The Munic.Box is highly configurable. It can monitor many vehicle parameters (location, speed, acceleration, etc.) in real time, including some OBD data. Data is sent to CloudConnect, a communication server that can forward received data to your own application, thanks to a webhook.
I recently had the opportunity to spend a few days in implementing a (very) small web application that can be used as a target for CloudConnect‘s webhook. This application decodes the three different types of data that can be received from the Munic.Box: presence, track and message.
The application source code is available on GitHub. It is not a production grade code. But it illustrates how to decode JSON-encoded data received from CloudConnect. It’s written in Java, and I provide information about how to run it in a Docker container so that it does not depend on your server configuration.