OBD-II Protocol Based Data Receiver


Network failover (Backup mode)
FOTA (Firmware-Over-The-Air)
Positioning in satellite-denied environment 


Automotive Cyber Security : Secure Boot & Secured Network Porotocol
OBD-II Compatibility : 1996 or newer model year vehicle 
Hibernate mode / Various Device Wake-up Scenarios enabled


Automotive sensor data & GPS data
Multi-sensor integrated system based data


Open source interface for 3rd Party devs
Script : Radio packet, Customization, Simulation, Provisioning


LTE Cat.1

Service in North America market
For automotive related service providers

LTE Cat.M1

For Global service 
Cost effective – Low Data Usage 

LTE Cat.4

For Global service 
Fast large files transfer, WiFi Hotspot features



SKT IoT network
Cost effective
Service in fleet monitoring industry

WiFi • BT • Serial


Vehicle related information 
(Trip data, G-Sensor),
Client Device

P11 + Wifi Antenna

Vehicle related information
(Trip data, G-sensor) with WiFi Antenna, Client Device

Basic + USB board

Vehicle related information through USB and RS232,
Host Device

P21 + Wifi Antenna

Vehicle related information through USB and RS232
With WiFi Antenna, Host Device



Bluetooth Device

Bluetooth based OBD-II device
Records trip data & vehicle sesnor data

Bluetooth Device with G-sensor

On-board G-Sensor 
Detects impacts along with vehicle sensor data

Bluetooth Device with G-Sensor+GPS

On-board G-Sensor & GPS
Detects impact with coordinates


Please download following programs for device update

Download Device Manager & Driver

Device PC Manager

  • Device Configuration
  • Require Windows7 or higher
  • Require Chrome, Microsoft Edge browsers
  • Device USB Driver required  for Windows7 64bit

Device USB Driver

  • Device driver for PC
  • Require USB 5-Pin cable 
    (Connect Device – PC)
  • Open Device Manager >  Click PORT > Right-click to update driver 


  • von-S31(LoRa) exclusive
  • For domestic service use, monthly fee incurr