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Linux powers dash-mounted DAQ device

Nov 8, 2006 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — 8 views

A Linux-based, dashboard-mounted data acquisition (DAQ) device was named “Best New International Product” at the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) tradeshow this week in Las Vegas. Drew Tech's “DashDAQ” interfaces via ODB2, displaying a rich variety of engine diagnostics information.

The DashDAQ will ship in Q1, 2007, with a standard set of virtual guages, and diagnostic and troubleshooting applications. It will also be available as an open platform for third party application developers wishing to implement all kinds of in-car computers capable of interfacing directly with the sensor buses found in today's computerized cars.

Learn more about the DashDAQ in our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: Drew Tech DashDAQ car engine computer

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