How do you program/configure the GoSafe OBD G777/G797?

The GoSafe OBD devices can be programmed in three different ways;
1) Using USB connection on the unit – USB provides power and can use Configuration Tool or any terminal program to load the commands

2) Over the air via GICUS3) By sending AT commands via SMS

Configuration can be achieved by manually creating / editing a text file with all the parameters required or by using a PC based configuration tool available from GoSafe.  The tool also allows import/export of parameters as well as firmware upgrades

What is Device Manager (DM)?

The N4A Device Manager is a web based software tool for the management, configuration and self care/support of Novatel Wireless M2M devices. DM includes the following capabilities:
1) View, change and manage device configuration & firmware updates,
2) Manage single devices or groups of devices
3) Complete device history to assist in self care & issue resolution
4) Monitor device health and operational status
5) Allows device to “check-in” to the hosted environment and report event data to a separate server. Manage user accounts and device privileges to extend self-service device management capabilities to customers. Hosted and on premise versions are available providing complete integration flexibility.

What is GICUS?

GICUS is a web based software tool for the management, configuration and self care/support of GoSafe M2M devices. GICUS includes the following capabilities:
1) View, change and manage device configuration & firmware updates,
2) Manage single devices or groups of devices
3) Complete device history to assist in self care & issue resolution
4) Monitor device health and operational status
5) Allows device to “check-in” to the hosted environment and report event data to a separate server. Manage user accounts and device privileges to extend self-service device management capabilities to customers. Hosted and on premise versions are available providing complete integration flexibility.

What is OBD?

On-board diagnostics (OBD) is an automotive term referring to a vehicle’s self-diagnostic and reporting capability. OBD systems give the vehicle owner or repair technician access to the status of the various vehicle subsystems. Modern OBD implementations use a standardized digital communications port to provide real-time data in addition to a standardized series of diagnostic trouble codes, or  DTC’s, which allow one to rapidly identify and remedy malfunctions within the vehicle.