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.
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)
This guide will help you to set up your own vehicle tracking system with open-source software and hardware which has potential for development of your own vehicle telematics application.
Arduino Telematics Kits are designed to putting up a data logging and monitoring device with OBD-II, GPS and motion sensor data access. This users guide contains information to get start with the kit and the Arduino sketch designed and provided for them.
Freematics Vehicle Data Logger is a programmable device with OBD-II and GPS accessibility. Inside it is an AVR ATMega328P (compatible with Arduino UNO) and peripherals accessible with Arduino libraries including voltmeter, accelerometer, gyroscope, temperature sensor, microSD seat and Bluetooth (BLE and SPP) module.