Innovate with Car Data

Use vehicle data from connected cars and fleets located globally to create innovative apps and services for companies and  consumers.*

Access Easy-to-Use APIs

Call Otonomo APIs to get connected car data in standardized formats. Just call the API, get the relevant data, and start developing.

Connected Car Data from Otonomo

Data from Millions of Vehicles

Otonomo offers data from multiple OEMs and millions of connected vehicles, providing the most complete picture of the roads.

Reshaped and Insightful

Vehicle data is cleansed, normalized, aggregated, enriched, and reshaped so it is developer-ready and delivers immediate value.

Detailed Reports and Analytics

Download extensive reports with advanced attributes and metrics that you can consume immediately, within your app or service.

Protecting Driver's Privacy

Otonomo anonymizes data dynamically to protect drivers' privacy. Each driver can grant access to their personal data, to get advanced services.*

API Guides

Learn how to call Otonomo APIs to get car data

_Getting Started

An intro to our trial service and what you get.

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_Trial Service

A step by step tutorial for calling Otonomo APIs.

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