AAT Live Overview

AAT Live is a simple to install, secure application that allows C-store and gas station owners to manage the price of their fuel remotely.  AAT Live allows you to quickly respond to the variations and changes in the market or the world in order to optimize your margins and meet you profit goals.  With AAT Live you can mange fuels prices in 10s or 1,000’s of locations throughout the globe with one tool.  All you need is an internet connection and and our simple to install AAT Live Hub.

The AAT live works by installing a secure, PCI certified, device known as the AAT Live Hub in your station.  Once the AAT live Hub is installed in your station you will be able use the AAT Live web site to manage you stores’ prices remotely.  If you use a 3rd party application or have developed a custom application to track and manage your pricing strategy you can use our API to integrate that application with AAT Live, allowing you to use your current application to send prices to your stores.

AAT Live works with the POS Back Office server located in-store to manage price changes for your pumps, POS and signs.  AAT Live works with NCR Radiant, Gilbarco Passport and Verifone Sapphire/Commander, additionally we partner with Kalibrate to send prices to AAT Live enabled stations.  We are working closely with both NextGen and Wayne Fuel Systems and anticipate completing integration/certification with those companies soon.

Additionally, for Able customers, in addition to remote price controls we offer the ability to remotely monitor the health of your Able sign components.  With this feature you and Able’s support technicians can monitor what is happening with your sign including:

  • Health of individual LED strings
  • Temperature inside the sign
  • Voltage being used by any given PCU inside your sign, etc…

This feature allows Able technicians to be able to precisely and properly diagnose issues occurring inside our signs allowing us to properly prepare technicians dispatched to your store before they arrive.  This reduces any downtime and cuts down on costly repeat trips by sign technicians.  Furthermore, using historical data collected regarding the sign in the field we are able to learn more and more about what adverse conditions affect a sign predicting possible issues before they even occur.