Driven by the enthusiasm to make Tesla’s Model S more exciting in terms of capabilities and driving experience a number of programmers are writing new codes while making good use of the automaker’s vast amount of data. Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) has not yet officially opened its systems for outside developers, but it is allowing programmers to access its servers.
Visible Tesla App
The automaker’s security protocols remain utterly secure according to a number of developers who have been able to access Tesla Motors systems. The Model S is turning out to be the high-tech vehicle that car fanatics have been calling for, thanks to regular software updates that ensure the car is always on point in terms of new technology and new apps.
Joe Pasqua is one reverse-engineer who is making good use of the range of data that Tesla Motors is making available. The computer security guru has already developed an app that tracks Model S systems giving owners the ability to schedule commands or alerts depending on what they want to do. Visible Tesla is the app that Model S owners can use to unlock their car doors, and play with the air conditioning settings among many more options.
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New apps are also adding new functionalities to EVs, which are not available upon purchase. By the use of Visible Tesla, Model S owners are able to schedule their cars to start heating at a particular time by initiating and triggering a number of commands. Tesla Motors is not taking issue with the way people are bombarding its servers for such data.
Addressing Security Systems
Going forward as more developers become creative on how to customize Model S systems, Tesla Motors may be forced to offer a software development kit that many programmers have been calling for. However, such initiatives can only be done after immense consideration and scrutiny to avoid creating loopholes that hackers may use to log into the electric car’s systems and do more damage than good.