DashCommand™ is a touch screen friendly software application that is designed to integrate
OBD-II data monitoring and logging into the in-car computing experience. Use DashCommand's capabilities to create and display stunning
virtual dashboards with many styles including digital gauges, analog gauges, indicator lights, and more! Thanks to our
patent-pending DashXL™ technology, the dashboards look great on any screen size, large or small.
DashCommand™ is available on three different platforms, Windows, Android, and iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch).
- DashCommand™ for Windows is available for purchase from our online store.
- DashCommand™ for Android* can be downloaded from the Android Market or our website .
- DashCommand™ for iOS is available for purchase from the iTunes App Store.
*Android download runs in evaluation mode. Full unlocked version can be purchased through our web store or as an in-app purchase with Google Play.
DashCommand™ for the iPhone/iPod touch utilizes the built-in GPS & accelerometer sensors in the iPhone to provide advanced features such as the skid
pad, race track, and inclinometer. It also includes virtual dashboards using our patent-pending DashXL™ technology. High quality software combined with
the iPhone's sensors gives you the most convenient diagnostics & display solution anywhere.
Using WiFi technology and a supported hardware interface, you will be able to connect your iPhone to your OBD-II compliant vehicle and monitor, log, and playback
vehicle information and parameters (GPS & accelerometer features are fully functional even without an OBD-II connection).
DashCommand™ for Windows supports all OBD-II and EOBD compliant vehicles
from around the world. It is designed primarily for touch screens but is just as capable running on any desktop or laptop with a
mouse or touch pad. DashCommand™ is compatible with Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2K, XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
DashCommand™ provides interactive capabilities that allow objects such as buttons to be added to dashboards which can
then trigger switching of dashboard screens and changing the state of objects on screen. You can now create a set of dashboards that
suits your needs.
Data logging is also supported in DashCommand™. You can record logs from a dashboard or a data
grid view and then playback your logs in either view for simple analysis tasks. The logs can also be viewed in ScanXL™ from more thorough analysis.
DashCommand™ also supports the scripts written in ScanXL™. The
scripts can be imported to supplement the data that can be displayed in the dashboards. Write scripts to calculate fuel consumption, boost
pressure, power, torque, and many more based on data from the OBD-II values.