Tunnel Navigation bluetooth OBDII
Typically GPS signal is lost in long tunnels. Why not include a waze connection to a bluetooth enabled OBDII device in your car to give accurate speed. The direction is immaterial as the tunnel path is well known.The devices are cheap about $5 to $20 on ebay. Waze would benefit by knowing speed through tunnels. Yes, beacons are good, but not if they are sparsely placed.
Ricardo Felix commented
Sugestão. . .seria legal se pudéssemos personalizar a tela do aplicativo com outras informações como consumo de combustível ou temperatura do motor. Esses dados podem ser obtidos através de uma conexão Bluetooth com um adaptador OBD2 com a ECU do carro (eu uso o ELM327)...ficaria show de bola se o Waze conseguisse conectar com o ELM327
Rob Harvey commented
OBD can also provided the vehicle speed (which could be compared with the GPS and displayed side-by-side as an option!)
saurabh kumar commented
It would be nice if Waze can talk to OBD devices via bluetooth or wifi. This will give Waze accurate vehicle status. One example is if the car stops at a rest area or exit. So if the ignition is off, no need to consider it as a traffic delay! Maybe more similar intelligence can be thought of. Too much acceleration? Perhaps the user is too fast to be considered for regular traffic speed, etc.