Pedro has created a website named http://www.Leaf-Status.com which can receive and display real time information about your Leaf sent by LeafSpy Pro. Both the Android and iOS versions of LeafSpy Pro will get this capability which is currently being released to testers. Once testing is complete it will be released to all current users of LeafSpy Pro.
Pedro's initial goal was to monitor his Leaf's SOC while charging on his Pebble watch.
But the website also allows you to monitor the current location of the Leaf on any web browser.
One possible use for this feature is to allow someone to monitor your location while you drive. Say you are going to pick someone up. If you have LeafSpy running with this feature enabled the person waiting for you can see your progress. They no longer need to stress out about where you are.
This of course requires that LeafSpy Pro be running in the Leaf although once started it can be in the background during the drive. Once the Leaf is turned off the broadcasting of information stops.
To enable this feature on LeafSpy Pro go to the new Settings/Server panel, select Enable, set the send rate (once every 5 sec to once every 10 minutes), then enter the User ID, Password, and server URL provided by the Leaf-Status website once you register.
You can leave the Server set at "A". LeafSpy Pro allows you to define up to four (4) servers and then select the one to use.