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General Motors Remote API

General Motors has created an API-accessible application development platform for their vehicles. This platform is accessible through an in-vehicle API and a remote API.

The GM Remote API, scheduled to be available late in 2013, supports development of applications that remotely interact with GM vehicles. Supported methods include vehicle commands such as unlocking doors or activating the alarm, and accessing subscriber or vehicle data.

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General Motors Remote: Highlights

Summary
Application development platform for GM vehicles
Category
Transportation
Tags
Protocols
HTTP
Data Formats
JSON
API home
https://developer.gm.com/apis/remote 

General Motors Remote: Specifications

Functionality

Client Install Required
 

Signup and Licensing

Signup Requirements
Yes  
Developer Key Required
Yes  
Account Required
 
Commercial Licensing
 
Provider
www.gm.com/  
Non-Commercial Lic.
 
Data Licensing
 
Usage Fees
 
Program Fees
 
Certification Program
 
Usage Limits
 
Terms of Service
https://developer.gm.com/page/terms-use 

Security

Authentication Model
HTTP Basic Authentication 
SSL Support
 
Read-only Without Login
 

Support

Vendor API Kits
 
Community API Kits
 
API Blog
https://developer.gm.com/blog 
Site Blog
 
API Forum
https://developer.gm.com/forum 
Developer Support
https://developer.gm.com/faq/downloads 
Console URL
 

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