The Drivers APIs now support a
deactivatedAtTime field that indicates when a driver was deactivated.
We've updated the API rate limit policy. We will now enforce rate limits on a per-endpoint basis, in addition to the existing global rate limits. For example, the global rate limit is 200 requests per second, but the
/fleet/hos/logs endpoint is rate-limited at 30 requests per second. See the Rate Limits page for full details.
Tag names can now function as automatic external IDs. For example, you can retrieve a tag by its name:
The following vehicle diagnostic types are now available via API. See the Telematics guide for full details.
The GET /fleet/vehicles/cameras/media/history endpoint has been officially released. It allows you to get images from all dashcams in your fleet. Only images are currently available.
There are two new API endpoints that allow you to retrieve the driver(s) of each vehicle for a given time period and vice versa.:
Synthetic engine hours are now available from the Vehicles Stats API endpoints. You can include the query parameter
types=syntheticEngineSeconds to get synthetic engine runtime if engine runtime from the ECU is unavailable. This value is approximated by the time the vehicle gateway receives power from the vehicle. See this article for details on synthetic engine runtime. See the Telematics API guide for how to use the
types=syntheticEngineSeconds query parameter and details on the telematics API endpoints.
We've released a new beta API endpoint that returns all vehicles' driver assignments for a given time period. You can view the reference documentation here. Note: This API is in beta and is likely to change before it enters a broader release. This beta release gives you the opportunity to experiment and provide feedback – before the final release. The final release will be announced via another changelog entry.