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Simple Log environment

Discussion in 'Model S: User Interface' started by SPA09, Jul 17, 2017.

  1. SPA09

    SPA09 New Member

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    Hi all,
    I am new in forum so I try to describe what I (or my son) wan't to do.

    Yes, I heard about Visible Tesla, Tesla FI and some other tools.
    All these tools need a Login with User and Password and this is for me not secure because only
    Tesla have my User and Password an nobody else.

    So my son made a student project in the IoT "world". He would like to collect the data
    from the car and load it in a IoT platform and do some reporting for example about
    the Battery Charging, Battery Load cycles, Battery temperature etc.
    So I just wan't to unload the Data which are logged inside the car.

    Is there a known procedure, described Log file format, which is explained how to do this
    or does somebody have information about to do this kind of job?

    So my idea is:
    - Unload data via Log file (USB Stick, Online???)
    - Hope there is a translation table where I can find for example
    Battery Charging, Battery Load cycles, Battery temperature
    - Setup of an environment (Linux Ubuntu or other, Database postgreSQL,or NoSQL DB)
    - Some kind of Software to load the data in the Database or on the IoT platform
    - May be there is a IoT which can handle directly the Tesla Log file

    Could somebody help me ?

    Many thanks in advance

    regards
    SPA09
     
  2. Tam

    Tam Active Member

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    Please take a look at:

    myEV - electric vehicle logger & app | MyCarma

    It seems to use hardware locally at your car to log your data instead of going to the internet to reach Tesla server.
     
  3. SPA09

    SPA09 New Member

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    @Tam It looks like that MyCarma will only work on the product MyLabel.
    They don't answer to mails or the company stops there development.
     

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