The Ora Cat is sold more and more worldwide as it is an entry price electric vehicle. It has no Route planer that considers charging points and also no Support for Android Auto (yet), so OBD 2 Support would be really great to navigate with cleaner results on ABRP
We need the OBD PID commands and how to interpret the returned data.
You can check our telemetry API for relevant properties:
Also, you can check our (partially outdated) OBD repository to see what other cars report:
Hey Katya, thank you for your comment.
I don’t understand your reply.
Can you get the required data for the API just with the OBD Adapter? Is that a kind of data stream where you need the right PIDs to get it to the API?
OBDII PIDs are codes/commands used to request data from the vehicle. We'll need to know which ones are used to request what data in order to interpret the data communicated by the OBDII correctly.
I've linked our Telemetry API to exemplify what types of data we're interested in. SoC is, of course, one of the higher prior parameters, while the external temp of the vehicle is more of a "nice-to-have".
To enable vehicle individual consumption calibration (the neatest feature of using a good live data source), we need at least speed, power, and is_charging at a rate of at least once per 10 seconds (the faster, the better).