Live-stream your racing to Podium, the social network where you can do real-time analysis on engine, chassis, and driver performance. Share and compare your laps with crew, friends, race coaches, and fans around the world.
Set your data free! Using cellular-based telemetry, PodiumConnect brings together different data systems in a powerful way. Easily compare laps between AiM, MoTeC, Race Technology, and other GPS-enabled data systems, all in the cloud, and in real-time.
With PodiumConnect’s on-board 4G LTE cellular for North America and Australia (3.5G in Europe and UK) you’ll get up to 10Hz streaming and fast response while viewing your telemetry. Amazing!
The built-in cellular works with many carriers worldwide, including:
|Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, FreedomPop
|Vodaphone, O2, Tesco, Three
Now you have no files to transfer and no data cables to connect: your data streams in real-time to Podium where it can be reviewed by race coaches, monitored by your pit crew, or broadcast to fans around the world, right now! Uncover what will make a difference in your driving or car performance during your race or practice, while still on track.
Compare laps in real time and see where on track you’re falling behind or gaining time – race coaches will love the ability to tune the nut behind the wheel while the driver is on track – no need for off-line “data download” classrooms!
Regardless of the system your friends are using, you’ll be able to compare lap times, sensors, GPS position, driving line and more using the powerful tools available on Podium – across many laps or just one:
Follow other racers, view their laps, and get notified when they’re on track. Then, compare their laps to yours. What are their racing secrets?
See who else is running at your favorite tracks. Compare the laps they’ve shared and see where you stack up!
Use the powerful RaceCapture app to create a secondary dashboard to show additional sensor data, plus enable pit-to-car alerts*!
Download the RaceCapture app from Google Play, iTunes or the Amazon app store.
Customize the dashboard screen to show custom gauges and advanced visualizations, including a tire temperature heatmap!
Enable pit-to-car alerts* to get the attention of your driver. Great for endurance racing!
Two CAN 2.0 compliant busses let you connect your compatible AiM or MoTeC or other system, in addition to any sensor network you have on your race car.
If it’s CAN enabled, we can read it! Here are some examples:
It’s simple to map CAN channels from data systems such as AiM, MoTeC and others, or map high performance ECUs such as AEM, Hondata, Emtron, Haltech, PE3, Link G4, Megasquirt and more. Or, connect to OBDII and OEM CAN bus networks like the BMW E46 or Porsche – all at the touch of a button.
No CAN bus? If your system streams data over RS232, like the RaceTechnology DL1 and DL2, we can connect to that as well.
PodiumConnect works with your GPS-enabled Smarty Cam compatible AIM systems, including:
…and more! Plug right into your data hub with the included cable and live-stream GPS, G-forces, lap times, engine sensors and more.
PodiumConnect works with nearly every MoTeC dash, logger and ECU, including:
Simply connect two wires, select a pre-set CAN bus configuration and you’re good to go – live-stream GPS, G-forces, lap times, engine sensors and more.
PodiumConnect works with the GPS-enabled Race Technology DL1 and DL2 loggers, and connects to the standard serial data port for access to all of the available channels.
If it supports broadcasting GPS + sensor data over CAN or RS232, PodiumConnect can handle it. Just tell us what you have and we can help.
If you don’t have a data system – good news, we have you covered: Check out the RaceCapture line of full-featured telemetry systems!
Configure and manage without connecting a cable: PodiumConnect is equipped with WiFi connectivity for wireless management and configuration.
PodiumConnect can control a WiFi-enabled GoPro camera, triggering it from one of your data channels – like Speed or RPM – automatically starting your camera when you’re ready to race.
More cameras will be supported in the future, such as models from Sony and the Xiaomi Yi.
An SD card slot is provided for local data recording – great for importing into external analysis and visualization tools like RaceRender and more.
At only 85 x 85 x 36mm (3.35 x 3.35 x 1.41in) and 170g (6oz) it’s easy to install and conserves precious weight.
Indicators for WiFi, Telemetry, CAN and Serial communications are provided on the front for quick status at a glance.
It’s easy to set up. Just:
Features marked with * will be available Winter 2018
|1 (Battery Voltage, Internally connected (0-20v))
|CAN baud rate
|125K, 250K, 500K, 1M Baud
|14 per channel
|OBDII PID, custom CAN mapping
|CAN 2.0 compatible, 1M baud
|CAN channels supported
|Max Baud Rate
|Cellular Telemetry (Optional)
|4G LTE worldwide-compatible (North America) 3.5G (Europe and UK)
|Maximum Sample Rate
|10Hz (1/5/10Hz supported)
|Access Point, Infrastructure
|Maximum Sample Rate (dashboard link)
|Up to 32GB (SDHC)
|Maximum Sample Rate
|Predictive Lap Timing
|Circut and point-point
|200 built in for autonomous auto-detection
|Sectors per track
|Included in the RaceCapture App, and on Podium
|Export data format
|Plain CSV (RaceRender compatible)
|Scripting / Customization
|Real-time virtual (math) channels / custom channel mapping
|Via on-board Lua scripting
|85 x 85 x 36mm (3.35 x 3.35 x 1.41in)
|0 to 65c
|170g (6 oz)
|Molex Connector, 8 pins
SMA for cellular module
|Power Consumption (max)
|Main System: 0.6W
With Wireless: 1.6W
With Cellular Telemetry: 8.6W
With Cellular Telemetry and Wireless active: 9.6W
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