My native language is Danish , so please understand that there may be misunderstandings in my British dialogue
I have known and used Pico products many years ago , TC08 and Picoscop for data analysis , aquasision , logging.
Recently rediscovered I Pico at a trade show for the automotive industry , and it took me PicoAuto this site and this forum. I expect nothing but thought it is interesting to examine Pico 's march on Auto diagnostics market in Denmark.
I have always had car technology as a hobby , both tuning and troubleshooting. ECU optimization / reprogramering with AEM EMS on Honda and Open Source tools for my EVO.
One of the things I'm healthy curiosity to follow is to find out whether it really pays to use these Pico tools in the everyday an average daily workshop . Or if only tals specialized workshops in the future will offer this kind of advanced troubleshooting. My poiente is that even with education as electronics engineer and more engine knowledge than many auto mechanics can be difficult to find nasty bugs in the short time available ( economically viable ) .
For OEM workshops that have full access to the FSM and brand specific test equipment, which also provides data monitoring and logging it seems to be a challenge to make Pico test equipment that will be preferred by those
It will be interesting in any case it has my full interest to read more about the opportunities Picotech here opens .