Some of us are running cars without OBD-II. Would it be possible to use a Bluetooth device to read sensors on the car for things like wheel speed, engine speed, throttle inputs, accelerometers and the like? I'm thinking something like this Bluetooth DAQ
, which has 8 analogue inputs, Alternatively, "grow your own" with something like this Bluetooth serial device
, which allows connection of serial devices. This means you can connect any serial data acquisition device to allow connection of your sensors.
As for sensors, you can have lots of inputs:
(although the new RaceChrono beta supports this with the right phone)
(wheel speed reading on ABS sensors, for example)
Driver heart rate
(how close are you to the car infront?)
Alternatively, importing of data from a data logger
would be great. Any thoughts?