There's actually a specific name to describe the computer and electronic technology involved in our cars -- it's called telematics. The vehicle telematics business has been changing very rapidly over the past few years, with advances in cell phones, the Internet and GPS receivers, but there are a few sections we can look at to understand the increased demand for in-car electronics.
Powerful & easy-to-use SpeedSlip tracking
SpeedSlip tracking leverages powerful technology and advanced algorithms to provide accuracy and reliability, whether you’re a weekend adventurer or racing enthusiast.
What is the difference between OBD, GPS, and a Time Slip
NOTE: These can be manually entered into the SpeedSlip platform with ease. It is also recommended that a photo of your time slip be submitted.
The SpeedSlip App
From GPS satellites to your screen! An intricate system of LTE networks provides you with the location updates you need through an app that's simple and easy to use.
For more detail OBD II performance data, our platform (using SpeedSlip's mobile App or a different third-party app such as Torque Pro) charts your vehicle's data points on a variety of graphic displays in order to help you (or others you invite) understand and comprehend your vehicle's performance under the hood as well as the journey you experienced. A physical OBD II tracker device (such as the ELM 327 discussed above) plugs into a vehicle's OBD II port for easy installation. The OBD II tracker installs within seconds and runs itself - all you have to do is connect to it using our SpeedSlip App (or a different third-party app such as Torque Pro).