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The High Mobility car data platform
The modern way for bringing data from your connected multi-brand fleet into your services.
14 supported brands
With our extensive manufacturer partnerships, you can be sure the vehicles in your fleet can be connected so you can increase efficiency or take the user experience to a new level. With over 14 brands accessible from one single interface today and more coming to the platform, you will future-proof your integration efforts.
Digital test drives
Your development can often get delayed because you don’t get access to a test vehicle. We have built an immersive, browser-based car simulator that enables you to get to testing in minutes. Plus, you can mimic all the brands on our platform for added realism - and with no costs for data generated.
Real-time, consented data
User privacy is an integral part of our connected lives. Therefore, owner consent is always required before High Mobility can enable data access between a car and your service. Our fully GDPR-compliant solution is built with extreme care for data privacy - so you'll be on the safe side. Please note that this differs from data platforms specialising in collecting anonymous data and analytics.
Industry-leading integration kit
Integrating our API should be a walk in the park. That is why we have, over the years, designed a complete integration kit for our customers. Actually, 8 different ways to interface with our platform. You will benefit from our REST API, MQTT Auto API broker, GraphQL API, iOS and Android SDKs and many more.
The time has come to plan for your future. The Internet of Cars has emerged - meaning that you can build software solutions on top of your already connected fleet. With no extra aftermarket hardware to store and install, you'll soon forget your logistics nightmares.
In our experience, all businesses experience smaller or larger obstacles when integrating with a car data API. We ensure you get the help you need within an hour, either via our direct support or in the developer group in slack.
A new era has arrived.
The Internet of Cars
The Internet of Cars is a new paradigm that enables service providers to build use cases on their already connected fleet - utilising consented car data.
Sample uses of car data
via High Mobility's Auto API
The 8 data categories used in a digital logbook for BMW drivers
High Mobility’s Auto API is the ideal solution for fleet managers.
As a lightweight add-on for your fleet management applications, the High Mobility platform and API unlock the power of multi-brand car data with single technical integration. This connection informs your applications:
What the vehicle is
Brand, model, VIN, year, configuration, equipment etc.
What the vehicle does
Odometer, ignition, gear, fuel level, temperatures etc.
Coordinates, heading, geofencing etc.
Charging status, battery level, estimated range etc.
Incident type, severity, impact zones etc.
What the vehicle needs
Time to service, distance to service, dashboard lights etc.
Data provided by connected cars are enhancing customer experiences, centralising mobility operations and are beneficial to fleets, suppliers, insurers, dealers, OEMs and much more. With connected cars producing so much data for analysis by all stakeholders, there are a host of exciting prospects for connected car data.
Useful information about a vehicle is gathered using the vehicle’s ECUs (Electronic Control Units) and CANs (Controller Access Networks). This data is transmitted over the air using mobile data networks and onboard sim cards. Telematics systems connect via the cloud which allows remote connection to a vehicle from a central source. Using an app or browser-based program, organisations can monitor many vehicle attributes in real-time.
Aspects such as location, locking status, speed, fuel usage and engine status are some examples of car data that is collected. There are a host of use cases for this data, some of which are yet to be discovered. Examples include traffic and pollution reduction for cities, connected infrastructure, autonomous driving and insurance claims and many more.
2021 saw 237 million connected vehicles on the road. With this rising to 400 million by 2025, it will become an industry worth $121bn. The majority of vehicles are now connected to the internet in some form, and by 2030, this figure is only set to increase. With 96% of new vehicles having built-in connectivity.
With built-in technology now the norm, vehicle brands are using connected car data to provide an exclusive customer experience for their users. This data is accessible by an app, which allows access to limited functions.
High Mobility’s unique partnership with major brands allows a much wider scope of vehicle data collection. With our adherence to ISO 27001, GDPR and TISAX standards, our security measures allow greater experiences for our clients as vehicle data is safe.
Connected vehicles have a plethora of sensors, GPS trackers and module connections. Meaning vehicles can generate 30 terabytes of data per day when operating. A portion of this was sent over the air to central operations.
At High Mobility, we provide the API you need for your vehicle fleet. Catering to fleet management, car rental, emergency services and much more. Our API is the interface you need to build your fleet management platform. Using onboard telematics and our API, you can remotely access various vehicle features including location, engine status, journey history and tyre pressures. Our unique partnership with major brands enables us to provide a wider range of vehicle data. Every vehicle connected to High Mobility's API is secure with an encrypted connection to our central servers via the cloud.