Date

6-2013

Degree Name

BS in Computer Engineering

Department

Computer Engineering Department

Advisor(s)

Dale Dolan

Abstract

The most current standard on automobiles for monitoring data is OBD-II. Using On board diagnostic Parameter ID (OBD PID) codes hobbyists and mechanics have the ability to monitor, chart, and obtain data on cars by communicating to the ECU. The OBD-II connector is often located under the driver’s side inside of the car. The hardware will consist of a generic Bluetooth OBD2 connector and a laptop running windows. The software will be an program exe created by visual basic. The software created in visual basic will allow the user to examine PID codes in order to record and discover new data on the OBD bus.

OBDProject.zip (227 kB)

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