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#1 Alhazred   User is offline

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ODB2 simulators to develop an app?

Posted 26 November 2019 - 10:10 AM

I am thinking to develop an app which should get informations from the car ECU through an ODB2 dongle with bluetooth connection to the phone.
Of course in this early stage I do not want to code being sat inside the car keeping the engine on, thus I'm looking for some good software simulator to install on my laptop (Windows/Linux) and which could use the bluetooth connection.
I've already made a search, I could find ODBSim, but it only provide a few data (speed, rpm an few other).

Do you know any better simulator, or even better, have you already developed an app using ODB2 and want to share the informations about how you did setup your system for the development?

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Re: ODB2 simulators to develop an app?

Posted 26 November 2019 - 11:01 AM

Have you looked into freematics or carloop?

https://www.carloop.io/

https://freematics.c...d-emulator-mk2/
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Re: ODB2 simulators to develop an app?

Posted 27 November 2019 - 04:18 AM

Thank you, Carloop has almost all the devices sold out, Freematics has more, I'll read their documentation to decide.

In the meanwhile, if anyone knows a pure software solution, something to install on the PC and to use its BT or USB connection to exchange data with the phone would be nice too.
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