Freematics ONE+ now supports heavy duty vehicles with SAE J1939

Freematics ONE+ Model H is ready for order. In addition to all features from Model B, the new variant comes with HD-OBD connector for heavy duty vehicles (24V system voltage) and supports SAE J1939 data sniffing. Example Arduino sketch is available.

Business as usual

Under current COVID-19 lockdown in Australia, we will still keep business as usual as we operate as an online business and logistics is still working well. It is highly recommended for customers to choose DHL Express as shipping method as standard shipping (DHL eCommerce or Australia Post international shipping) may be significantly delayed due to massive passenger flights cancellation. Please understand there could be one day delay on dispatching because we want to help our DHL driver come less often for pickup to reduce their workload.

By |April 1st, 2020|News & Events|Comments Off on Business as usual

Freematics ONE+ HD (Heavy Duty) Preview

Freematics ONE+ HD will be the next variant of ONE+ targeting heavy duty vehicles (trucks, buses) with HD-OBD (Heavy Duty OBD) connector and J1939 support.

HD-OBD (Heavy Duty OBD) Connector

The library for ONE+ has been updated and testing sketch included for J1939 data monitoring.

By |December 9th, 2019|Updates|Comments Off on Freematics ONE+ HD (Heavy Duty) Preview

GUI update for Freematics OBD-II Emulator

We have just released a minor update for the GUI software of Freematics OBD-II Emulator. In this release, emulator’s VIN (persistent) is automatically read and displayed on the GUI. There are some other bug-fixes for DTC setting. Please note the GUI is now built with Visual Studio 2019 so there is no more Windows XP compatibility.

By |November 20th, 2019|Updates|Comments Off on GUI update for Freematics OBD-II Emulator

Testing dashboard for Freematics ONE+

You may have noticed, with the latest code of Telelogger loaded by Freematics Builder, you will see a testing dashboard for your Freematics ONE+. The dashboard’s Javascript code is with Telelogger. It is sketch specific and can be easily altered. Just something fun and may also be a bit useful.

By |November 14th, 2019|Updates|Comments Off on Testing dashboard for Freematics ONE+

Telelogger for Freematics ONE+ upgraded

Telelogger is one of the reference firmwares for Freematics ONE+ which turns the hardware into a vehicle data logger and telemeter working with Freematics Hub. Recently the code got a major upgrade, with data collection/logging and network transmission implemented as separate tasks (threads), linked with a sizable circular buffer, so network outrage will no longer block data logging and collected data can be kept for a while for later transmission. Other benefits include faster startup and higher data throughput. Freematics ONE+ users feel free to upgrade from code in github.

By |September 11th, 2019|Updates|Comments Off on Telelogger for Freematics ONE+ upgraded

Trackie – the vehicle tracker for mates

Trackie is a cost-effective vehicle tracking solution completely built on open-source technologies and also bringing a friendly user experience for private users and small businesses in Australia, with handpicked local SIM card plan, plug-and-play hardware (based on Freematics ONE) and free cloud service running on local server.

Trackie currently available in Australia only

Learn more!

By |May 30th, 2019|News & Events|Comments Off on Trackie – the vehicle tracker for mates

Introducing Freematics Hub Service

Freematics Hub Service has been online for a while as a free cloud service for Freematics ONE+ developers to quickly test the connected vehicle telemetry hardware. It is based on the open-source Freematics Hub server software and allows users to easily access to live data collected from vehicle remotely as well as to review and analyze vehicle’s history routes and trip data. Freematics Hub provides REST API for access to live/history vehicle data. Freematics Hub Service provided with a set of web-based UI built on the API.

Home Screen

The home page of Freematics Hub Service consists of shortcuts to various features. A blank in the middle is where user enters device ID or E-mail (with pre-created account). It is most straight-forward to use device ID to start. The device ID is a unique string to identify a device and can be found in the serial output of Freematics ONE+ running telelogger. You can tick “Save My Info” to make it persistent with cookie for easy access next time. With that, click/tap on one of shortcut buttons one of below features.

  • Live Data – to remotely view real-time vehicle data and location
  • Trip Browser – to review vehicle’s history routes and data
  • Parking Meter – a simple parking location and time display (best view on mobile phone)
By |May 10th, 2019|Guides|Comments Off on Introducing Freematics Hub Service