With automotive user's increasing demand for convenience, wireless technology is swooping in with advanced car accessing systems, leveraging phone as a key to unlock cars.
FREMONT, CA: The automotive industry has been undergoing an enormous transformation. For many users, cars have evolved from being just a transport mechanism to becoming an indispensable part of their digital lives. The modernized automobile is a technology hub hosting wireless technologies like Near Field Communication (NFC), Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, and cellular (4G/5G). These wireless technologies serve as an integral connectivity option to help improve functionality, comfort, and user safety. Embracing the Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology for its technical excellence, car owners to access their car even when are they are not near it.
With technological advancements, the tech-savvy generation is also advancing. Automakers are making sure that car owners can have the convenience to lock and unlock their vehicles from a phone app just by tapping a button. Even though it is a convenient way to operate a car, the entire process can take a few seconds to process. Tesla and Ford are instances that
are implementing BLE technology to facilitate faster access to operate the car when the phone is in proximity. Using such technology helps the car owners to be extra sure if the car is locked with the cellular connection from a smartphone.
Embedded into modern tablets, smartphones, and wearables, BLE technology facilitates users to use their phones to interact with any BLE-enabled device. The intent of smartphone-driven car locking and unlocking is to enable users to use their BLE-equipped smartphones and portable devices for managing applications that revolve around vehicle diagnostics, piloted parking, customized infotainment, car access, and vehicle sharing. With the industry evolving to be greener, using low-power wireless technology to replace cables is an added significant potential.
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