Ford

Technical Guides

Our guides contain technical information specific to the brand's connected vehicles, including data plans, supported regions, and eligible vehicles.
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Ford Telematics

Similar to the ‘Ford Sync’ connected car system, High Mobility uses Fords telematics devices to deliver the API solution for vehicle management companies. One of our major partners, we work directly with telematics data that is transmitted over the air using inbuilt GPS trackers and SIM cards in their vehicles.

High Mobility partners with TISAX to ensure data handling is secure. TISAX work with the German Automotive industry and is a new standard that High Mobility was one of the first to adhere to. Alongside this, GDPR and ISO 27001 data protection standards are met for complete peace of mind when choosing High Mobility’s API. The onboard Ford telematics tracker sends encrypted data to our AWS servers that offer security, redundancy and scalability to work with your vehicle management setup.

High Mobility picks up Ford telematics system data from our close partnership with the American brand. Our API is ready for you to integrate into your fleet management business and build any app that you desire using our SDKs. This data includes live location, tyre pressure, oil temperature, locking status and much more. This is all fed over the air with cloud technology, using Ford telematics technology onboard in their modern vehicles.

Ford telematics costs nothing for testing with our API initially. Only pay for when you are ready to develop systems further. Our browser-based vehicle simulator can be tested for free. Why not try it out today for your Ford fleet telematics solution! We at High Mobility are a dedicated partner for Ford and other major OEM telematics systems.

Available Models

Fiesta (from September 2019); EcoSport (from September 2019); Focus (from August 2019); S-MAX (from August 2019); Galaxy (from August 2019); Mondeo (from August 2019); Edge (from January 2019); Kuga (from December 2019); Mustang (from June 2019); Ranger (from November 2019)