Adastral Park Car Park X

Feed preview

This preview shows a request for one datastream with refinement parameters. Please check the feed detail for all available datastreams and documentation for all available refinement parameters.
(* previews for some feeds might provide static data - was real time at the time feed was created, now is a sample only)

Feed: Adastral Park Car Park X
Stream: 1: free bays,
URL: http://api.bt-hypercat.com/sensors/feeds/27f4056c-dd58-477f-9940-b3c2a1542714/datastreams/1/datapoints?limit=6
Format: JSON | XML | CSV

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <points> <point> <time>Tue, 26 Mar 2019 00:00:00 GMT</time> <value>239</value> </point> <point> <time>Mon, 25 Mar 2019 19:49:37 GMT</time> <value>300</value> </point> <point> <time>Mon, 25 Mar 2019 19:36:07 GMT</time> <value>301</value> </point> <point> <time>Mon, 25 Mar 2019 19:36:06 GMT</time> <value>300</value> </point> <point> <time>Mon, 25 Mar 2019 19:26:44 GMT</time> <value>299</value> </point> <point> <time>Mon, 25 Mar 2019 19:08:42 GMT</time> <value>298</value> </point> </points>


Documentation : Sensor Feeds API Overview

The Developers' API is REST-based and can be accessed by issuing HTTP GET requests. All usage is measured in volume of the data returned, including where access is free. You will need to construct a URL appropriate to the dataset you're interested in and the particular information you want to retrieve.

Sensor type feeds can be access following these URL patterns for GET requests:
Path Returns
1 /sensors/feeds/{feed ID} Metadata about the feed and streams, with current values if available.
2 /sensors/feeds/{feed ID}/datastreams/{datastream ID} Metadata about the stream, with the latest value and timestamp if available.
3 /sensors/feeds/{feed ID}/datastreams/{datastream ID}/datapoints The most recent data points or events from the past 24 hours, up to 50 as available.
/sensors/feeds/{feed ID}/datastreams/{datastream ID}/datapoints?{refinement parameters} Data points, selected according to the refinement parameters.

To read the rest, please look at the Developers' API.