The highlight of this week’s WWDC was Apple CarKey, where the smartphone is going to replace the car keys completely. With MoboKey along with the keyless solution, you can also start/stop and share your car with anyone you want.
In Alan Lau’s words,
In recent years, the traditional car key has been in transition; first, from a physical key to a fob that sends a signal allowing pushbutton starting and door locking; next up, the key will go away altogether, replaced by a device every human carries—whether they own a car or not—their phone. While not the first unto this breach, Apple has announced it is getting in on the phone-as-key game at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference with Car Key.
Remote access to cars is the future of the automotive industry. Leading car companies like Tesla are now providing remote car access. Other companies have also followed the trend as well. Their system allows the users to lock/unlock, start/stop, and share their car with a smartphone app.
Smartphone to replace the car keys
Mobokey is redefining car access by allowing remote lock and unlock. Not only locking but also starting. The car starts with a smartphone app as well. The remote car access via a smartphone application. Our customers want to unlock the car with the phone which is the most important thing when it comes to access. We allow the customer to lock and unlock their cars with great ease. Similarly, with the remote start, you can start and stop your car from around 100 meters.
Why use a Bluetooth based device
Using Bluetooth has more advantages than using any other way of communication. One of the best benefits of using Bluetooth is that it does not burden the fleet owners or individual users to pay data charges.
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