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Following its recent expansion to start serving customers in Ankara, Mobilotoservis, our car repair and maintenance service which comes to you, launched its first hardware product.

The product is called MOSX and it’s an adapter which plugs into the on-board diagnostics (OBD) port of your car. The adapter uses Bluetooth to send information about the status of your car to the MOSX smartphone app. For the initial launch of MOSX, this information includes trip logging, driving feedback, fuel consumption and carbon emissions data, and the discovery of problems with your vehicle.

Using MOSX, Mobilotoservis is able to remotely diagnose the repair and maintenance needs of your car so that you don’t have to worry about them. Once it identifies a need, MOSX immediately informs the Mobilotoservis team. Mobilotoservis then gets in touch with you to resolve the issue remotely where possible or, for issues that can’t be addressed remotely, to serve you at the location of your choice.

While MOSX’s primary goal is to help Mobilotoservis better serve its customers in need of car repair and maintenance services, you can also use it as a standalone product for its trip logging, driving feedback, and fuel consumption and carbon emissions data sharing features.

I don’t have a car as I prefer to get around by public transport and taxi, but my wife’s car is currently equipped with MOSX. We’re beta testing the product. If you’d like to learn more about the device and be among its first users, you can visit this link.

The Mobilotoservis team also presented MOSX at the Webrazzi Summit last year. You can watch their full presentation in Turkish below. It runs roughly from minute 38 to 50.

Navdy starts shipping

Navdy, a heads-up display for your car where we’re investors, started shipping earlier this week.

I met up with Navdy’s founder Doug Simpson to try out the Navdy and I really liked the experience.

But as an investor I’m biased. So here’s an independent review of the Navdy. The key phrase comes toward the end of the review: “On a few occasions I jumped into the car and started driving without placing it on the dash and instantly missed it.”

Great products are those you miss not having. I think that that’s what’s going to make the Navdy successful.