Registering devices public keys


Each sent position is signed with a private key, the corresponding public key is required to be able to verify the signature and thus that the message has not been tampered during the transmission (integrity). Furthermore, it allows us to be certain of the authenticity of the message.

Each and every device must be registered prior to send any position. Otherwise, positions will be dropped.


The registration part corresponds to the registration number of the device.


You must send the payload through PUT. It contains the public key string directly put within the body of the request.

That key must start with:



If everything went fine, you should receive a 201 status code.

If that is not the case, a 400 status code will be returned and the body will contain an explicit error message in JSON (check the error key).