Category: Teaser

Ever been busted by an Average Speed Camera system, also called SPECS? They measure your average speed by recording the time difference of passage between two camera locations, either a relatively short distance apart (i.e. between traffic light complexes) or …

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Good news for people who want to dig deeper into their ZOE data themselves. We have had several functions to peek into the car. For instance, you can switch on field logging and when on, all fields that are pulled …

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Working for over a year, we’ve been making slow but steady progress on changing the way how we fundamentally talk to the dongle. The cheap Chinese dongles are awful coping with what we call “Free Frames”, and especially the torque …

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Edit: released in 1.45

In the next release, which we will try to push out really soon, the Tyres screen has been augmented with a section where you can read the IDs of your TPMS valves and write them back. So, if you have …

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Today I finally got some data from the BCB. I am not crying victory yet, but here are a few teasers. Screen-shots were taken close to the end of a charging session on my home single phase 16 amps charge-point. …

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More to follow soon…….

No, we’re not talking about Renault Connected Services, we are talking about CanZE. Let me start straight off the bat with this: we always have been, and still are, extremely reluctant to add any sort of Internet based logging or …

Connected services – thoughts Read More »

More teasers. Frédéric is still working on quite a few screens, but as you can see there has been a lot of progress!  

We will release a new version today. As usual, a lot of under-the-hood things, especially reducing the footprint of the application and small speed improvements. No major changes, but you can find a detailed change list here but these are …

Teaser for version 1.10 Read More »