and lifetime hours used and calculates fuel consumed. Once the
HydraGEN™ Unit is operational, HydraLytica™ determines fuel consumption and distance travelled, and calculates fuel savings and reductions of polluting emissions in kilograms of CO2 equivalent (“CO2e”).
The HydraLytica™ software allows dynaCERT to provide documented proof to the market of the effectiveness of the HydraGEN™ Technology as stated. Since the data used and processed is taken from a vehicle’s OBD port it removes any doubts as it does not rely on any human interpretation which could possibly be biased.
Jim Payne, President and CEO of dynaCERT stated, “Our new technology reporting system adds a great innovative dimension to our product line and now provides clear benefits which can be verified by users of our HydraGEN™ Technology for their own fleets. It allows truck owners to immediately justify the costs of installing HydraGEN™ Units on their trucks. As well, this is a necessary first step for capturing and then demonstrating Carbon Credits from operating diesel engines which we plan to share with truckers and fleet owners once our submissions to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (“UNFCCC”) and to the VERRA VCS program for such Carbon Credits are completed.”
Source: Press Release