AMM Server Software License


All report results from the AirLink® Mobility Manager (AMM) are saved to servers and can be emailed to multiple recipients. Report data may be exported in Excel format for further analysis or integration with other systems. Make sure you purchase all the components you’ll need, such as AMM Server Software Licenses, to enable your organization’s AMM application.


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AMM Server Software License

AirLink® Mobility Manager (AMM)

On-Premises or Cloud-Based Network Management for Vehicle Deployments

AirLink® Mobility Manager (AMM) is a leading-edge, end-to-end network management solution that enables simplified, remote and real-time mass configuration, control, and troubleshooting of all in-vehicle AirLink® routers and gateways, connected mobile assets and mission-critical applications.

Available as a hosted service (for MG routers and gateways) and “in the enterprise” (for all AirLink routers and gateways), AMM displays a virtual dashboard with an up-to-date view of the entire fleet, and delivers a continuous stream of rich, real-time network data, allowing users to observe, track and examine the behavior of hundreds of devices, networks, and connected vehicle parameters as it occurs.

The AMM enables users to create custom alerts and event triggers and offers on-demand or pre-scheduled historical reports for in-depth analysis and diagnostics. With its advanced vehicle tracking capabilities provided by the AirLink Tracker®, the AMM allows organizations to monitor the position, direction, and speed of their fleet and network assets in real-time, and access detailed information about access routes, incident scenes, and structures.

To run AMM for your routers and gateways, you’ll need to purchase an AMM Server Software License.

Examples of core reports include, but are not limited to:

  • Coverage Maps – fleet-wide cellular coverage maps to assess overall carrier or network performance
  • Coverage Trails – connectivity for individual vehicles by location
  • Link Utilization – time-based view of connectivity status for each active WAN link
  • Availability Trend – the percentage of in-service time that individual gateways were accessible over-the-air
  • Bandwidth Consumption – the volume of data received/transmitted on each network