azeti: How to protect your sites from theft of fuel and equipment

azeti Networks report on their roundtable at the TowerXchange Meetup

Read this article to learn:

  • A comparison of energy costs on-grid versus off-grid
  • What percentage of fuel intended for African cell sites is stolen
  • Options to combat administrative theft, including watering down of diesel
  • Options to combat on-site theft by staff and by third parties
  • Tools at tower operators' disposal including RMS, CCTV, access control systems with RFID or biometric, upgraded or duel perimeter fencing, security patrols and improved relations with local communities

During the TowerXchange Meetup at the beginning of October in South Africa, azeti Networks had a unique chance to discuss best practices in fuel security with market experts from the African tower business. Among the participants were professionals from RMS and Managed Service companies, towercos, as well as representatives from companies specialised in fuel delivery,…

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