OBD-II

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OBD-IIOn-Board Diagnostics, Second Generation
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* 21 percent chose a plug-in device without GPS, where drivers plug a device into their vehicle's OBD-II port, which automatically reports their mileage
ELM327[TM] OBD-II Software allows using a computer and a hardware interface to get the information from the car's computer.
There has been a growing list of researchers who have demonstrated that gaining access to the CAN bus via the OBD-II port can allow a hacker to influence control of a vehicle [8].
Cars (Not a Federal requirement) Some elements implemented in 1980s OBD-II 1994-1996 Phase-in for all cars in U.S.
The solution, AC30011, is designed and optimized for easy integration into industry-standard OBD-II dongle form factors and has been tested with GNSS chipsets.
Most vehicles sold in the market that are model year 1996 or newer will have an OBD-II port that the Vinli connected car device plugs into.
Mojio is a device that plugs into a vehicle's OBD-II port, creating an always-on connection to the internet.
This year, Zubie added Verizon Wi-Fi hotspots as a shared device on Verizon Wireless plans helping it to garner votes to win Best OBD-II Device with Software and Services.
By the early 1990s, manufacturers introduced an upgraded advanced on-board diagnostics system (also known as OBD-II) to address as the complexity of an engine and the usage of automated computerized systems to control various functionalities of the vehicle increased to a higher level.
Reportedly, this BIS features Franklin's newly developed intelligent gateway that supports GPS, WiFi, OBD-II, video, black box integration and two-way communication and includes a fully functional information system.