Revealing the 2nd generation
Same look, price and base features, but with a lot of new additionsNow also with support for trucks
Introducing AutoPi business for fleets
Manage your own fleet using our business IoT solutionsThe first IoT platform with complete control for your business
The AutoPi IoT platform
A revolutionary device based on the Raspberry Pi™
The first extendable Internet-of-Things (IoT) platform for your car
We build custom solutions for businesses
Start your project with professionalsWe support white labeling of our entire platform
Bring intelligence to your car
This is the device that lets you setup and program your intelligent car.
The AutoPi dongle and the AutoPi Cloud combines to an IoT Platform which lets you add advanced features to your car and gives you a lot of extension possibilities.
With built-in Internet access through a 4G/3G connection plus Bluetooth and WiFi, depending on your model.
An embedded Raspberry Pi enables the AutoPi dongle to do almost anything.
Real-time tracking of vehicle position, speed and altitude. Includes A-GPS which significantly improves performance.
Advanced OBD-II chip that supports communication to all OBD-II compliant vehicles.
Embedded 3-axis accelerometer for measurement of all horizontal and vertical G-forces applied to the car.
Playback of voice notifications based on data from GPS, accelerometer, car diagnostics or devices attached externally.
Connect peripherals using any of the two provided USB 2.0 ports, HDMI or GPIO Pins.
Make data visualization and asset tracking through widgets on your dashboard, individually configured.
Trigger external system connected through the AutoPi dongle or trigger external web systems.
Get alerts through your triggers. Available through platforms like SMS, Email, Socialmedias or push messages.
The system is always on, even when you are not near. Use it for parental monitoring or to monitor driving behaviour.
Add-ons from community library
Extend your AutoPi dongle by connecting external hardware and install drivers, widgets and jobs with a click.
Communicates with your car
View health, performance and driving behaviour with the direct integration to your car, through the OBD port.
Go back in history and review performance data, insidents and events per trip.
These are a few of the possibilities
The AutoPi system is great for your projects, this is just some of the things you could build with your AutoPi.
Using image analysis to improve driving behaviour
Use external sensors to add new featuers to your car, like parking assistance
Connect an external display to create an in-vehicle dashboard
Keep track of your car at all times, even when you are not in the car
Get remote notification about important events from your car
Control your car remotely by sending advanced CAN commands, like unlock/lock vehicle
Build a system that detects bad driving patterns and gives suggestions to improve
Remotely detect important events, such as crash information
Support for electric vehicles
We support a wide range of Electric Vehicles. Use the AutoPi to implement functions such as these
State of Charge (SoC)
Monitor detailed charge information and keep track of the best possible charge stategy for your vehicle
Get information about battery health, to keep your battery in the best possible condition
Remote charge notifications
Monitor charge status remotely from a smartphone or tablet
Keep track of driving power to see what is draining your battery
Driving range per charge
Calculate estimated driving range per charge, based on historical driving data
Implement eco driving features to optimize range of your battery
AutoPi for Business
Use it for your business with these features.
Monitor entire fleets remotely and get detailed information on whereabouts and condition
High speed CAN logging
Get one of the fastest CAN loggers in the industry, using the power of the Raspberry Pi
High speed accelerometer logging
Get detailed high speed accelerometer data and used it to analyze events from the vehicles
Implement custom DBC files
Import or implement custom DBC/KCD/ArXML/Sym/CDD files to ease integration to your vehicles
Configure fleets with templates
Generate templates to apply configation and settings to entire fleets
OTA updates of devices
Keep your devices up-to-date with over the air automatic updates
Get inspired by the huge potential of the AutoPi.
Below are some of the use-cases that we see - what do you want to build for your car?
Configure everything from AutoPi Cloud
With the AutoPi Cloud it's possible to customize every little detail of your device.
Connect your device to your own endpoint and send data directly to your own servers. Add compression to all data and setup upload triggers.
Configure the device to speak important alerts in the car.
Setup the range and sampling rate of the accelerometer, to get the exact precision you need for your project.
Create an OBD proxy on the device, to allow connections from third party mobile app, such as Torque Lite/Pro (Android) and Car Scanner (iOS)
Configure the WiFi hotspot of the device, hide the SSID and setup security settings.
Control the power management, to match your project detail, with settings such as critical level, safety cut-out, sleep timer, wake trigger and much more.
Any external device can be connected to your AutoPi dongle
News and recent blog posts
We blog about our adventures in creating the AutoPi.
Check out the blog for our latest musings.
Speak to your car with Google Assistant - almost like K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider
Wouldn’t it be cool if you could speak to your car and give it commands? We remember our childhood in the last millennium where Michael Knight (David Hasselhoff) and his intelligent Pontiac Trans Am named K.I.T.T. solved crime together. While we may not be able to have a meaningful conversation with our car just yet, it’s now a possibility to talk to your car and give it commands to execute. We are here giving a short introduction to how this can be accomplished using the AutoPi.io system and Google Assistant.
Using a Raspberry Pi Zero as an IoT platform for your car
Internet of Things (IoT) is a popular buzzword in the tech/gadget community. The concept is that all the devices in our everyday life can be online/connected to the Internet 24/7, and thereby help to improve and make our lives more efficient. This includes our light bulbs, kitchen appliances, TVs, alarm and heating systems etc. All our "things" should be able to communicate with each other and be controlled from everywhere in order to achieve a more efficient and convenient world for us to live in.
Switching from Raspberry Compute to Raspberry Zero
During the design phase of the AutoPi, it was decided to use the Raspberry Compute Module. The Raspberry Compute Module is small, versatile and expandable in a lot of ways, which suited the AutoPi project perfect. All the pinouts from the Broadcom BCM2835 processor is available through the SODIMM DDR2 interface on the Compute Module. This gave us a lot of possibilities during the design phase of the AutoPi and therefore the Compute module was an obvious choice for us as a main processor.