Introducing Gogo DASH, a powerful toolkit that gives your inflight personnel and on-the-ground operations and support teams the ability to see what’s happening with your Gogo systems and networks—so you can provide the best possible passenger experience.
Check on the health and availability of Gogo networks, hardware, and services
Review device and bandwidth use
Diagnose, troubleshoot, and resolve issues quickly
Access reports and spot trends over time
Improve communication among in-flight personnel, on-the-ground teams, and Gogo support
The Gogo DASH portal was purpose-built to meet the needs of ground operations and support personnel. Now your team can access and view critical information – from some of the same systems Gogo support uses – on Gogo connectivity performance, bandwidth and device use, network health, and available services.
Gives ground support teams critical information – for a single aircraft or an entire fleet.
View detailed information for your entire connected fleet.
Follow your fleet’s connectivity heartbeat.
Focus on a single aircraft’s information.
View flight summary for an aircraft: device types, data usage (upload and download).
As well as signal-to-noise ratio and data rate consumption.
If you're already a Gogo customer, gaining access to your Gogo DASH portal is easy.
Just click on the link and request a login.
View devices, networks and services.
Confirm available services and view user guide.
Check software version, serial #, signal strength.
See which devices are connected.
View info, get support.
The Gogo DASH app enables inflight personnel to quickly check the health status and availability of all Gogo services and systems on board. Through the insight and tools provided through the app, your airborne team can better communicate with support teams on the ground to troubleshoot issues should they occur.
While Gogo DASH is optimized for Gogo AVANCE platform systems, it is a valuable tool that does deliver visibility for current ATG (1000/2000/4000/5000) customers, as well as those with a UCS 5000.
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