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InMotion Solutions oMG Mobile Gateway (oMG 2301)

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  • Model: IMTOMG2031-01


oMG Mobile Gateway (oMG) DataSheet

The oMG Mobile Gateway (oMG) is specifically designed to deliver secure, persistent, wireless wide area networking for vehicles.

The oMG can be configured with multiple embedded WAN access technologies to provide uninterrupted data connectivity with unsurpassed throughput. Supported technologies include commercial cellular LTE, public safety broadband LTE (FirstNet), 2.4GHz or 5GHz Wi-Fi and 4.9 GHz broadband. It is also able to accept many consumer USB modems provided by your carrier for economical connectivity.

The oMG is designed to be the central communications hub in the vehicle. Costly data plans can be reduced as multiple devices can simultaneously share the WAN uplink via Ethernet, Serial, USB, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz MIMO, utilizing an external antenna to provide the best possible throughput and reach in and around the vehicle.

The oMG's network policy engine enables intelligent switching between networks, based on a variety of operational factors. A patented, cognitive wireless system automatically senses, assesses and selects the best available network.

The latest encryption and authentication standards are supported to ensure the enterprise network remains fully secure - even for devices that do not support VPN clients. Combining the oMG with the oCM VPN Server (oCM) enables the mobilization of enterprise applications that cannot tolerate connection disruptions, require static IP addresses or need to meet the FIPS 140-2 security standard.

As the enterprise networks evolve, such as when Wi-Fi credentials need to change, the oMG can be remotely configured through the oMM Management System (oMM).

The oMG includes a built-in GPS receiver, and can be configured to collect data from the vehicle telemetry bus. Working in conjunction with the oMM, value-added applications such as vehicle tracking, vehicle telemetry, RFID asset tracking, and remote device access can be fully realized.