I have been working a Bluetooth 4 automotive power distribution unit for a couple months now. Here are some videos showing the capabilities.
The goal is to have a device about the size of a deck of cards that can distribute up to 100A @ 13.8V for automotive applications. 8 individual circuits can be controlled. Control will include constant current, circuit breaker at specific currents, and PWM duty cycle. You will be able to program dedicated functions to external buttons. Lastly, you will be able to get real time feedback from the system on a Bluetooth 4 device. This data will include total current, current by channel, and system voltage among other things. There are a lot of features on the drawing board still.
This is going to have application in show cars, jeeps, motorcycles, and boats I believe. It's been a really fun project so far. I'm going to need about $120,000 to bring it to market so I want it to be pretty perfect before I write that check. I do hope I get that far.