|Information about the FMS-Standard|
Gautinger Str. 51
| Major truck manufacturers
agreed to give third parties access to vehicle data.
In January 2002 two more truck manufacturers joined the fms-standard group:
They have designed a common interface as an open standard which will be supported by these leading truck manufacturers.
The FMS-interface is an optional interface of different truck manufacturers. Supported information is dependent upon vehicle equipment. For the full information set, additional Electronic Control Units (ECU) may be required. Please contact the manufacturer or your dealer.
Please note that a direct connection to the vehicles’ internal bus system might affect vehicle reliability (as well as warranty).
If you connect directly to the internal bus system you will be held responsible if the internal bus system is disturbed.
Please see also the Letter to European Institutes (PDF format).
The FMS interface is the sole interface for a safe data connection to the internal network as described in the FMS-Standard documentation.
You are responsible for not disturbing other units connected to the FMS interface.
The truck manufacturers have agreed to have as well a common connector for the FMS-interface / remote download from beginning of year 2009. Please contact the manufacturer or your dealer.
In addition to the FMS-interface description the major truck and digital tachograph manufacturers have defined a secure and legal solution for the remote download of data from the digital tachograph.
In the download area you find a description of the FMS-Standard, the description of the common connector and the interface description of the “remote download” for digital tachographs.
NEW the description of the remote FMS-Standard (rFMS) Vers.2 is available for download.
Since September 2014 the description of the remote FMS-Standard (rFMS)
Vers.1 is available for download.