Project Freematics was founded by Stanley Huang and Kevin Huang in 2013. Freematics stands for Free Telematics. The goal of Freematics is to bring freedom into vehicle telematics, by making it easier than ever to utilize open-source hardware resources (basically Arduino) in vehicle telematics projects which normally involves a computing device with access to OBD-II interface, high-resolution GPS, motion sensor, data storage and wireless communications like Bluetooth, WIFI and cellular network.
To archieve our goal, we have designed and manufactured a series of Arduino compatible products. We are committed to open-source and that makes us different from all other OBD-II device vendors. We started from maker circle and DIY market. Our OBD-II Adapter for Arduino, which was our very first product, has been very popular for years among makers working on vehicle connected gadgets like tachometer, HUD, or a PerformanceBox equivalent. And that's why we had some presence in Maker Faire around the world.
As our products evolve, they became more and more technically useful for product prototyping and commercial applications like vehicle tracking, fleet management, and vehicle performance analysis. Some App developers chose our products as hardware for their car-connected Apps. In the past years, we have already shipped tens of thousands of orders to our customers all over the world.
Our prospective is to improve our products towards perfection and make them more adaptable and cost-effective for all kinds of telematics applications. Head for our online store to have a look at we've got for you!