Open Vehicle Monitoring System

4.3
129 reviews
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About this app

Brought to you by the open-source OVMS project, finally you can remotely monitor your edge cutting EVs. The app shows the current state of charge (SOC), door/trunk/hood status, tire pressures and temperatures (TPMS), core system temperatures (PEM, motor, and ESS/battery), and displays your car's live GPS location on the map.

While OVMS hardware is required to remotely monitor your Tesla Roadster (or other supported vehicles), you can try this app and see what it does via the included DEMO car account.

As this is an open-source project, you can either buy the factory assembled official OVMS car module, or, build yourself one with off the shelf components. Find out more about the OVMS car module (USD99) on our project website: http://www.openvehicles.com/

Open Vehicle Monitoring System

Why?
We are a group of enthusiasts who want an interface to be able to talk to our cars remotely, perhaps add on-car displays (such as heads-up speed), and we want to have fun doing it.

What is it?
The Open Vehicle Monitoring System is three things:
1. A low-cost open-source module that fits in the car (available on the OVMS site). It is powered by the car, talks to the car on the CAN bus, and uses the GSM cellular network to talk to its user.
2. A server (provided by the OVMS project). The car module can be configured to either talk to the server (via UDP/IP or TCP/IP over the Internet) or the user directly (via SMS).
3. A cellphone App (this app). This talks to the server (via TCP/IP HTTP protocol) to retrieve messages from the car and issue instructions.

* Renault Twizy, Chevy Volt, Vauxhall Ampera, and Tesla Roadster are trademarks of their respective companies, and in no way affiliated with this App.
Updated on
Dec 24, 2021

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
Personal info, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
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4.3
129 reviews
A Google user
September 22, 2019
An awesome app made better when a good is published so quickly (4 hrs since I posted this)... (Previously,) Latest update will not stay in foreground on my 7.1.2 phone. Flashes the app for half a second and then returns to home screen (while staying running). Has also lost my car, referring to demo. Have now cleared cache and data with no effect. I presume it's 3.12.12, even though the GitHub was not updated
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David Barr
October 21, 2021
What a shambles. You've probably written a good app...but it is not intuitive and you need a lot of time to read through the user guide. Apps are supposed to be quick and easy.
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A Google user
October 27, 2019
Great app and hardware too! Only problem I have is when the app updates, it loses my car info and only shows a demo car. I have to re-enter my vehicle info.
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What's new

Detailed change log: https://github.com/openvehicles/Open-Vehicle-Android/wiki/History

Main changes since V3.18.1:
- Add Renault Kangoo
- Add Maxus eDeliver 3
- Add BMW i3
- Nissan Leaf image improvements
- Add charge speed to battery info page
- Twizy: hide charge power input & loss (unavailable)