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@yoh-there yoh-there released this Mar 7, 2017 · 84 commits to Development since this release

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Merge branch 'Development' of https://github.com/fesch/CanZE into Dev…

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@fesch fesch released this Oct 20, 2016 · 299 commits to master since this release

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---< Version 1.16 / 2016.10.19 >---
2016.10.11 [Jeroen] Refined length of prediction interval
2016.08.24 [Jeroen] Split ZOE into ZOE Q210 and ZOE R240 for battery prediction

---< Version 1.15 / 2016.08.10 >---
2016.07.28 [Bob] Fixed a scaling error in Plotter & BarGraph widgets
2016.07.12 [Jeroen] updated Zoé to ZOE (official Renault verbiage)
2016.07.12 [Jeroen] major update in prediction logic

---< Version 1.14 / 2016.06.13 >---
2016.06.16 [Jeroen] fixed many bugs in prediction and battery, moved to Tech section
2016.06.16 [Jeroen] fixed bug in HV kilomters
2016.05.16 [Bob] added forward mode to graphs

---< Version 1.13 / 2016.05.15 >---
2016.05.14 [Jeroen] Added 8 bits to HV kilometers (bringing it in line with car kms), attempted fix issue #337
2016.04.18 [Jeroen] Added (untested) code to get battery data into the prediction plotter
2016.04.18 [Jeroen] Small improvements to the Battery model
2016.04.18 [Bob] Trying to fix issue #310
2016.04.18 [Bob] The plotter on the Battery screen has been fixed

---< Version 1.12 / 2016.04.11 >---
2016.04.06 [Bob] Trying to resolve a NullPointerException ereported by Google Dev Console
2016.03.31 [Bob] Modified Prediction fragement to work with Timeplot instead of plotter
2016.03.13 [Bob] Added timestamp to field logger
2016.03.06 [Bob] Battery screen: uncommented SOH field, modified scale for voltage (issue #329)
2016.03.04 [Jeroen] Improved description of SOC fields. Improved Class Battery to use int of temperature
2016.03.02 [Jeroen] Added two 14V system fields to the Charge Tech. Trying to figure current
2016.02.28 [Jeroen] Added Battery model to the prediction fragment with some fixed values
2016.02.26 [Jeroen] Added Battery model
2016.02.22 [Bob] Added Prediction fragement with demo code on how to use the plotter without any field
2016.02.19 [ChrisMa] GPS Tracker class added and GPSTestActivity (still experimental)
2016.02.16 [Jeroen] Miles rounding

@fesch fesch released this Apr 11, 2016 · 339 commits to master since this release

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2016.04.06 [Bob] Trying to resolve a NullPointerException ereported by Google Dev Console
2016.03.31 [Bob] Modified Prediction fragement to work with Timeplot instead of plotter
2016.03.13 [Bob] Added timestamp to field logger
2016.03.06 [Bob] Battery screen: uncommented SOH field, modified scale for voltage (issue #329)
2016.03.04 [Jeroen] Improved description of SOC fields. Improved Class Battery to use int of temperature
2016.03.02 [Jeroen] Added two 14V system fields to the Charge Tech. Trying to figure current
2016.02.28 [Jeroen] Added Battery model to the prediction fragment with some fixed values
2016.02.26 [Jeroen] Added Battery model
2016.02.22 [Bob] Added Prediction fragement with demo code on how to use the plotter without any field
2016.02.19 [ChrisMa] GPS Tracker class added and GPSTestActivity (still experimental)
2016.02.16 [Jeroen] Miles rounding

@fesch fesch released this Feb 15, 2016 · 362 commits to master since this release

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2016.02.15 [Jeroen] Simplified virtual field initialisation, check for dependant field existence (issue #318)
2016.02.15 [Jeroen] Added a few temperature testing fields to techclima (research #316)
2016.02.14 [ChrisMa] DataLogger Output fixed: empty NL removed, date corrected
2016.02.14 [ChrisMa] DataLogger-Activation moved to loadSettings in MainActivity

@fesch fesch released this Feb 14, 2016 · 368 commits to master since this release

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2016.02.11 [Jeroen] Added battery KM to CahrgingTech (request Harm)
2016.02.10 [Jeroen] Added clima/battery parameters in Playground JM
2016.02.08 [Jeroen] Made firmware screen scrollable, issue #311
2016.01.27 [Jeroen] Squeezed fields init string
2016.01.26 [Jeroen] Brighten progress bar colors to make numericals readable
2016.01.26 [Jeroen] Bug fix in numerical torque display
2016.01.25 [Jeroen] Enlarged numerical vales in consumption screen (top bars)
2016.01.25 [Jeroen] Changed consumption scale from 5-25 to 0 - 40
2016.01.25 [Jeroen] Fixed non display of positive torque in consumption (untested)
2016.01.24 [Bob] tried to put back the label in the top bars of the consumption screen
2016.01.24 [Jeroen] Changed car to bit-map in fields.
2016.01.24 [Jeroen] Changed immediate consumption graph to a Low pass filtered value in a much more limited range. A bit experimental.
2016.01.24 [Jeroen] Added 12V in charging, which is not functioning well for the Zoe, needs more debugging
2016.01.12 [Chris] DataExport Mode re-activated
2016.01.10 [Jeroen] Optimized field lookup a bit
2016.01.10 [Bob] field logging: simple field logging
2016.01.10 [Bob] data logging: no more empty file creation on application start
2016.01.07 [Jeroen] added minim distance 20 pixels for move trigger in WidgetView
2016.01.06 [Jeroen] Optimized field/fields, added sign bit
2016.01.06 [Bob] consumption screen: small color update
2015.12.29 [Jeroen] Charging graphs, added second axis in first graph

@fesch fesch released this Dec 29, 2015 · 417 commits to master since this release

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We are very close to releasing 1.09, probably today, and we are pretty excited about it. We have revamped the consumption screen substantially and we really believe you will like it a lot, especially if driving economically is your thing.

Let me give you a small run down:

  • The Torque (Nm) bar from the driving screen, including the Blue Aiming Bar has been added to this screen. This will aid in avoiding friction braking (short term behaviour).
  • The tiny consumption (kW/100km) dial has been replaced by a fat bar. This will aid in being a bit more gentle on the accelerator (short term behaviour).
  • The first timed graph will show you the last couple of minutes (this depends on the screen-width of your device) of power usage and energy in the battery (long term behaviour).
  • The middle timed graph shows Speed and consumption (long term behaviour)
  • Finally, the last graph shows both the available distance as well as the SOC (we don’t want to start a war about what’s best, so we show both)

The short term behaviour bars assist in providing immediate feedback and feed forward. Avoid friction braking and decrease energy usage when driving and accelerating.

The long term behaviour graphs will give you nice feedback on how you drove that last part. It is very insightful how much that funny blast-off of your kitty-Zoe next to that ICE really cost.

In the technical part there is new screen “Charging Graphs” that will show you the technical behaviour while charging. You can record load balancing by the charger, where the power is limited, etcetera.

Other than that, of course the usual bug fixes, performance shaving, improvements on the graphs, etcetera. All in all there are more than 40 changes recorded.

@fesch fesch released this Dec 13, 2015 · 508 commits to master since this release

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Today's release mainly fixes a lot of bugs.

@fesch fesch released this Dec 6, 2015 · 522 commits to master since this release

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Today's release contains, among others, a few serious bugfixes. In the previous versions switching between the different screens filled up the field request list, which slowed down considerably the entire application. This has now been solved.

Another feature that has been added is that Main, Technical and Experimental fragments can now be accessed by simply sliding the entire page to the left of the right. You may also notice some graphical improvements.

Last big change I want to point at is the new Tires activity where those of you who have TPMS installed can read out the actual pressure of the 4 wheels.

@fesch fesch released this Nov 29, 2015 · 549 commits to master since this release

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Not many visible changes this week. Small changes on the charging and driving screen based on user feedback. In the experimental section, we added s tyres screen for cars equiped with TPMS. If you happen to have this feature on your car, give it a spin and let us know the results through github please (issue #235).

Under the hood we’re still working on strange Bluetooth instabilities and getting things back on track for the Kangoo and Fluence, which needs a lot of research.

We’re also working very hard on getting all the info we have (and not just the fields we use in CanZE today) in our database. It is a lot of tedious, lonely work but it is needed to move on.