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Audi e-tron

Audi e-tron

Integrate your AutoPi with Audi e-tron and get extended information about your vehicle.

Audi e-tron
Audi e-tron and the myAudi App

Audi e-tron and the myAudi App

Extend the features of the myAudi app to your AutoPi Cloud

The Audi e-tron comes with an existing apps solution called myAudi. With this, Audi has created a closed environment, where vehicle data is proprietary to their system. Integrate AutoPi with your Audi e-tron and set your data free.

Use the AutoPi cloud to build extended features based on your data or integrate the data to third party systems or app.

Key Benefits

See the key benefits of our solutions within the Audi e-tron:

Current Speed
Current Speed

See different parameters such as current speed

Current Range
Current Range

See the current range of your Tesla Model 3 in real-time

Range over time
Range over time

Monitor your Audi e-tron range over time to see your power consumption

Use data to drive your business decisions

Intelligent Dashboard

An intelligent solution for Audi e-tron drivers

The AutoPi is an open source-software solution, that gives their clients control over their solutions. With the AutoPi system we give you control over your Audi e-tron and your data.

Setup a custom dashboard to show your data from your Audi e-tron. Extend the data to other applications of the AutoPi environment or to your own external systems.

Technical implementation

Audi e-tron OBD-II (CAN bus) communication

Audi e-tron uses PIDs to communicate on the CAN bus (which is accessible through the OBD-II port).

This means that to get information about the vehicle, like its current speed or the range left (how much distance the vehicle can cover with the current battery charge) a PID request needs to be send through the OBD-II port and the respective ECU (electronic control unit) will return the response back to the sender.

The Audi e-tron uses the ISO 15765-4 CAN bus protocol. Additionally, it uses an 11-bit header and communicates over a 500000 baudrate.

Advanced Functionalities


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