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android-obd-reader - Android OBD-II Reader application that uses pure OBD-II PID's Java API.

  •    Java

I am no longer involved in any way with OBD and related activities, so don't expect my feedback on issues, pull-requests and most of all, email. I can't even remember when I first picked this project from Brice Lambi (the original author). But one thing I'm sure, it was a time my interests changed quite frequently and I'd contribute simultaneously to totally unrelated projects. But for some reason this project stuck with me the longest.

obd-java-api - OBD-II Java API

  •    Java

OBD Java API compatible with ELM327.

OpenALPR - Automatic License Plate Recognition library

  •    C++

OpenALPR is an open source Automatic License Plate Recognition library written in C++ with bindings in C#, Java, Node.js, and Python. The library analyzes images and video streams to identify license plates. The output is the text representation of any license plate characters.

vehicle_detection_haarcascades - Vehicle Detection by Haar Cascades with OpenCV

  •    C++

Hello everyone, An easy way to perform vehicle detection is by using Haar Cascades. Currently, I don't have a detailed tutorial about it, but you can get some extra information in the OpenCV homepage, see Cascade Classifier page. See also Cascade Classifier Training for training your own cascade classifier. The haar-cascade cars.xml was trained using 526 images of cars from the rear (360 x 240 pixels, no scale). The images were extracted from the Car dataset proposed by Brad Philip and Paul Updike taken of the freeways of southern California.




Frogger 3D

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FROGGER 3D GAME: 3D remake of the classic Konami game: you have to help 5 frogs to reach their respective holes passing over a street full of cars and a river where you can only use trunks and waterlily to pass-by without drowning. Levels: the numbers of levels is potentially...

OpenNETXC an unofficial port of the OpenXCPlatform Project to WinRT

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An Unofficial WInRT port of the OpenXC Platform to WinRT see http://openxcplatform.com/

sdl_core - SmartDeviceLink In-Vehicle Software and Sample HMI

  •    C++

SmartDeviceLink (SDL) is a standard set of protocols and messages that connect applications on a smartphone to a vehicle head unit. This messaging enables a consumer to interact with their application using common in-vehicle interfaces such as a touch screen display, embedded voice recognition, steering wheel controls and various vehicle knobs and buttons. There are three main components that make up the SDL ecosystem. The Core component of SDL runs on a vehicle's computing system (head unit). Core’s primary responsibility is to pass messages between connected smartphone applications and the vehicle HMI, and pass notifications from the vehicle to those applications. It can connect a smartphone to a vehicle's head unit via a variety of transport protocols such as Bluetooth, USB, Android AOA, and TCP. Once a connection is established, Core discovers compatible applications and displays them to the driver for interaction via voice or display. The core component is implemented into the vehicle HMI based on the integration guidelines above. The core component is configured to follow a set of policies defined in a policy database and updated by a policy server. The messaging between a connected application and core is defined by the Mobile API and the messaging between sdl core and the vehicle is defined by the HMI API.

python-udsoncan - Python implementation of UDS (ISO-14229) standard.

  •    Python

This project is an implementation of the Unified Diagnostic Services (UDS) protocol defined by ISO-14229 written in Python 3. The code is published under MIT license on GitHub (pylessard/python-udsoncan).


monster-drift - 📻🏎 Drive a radio controlled car with Node.js and HackRF

  •    Javascript

📻🏎 Drive a radio controlled car with Node.js and HackRF. This module should work with most radio controlled cars operating on a frequency of 27MHz.Simply run the monster-drift command to start. Use --help to get help.

device - Device type detection library based on the useragent string

  •    Javascript

Basically the express-device gained life of it's own and I had to refactor the basic functionality (it makes sense). Many were using express-device only to identify the type of device and didn't want all the express stuff. In case you didn't notice there's also a method is() that will return a boolean (true or false) when you pass the device type that you want validate against (check the initial example).

raspberrypi-carputer - UI component for the Nomadic Pi a Raspberry Pi based car computer

  •    Javascript

This repository is the UI component of the Nomadic PI Raspberry Pi based car computer. Visit the Nomadic Pi website for more information on the project and details on building your own car computer or "carputer". A pre built image file for use with the Raspberry Pi 3 can also be downloaded here.

obdjs - (NOT MAINTAINED) Utility to read OBD2 data from a car

  •    Javascript

(NOT MAINTAINED) Utility to read OBD2 data from a car

mHUD - Mobile Heads-Up-Display - read speed/gforce/location from your mobile and display on your windscreen

  •    CSS

This is an Ionic 2 Typescript mobile heads up display application. It uses the phones sensors to obtain speed, location and gforce values for display. It uses here maps to get the road speed which forms part of the display. This app uses Here maps to get the road speed for a given location. You can open a free developer account with them, create an app, and use the credentials in this application.

uracer-kotd - A GLES2 top-down racer, built on top of libgdx and Box2D.

  •    Java

A GLES2 top-down racer, built on top of libgdx and Box2D. This project has been lying on my hard-drive for far too long, so i'm releasing it as an open source project in the hope it may be of use or maybe inspiration for someone else work.

carmechanic - Car Mechanic Simulator mechanics in Unity

  •    CSharp

CarMechanic is an open source car mechanic simulator that allows you to disassembly/assembly cars. This game is NOT finished as i would need a full car (including the engine) model to finish the game core.

church - :church: Church Encoding in JS

  •    Javascript

Church encoding is a way of encoding data using only functions. For instance, we can use functions to represent, booleans, numerals and lists. Higher-order functions are all you need for Turing completeness. Check out the docs.

sdl_ios - Get your app connected to the 🚙, make your users feel like a 🌟

  •    Objective-C

SmartDeviceLink (SDL) is a standard set of protocols and messages that connect applications on a smartphone to a vehicle head unit. This messaging enables a consumer to interact with their application using common in-vehicle interfaces such as a touch screen display, embedded voice recognition, steering wheel controls and various vehicle knobs and buttons. There are three main components that make up the SDL ecosystem. The mobile library component of SDL is meant to run on the end user’s smart-device from within SDL enabled apps. The library allows the apps to connect to SDL enabled head-units and hardware through bluetooth, USB, and TCP. Once the library establishes a connection between the smart device and head-unit through the preferred method of transport, the two components are able to communicate using the SDL defined protocol. The app integrating this library project is then able to expose its functionality to the head-unit through text, media, and other interactive elements.

car-auction-network-fabric-node-sdk - "Hello world" car auction sample code using Hyperledger Fabric Node SDK

  •    Javascript

In this Code Pattern we will create a blockchain network that simulates a car auction network. This network is based on an existing Hyperledger Composer application, which you can find here. The first step before diving into the car-auction logic is to enroll our application with our CA(Certificate Authority) from the IBM Blockchain Starter Plan. To do this, we need to give our application the API endpoints of the CA on the IBM Blockchain Starter plan so that our app can interact with the network. The CA will then provide us with certificates that will prove our authenticity to the network: it will allow us to transact (i.e. invoke chaincode) on the network. Note - any calls to the Hyperledger Fabric network will have to be signed with a private key and a properly signed X.509 certificate for verification purposes. All of our actors within our network (peers, orderers, client apps, admins) will each have a digital identity encapsulated in an X.509 certificate. We need certificates for both an admin user, and a new user, that we can call user1.

mocs - My Own Car System, a Go & Qt application for your car

  •    Javascript

This app is an experiment to replace the non existent management system in my car. It shows a rear camera and a live 3D map.






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