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Chffr is like a Fitbit for your car. It's a dashcam app that powers's self-driving technology. For every minute you record you get comma points. Pair it with panda and view your compatible car's messages in cabana. It is available for Android and iOS

See the chffr wiki page for more info.


ChffrPlus is the default NEOS program for the EON. It doesn't allow for self driving but it does allow you to record video from drives as well as information about the car if paired with a panda.


Openpilot is an open source driving agent. It is capable of controlling the gas, brake, and steering on certain cars, with limited user action required (besides paying attention!). Currently works with Panda and Giraffe on most Hondas and Toyotas as well as Hyundai, Kia and GM cars. See How it works and Installing OpenPilot on the EON for installation instructions for EON


Cabana is a web application that allows you to inspect, label, and plot vehicle data collected by panda which can then be saved locally or committed to GitHub in the form of a dbc file. Cabana syncs panda data with chffr data for an extremely user-friendly reverse engineering experience. This allows you to easily scrub through video segments to target a specific driving event, such as braking, and label the associated CAN messages.

View example here


The NEO and the EON run NEOS, a heavily modified version of android. See NEOS for more info.