Carvoyant , a startup that’s been busy developing a platform that will tell you exactly what’s going on with your vehicle’s general health (and what that blasted “check engine” light means ), is today ready to start shipping its devices to early adopters and developer testers. It has also signed a couple of agreements with auto dealer partners, who will be the first to distribute the system more broadly to potential customers. For those unfamiliar, the system Carvoyant offers is somewhat similar to companies like CarMD , for example, as it also involves a transmitter that’s plugged into the car’s onboard diagnostic port (OBD) in order to capture and analyze the data stream from the car’s computer. This is how Carvoyant knows what it means when warning lights on a car’s dashboard mean, but it will also go a step further.
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