The Internet of Cars is a new paradigm that enables service providers to build use cases on their already connected fleet. The High Mobility platform and its powerful API make it easy to shape data end-points offered by our supported brands into unlimited use case bundles.
For instance, your systems can track, measure, evaluate and optimise processes using data items such as vehicle location, mileage, ignition and many more.
Simply build your perfect blend.
Sample bundle Digital Logbook
Sample bundle Usage Based Insurance (UBI)
Sample bundle Car Subscription
Dashboard Warning Lights
Sample bundle Remote Diagnostics
Dashboard Warning Lights
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User consent is always required before High Mobility can enable data access between the car and the service. This is different from data platforms that specialize in anonymous data and analytics.
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Developers love to use the High Mobility car simulator to test their API integration right from their desks. Plus, we provide eight ways in our range of SDKs and sample applications to integrate our API and speed up development.
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.