Broadband with simultaneous LTE connections
Up to 2 WWAN modules (4G/LTE) can be installed. For separate operation or backup. One of the modules also supports Dual-SIM for carrier redundancy.
4G/LTE dual-SIM for carrier redundancy
The double SIM facility with a single module for use by two telecommunications carriers, using one as backup for the other using a single module.
WiFi (802.11n) for passengers (AP) or depots (Client)
An 802.11n WiFi module enables WiFi services to be supplied to passengers during the journey (with multiple SSIDs and integration with HotSpot platforms) and act in client mode for connection to external WiFi networks.
Hardware designed for vehicles and extreme environments
Extended temperature range (-30 to 70ºC). Vibration-proof design. 12/240 Vdc for connection to batteries. Delayed power OFF for application continuity after the vehicle is turned off, thus optimising battery consumption.
Protection for power supply ISO7637-2 (MTBF improved)
Power supply protection stage that enables direct connection to vehicle batteries and minimises faults due to unstable power supply.
Aggregation/balance for application continuity
Simultaneous use of WAN interfaces (LTE, WiFi, Satellite, etc.) to share and/or aggregate the load from different services using different interfaces, optimising coverage areas and total performance solutions.
Isolated and secure multi-service communications
Use of advanced protocols such as VRF, VLANs, QoS and Policy Routing together with multiple WAN links enables logical separation of each service and management of different solutions sharing the communications.
Embedded GPS (NMEA) easily utilized by third party apps
Ideal for fleet management or telemarketing applications. The equipment comes with a GPS that can be accessed through a TCP port that supplies information on real time geo-positioning using NMEA data.
Dynamic performance based on positioning (GPS)
The device allows for performance to be adjusted according to its GPS position. The use of WiFi as an AP or client for data synchronisation at depots or SIM selection to optimise coverage and data consumed.
Advanced troubleshooting (CLI and cloud based)
Advanced troubleshooting such as sniffer and syslog to analyse problems according to service, position and coverage along the route. Cloud management with zero touch self-provisioning allows for less skilled installers.