mark at webb-johnson.net
Thu Feb 7 22:27:16 HKT 2013
I heard about this a while ago. It is interesting, and I love the manufacturer involvement, but it is so limited. Just a US$130+ DIY can-USB adaptor, with firmware to decode a dozen or so sensors, and an Android library. They complain about OBDII only exposing 20-40 sensors, but even that seems more than this device.
I also have issues with the use of 'open'. For example, the vehicle libraries are binary-only, and you can't publish an App using this data without their permission.
I would love it if the manufacturers would truly get behind an open approach to interfacing with the car.
On 7 Feb, 2013, at 9:21 PM, Michael Balzer <dexter at expeedo.de> wrote:
> I just heard about this on EVTV: http://openxcplatform.com/
> Currently just a simple CANbus interface, but interestingly with official support by Ford, and EVTV says GM is about to join.
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