Stream data between embedded hardware, files, and software tools using a simple command-line interface.
You specify your data sources and how they interact in a configuration file, and the CLI handles the details of streaming data between them.
Jet runs on Windows, Mac OS, Ubuntu, and Raspberry Pi OS and has no external dependencies, so you can use it anywhere.
Use Jet to stream hardware telemetry data straight into a file or local database, without any programming required.
Use a Raspberry Pi as a central telemetry hub, building a network of microcontrollers which can communicate with each other bidirectionally.
Define throttle curves, PID control terms, or other parameters centrally, and distribute new values without requiring code changes.
Monitor data from any embedded system and stream into a TelemetryJet Server. Build live dashboards and visualizations that stream from local hardware, and store telemetry data forever.
Start working with the TelemetryJet CLI in 5 minutes or less. Install the tool, define your data sources, and start streaming.
TelemetryJet CLI is compatible with a growing number of industry-standard protocols and platforms such as Mavlink, ROS, Victron Energy, NMEA 0183, and more.
If your protocol is not on the list, use the scriptable encoder and decoder system to interface with any format you need.
Haven't chosen a protocol for your project? Consider the TelemetryJet Arduino SDK, a lightweight and flexible library for communicating with microcontrollers. The Arduino SDK has been designed for ease-of-use with the CLI.Learn More about the TelemetryJet Arduino SDK
The TelemetryJet Arduino SDK and TelemetryJet CLI are free and open-source under the MIT license. You can use and modify either project for any purpose.