This report will provide an overview of consumer OBD-II dongles with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi technologies used in passenger vehicles and light trucks. OBD-II dongle refers to an adapter that connects to an OBD-II standard-compliant OBD port available on consumer passenger vehicles. Consumer OBD-II dongle refers to OBD-II dongle products that are directly marketed to end users. Typical service use cases of consumer OBD-II dongles are vehicle diagnostics, location-based and Wi-Fi hotspot services.
The IoT and Smart Cities Team at IHS Markit has been tracking the Wireless LAN (WLAN) and Bluetooth markets since their inception, offering a range of products including reports, market trackers and customized consulting projects.
Senior Analyst, IoT & Connectivity
Christian Kim is a senior analyst at IoT Connectivity team responsible for coverage of cellular wireless, high-performance wireless and smartphone technologies.