software development

Mobile application

There is an OBD scanner that has to be installed in a car via OBDII socket so that the car data can be gathered and transferred to the mobile application. Whenever the car’s computer detects a problem, like the engine oil has to be changed or the brake pads have to be replaced, the information is sent to the mobile application and the car owner is notified. The owner can send the problem information to all the service stations around and receive their bids that include time and cost of repair. The application further helps to choose the best service station based on their status (authorized dealer, service center, etc.), their geographic location, and other criteria. The user is able to accept a bid from a service station. He will be able use the app to monitor the service progress and even pay for the services once they are completed. The application stores the information about all services performed on a car, making it readily available whenever necessary..