Simple, secure, access to vehicle data.

The OpenXC platform makes it easy,
to connect to, and interact with, any Ford vehicle, worldwide.





Core Features.



Designed for developers

Simple, well-documented API. Get right into coding, not deciphering documentation.
Scale effortlessly. Focus on your applications not the messaging infrastructure.

Manage Deployments

Intuitive interface. Provision devices, update software, adjust permissions, and more.
Integrated security. Auto-assignment and removal of locks makes secure communications easy.

Set Alerts

Real-time notifications Quickly develop alerts and notifications that keep you informed.
Supports SMS, email, text-to-speech. Use the communications method that suits you best.

Integrated Visualizations

Freeboard™ - built-in. Instantly convert dweet data streams into stunning, interactive visualizations and dashboards.
Share securely. Easily share your freeboards and control access for individuals or groups.

Organize Users

Flexible user hierarchy. Utilize dweet's multi-tier account structure to support the business model you need - direct to consumer, distributer, white label, and more.
Fine-grained permissions. Leverage account privileges to easily control access to connected devices.

Analyze and Report

Unlimited storage. Want to store dweet data streams? No problem. Use dweet's storage API to store and retrieve it all.
Supports popular reporting tools. Take advantage of dweet's robust exporting capabilites to support your favorite reporting tools.

Frequently Asked Questions

OpenXC™ is a combination of open source hardware and software that lets you extend your vehicle with custom applications and pluggable modules. It uses standard, well-known tools to open up a wealth of data from the vehicle to developers, even beyond OBD-II. You can use it to build everything from operational data loggers, to remote vehicle monitoring apps, to in-field testing and analytics programs.
Read the documentation on the OpenXC Platform and using the Vehicle Interface (VI) hardware:
DweetPro can send up to one message per second. Locked requests may take longer than public requests. DweetPro data will be kept for 30 days, on a rolling basis.
Yes, you can create a real-time subscription to dweets using a "chunked" HTTP response. Just make a call to: 'https://openxc.dweet.io/listen/for/dweets/from/my-thing-name' (Note, this won't work in a standard browser) From a unix command line you can run the following command to see it working: curl -i https://dweet.io/listen/for/dweets/from/my-thing-name
The server will keep the connection alive and send you dweets as they arrive, like: {"thing":"my-thing-name","created":"2014-02-17T01:10:21.901Z","content":{"foo":"bar"}}
Yes. With dweet you can easily set up different classes of user, each with distinct privileges. You can also use this feature to set up white-label services for your product.
All of the dweet connector code libraries are open source, as are the mobile applications.
Yes. Locks are device independent and can be used with any combination of things.
Yes. There is an OpenXC version of Freeboard™ that can be used seamlessly with this version of dweet.io.
No. The free lock you get with the Developer level is a fully-functional device lock that is not limited in any way.
Sign in to the Management Portal, then navigate to the Locks page. Click on Buy Lock, Enter coupon code found here.
Please use the contact page for support. Emails are typically answered within 1 business day. 24/7 support can be offered upon request.

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