That is basically the same as the Woolich offering.as do FTECU
Or you could just make your own if you don't want the big fat ODB plug taking up space.
I'm not sure about the 2015 port availability, it probably is just a wiring thing. The main reason I am doing this is to make a HUD for my truck that is completely customizable. But I sure would like to have and mix data and display it as I see fit.To be honest, not sure I would require it until I see any personal benefit, but would this fit with the 2015 H2?
However I do appreciate the skill and effort you are putting into this as it could benefit many here, and goes toward enhancing an already amazing experience of owning/riding the H2!
That is good news. The roll your own looks to be fairly straight forward. I have written apps for handhelds before. As well as ODB stuff. Should be fun and if others can use it, (I can and will show anyone how to modify the code and use the environment). When I get the things I will decide what language to use C++ or C#.I can confirm that the elm327 bluetooth adaptors work okay on the 2017, I used one with the car app, "torque" but it didn't always connect.
You might have more joy with a "roll your own" app and I look forward to seeing what you come up with.