The OSCA interface is used to establish a remote connection to the vehicle (OBD Socket), which means that the vehicle itself stays right where it is; in the workshop or at the side of road. The remote communication between the vehicle and the OSCA specialist takes place entirely via WiFi or your 3G/4G network. As soon as the connection to the vehicle has been established, the OSCA app will open automatically.
As communication is taking place, the quality of the connection is measured in order to prevent problems occurring. Other elements, such as the on-board voltage of the vehicle itself are also carefully recorded. Whilst an OSCA specialist is carrying out his work remotely, the mechanic can take care of another task. In certain situations however, a mechanic must be on stand-by in order to carry out any physical tasks such as turning the ignition on, for example. Whenever necessary, a message will appear in the app, telling the mechanic what needs to be done.