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High level architecture concept

Our platform and your solution consist of multiple parts, with a variety of methods for communication and authentication.

Platform architecture

Most of our API and SDK description is concerned with a smaller, granular data structure. Here, we describe the concepts of how your data is organized at the highest level.

Company, Application, User Group

The platform has 4 levels structure:
Company -> Application -> User group -> SDK User
Where one company can have multiple applications, one application can have multiple user groups.

Multi-instance (User Group) platform

Multiple instances (User Groups) allow you to create a unique experience for a different group of drivers in a single mobile application as well as provide managers with access to a certain group of drivers.

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Unique rules and conditions can be applied on the user group level as a group level unit of our architecture

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How to manage the structure

UserDatahub -> management enables you quickly manage your apps and users

Best Practices for setting up your structure

If you have a single mobile application for multiple customers or different driver segments, the User Group is a way to go. It enables you to manage access for 3rd party supervisors to their drivers and apply different terms and rules for tracking and analytics.

  • By the way, you can always move users between created User Groups both via UserDataHub or API.

Updated 20 days ago



High level architecture concept


Our platform and your solution consist of multiple parts, with a variety of methods for communication and authentication.

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