This project represents a work-in-progress implementation of the On-board Diagnostics (OBD-II) protocol, an application layer protocol used to obtain diagnostic data from a vehicle. In layman's terms, it would allow a user to self-diagnose their modern (containing an OBD-II port) vehicle and also wirelessly display vehicle data like engine RPM, speed, and temperature.
Most of the backend heavy lifting was accomplished by Ethan and Frank. I worked on the concept generation, and electronics side of the project. I also helped create the GUI for displaying real-time diagnostic data. Pardon the floating decimals on the web dashboard.