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OBD GPS Logger logs OBDII and GPS data. It can then take that logged data and write useful output formats. Interesting information logged and exported includes how fast you're going, how fast the engine's going, the air flow into the engine, and the throttle position.
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2011-05-27 06:08

Richer ecu control in obdsim, including support for all the major protocols and variable timeouts. LiveKML for live viewing of logged data in Google Earth. Several long-standing bugfixes, performance improvements, and possible fixes for several types of vehicles that may have exhibited problems before.

2010-06-19 07:25

The addition of obd2gpx for converting logs to .gpx traces. Packaging for Arch Linux and Debian. The ability to work with nothing but GPS if necessary. Freezeframe support in sim, and sim groups errors properly.

2010-04-03 17:24

Serial comms was broken into a separate library. A baudrate guesser and baudrate upgrader were included. Multiple ECU and error code support was added to OBDSim.

2010-02-28 20:06

Lots of small changes were made to make it more useful for actually living in a car without human intervention. Small changes were made in the database schema for performance and improved data reliability. Some simple analysis tools were initially added.

2010-01-04 19:34

The gpsd V3 protocol is supported. ftdipty supports user-specified device and vendor IDs. Sim supports ATI, ATL{0,1}, and improved linefeed handling.

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