Nothing ruins your day like a speeding fine and so GOFAR has built in a handy adjustable speed alert into Ray that acts as a helpful reminder when you nudge over the limit.
Last week we put our prototype through its paces and performed our first run of exploratory EMC tests. EMC stands for electromagnetic compatibility and passing EMC testing is a requirement to be able to sell an electronic product. If you look at the back of your electronics equipment you should be able to find the markings that indicate EMC compliance. Take this iPhone for example, the FCC marking and the CE marking indicate that this product has passed the tests required for EMC compliance in the US and EU respectively.
When we went live we supported pretty much all petrol cars built since 2008. Technically that meant cars that worked on the more modern CAN-BUS protocol.
So – you’re interested in safer, greener, cheaper driving and you’ve bought GOFAR and want to set it up. Read on!
This experiment is simple – you just need to unplug the cable so the Ray does not light up.
This experiment lets us see how how drivers drive WITHOUT GOFAR influencing their driving.