https://github.com/BITPlan/can4eve/issues/1 (excerpt below)
The main working features of the software are currently:
- clock display
- speed and rpm
- cell voltages
- cell temperatures
The main goal for the software is not be a "me too" product but to allow for new features e.g.
- Warning by e-mail/SMS if the charging cable was disconnected
- reporting current charge state to home automation systems e.g. to sync with solar PV power availabilty
- keeping tracking of vehicle costs e.g. for charging
- you name it - this is an open source project and you are welcome for bug reports / change requests and other suggestions!
We are looking for alpha and beta tester for this software.
Please send me a Personal Message if you are interested in particpating.
Beta testers need to have an OBDLink SX USB Adapter and a Windows 10, Mac OS or Linux box (e.g. Raspberry)
Alpha testers are also welcome for OBDLink MX Wifi and OBDLink LX adapters and e.g. Android OS
If you own multiple electric vehicles of different brands that would be great because that is one of the goals of the software to be open for different vehicle types.
can4eve issue #1
Electric vehicles will hopefully have a major market share in the near future.
As of today quite a few of the electric vehicles on the market have no or inadequate in-car applications. Remote functionality is more often than not limited or lacking.
To get the most ouf of their cars users have to resort to third party software that might be
limited to their vehicles
can4eve intends to offer a solution that is
open for different vehicles
The functionality of the project shall be driven by the user needs and not so much by technical aspects. You are invited to raise your voice by adding issues to this project.