Wrapper for access the Connected Cars API - an AVL/data collection service installed in most new danish vehicles from Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda and SEAT.
Python wrapper for the ConnectedCars REST API
Connected Cars is an AVL/data collection service installed in most new danish vehicles from Audi, Volkswagen, Skoda and SEAT. The service has an API that is using GraphQL. This is a thin python wrapper for that API which handles authentication and refresh of access tokens. It allows the direct execution of GraphQL queries, but also includes some predefined queries that returns pyton objects for convenience.
pip install connectedcars
Depends on the car, but examples includes:
- gps position
- fuel level
from connectedcars import ConnectedCarsClient client = ConnectedCarsClient(username = 'XXX', password = 'XXX', namespace = 'XXX') vehicles = client.vehicles_overview() for vehicle in vehicles: print(vehicle.make, vehicle.model, vehicle.fuelLevel.liter)
Could output something like:
Volkswagen Golf 38.0
You will need to provide a namespace corresponding to your login. Known namespaces are:
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