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UK Telegraph and US information technology media The NextWeb is a car connectivity consortium consisting of about 70 automotive and IT companies around the world including LG, Samsung, Hyundai, Apple, Panasonic, Qualcomm, Audi, Volkswagen, The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC), has unveiled the first 'digital key 1.0' standard that can securely lock and unlock cars using mobile smart devices.
Key functions include: △ Unlocking the car (close range) △ Locking the vehicle △ Starting the engine △ User authentication △ Digital key provisioning △ Digital key release △ Vehicle sales △ Digital key sharing: Remote and peer-to- △ Digital key ownership: Key usage (sharing) restriction is supported.
The Automotive Connectivity Consortium's 'Digital Key Release 1.0' is an app that can be downloaded and used on mobile devices such as smartphones and smart watch bands, and will be available to all consortium member brands.
The industry expects not only the automobile for sale but also the rental and shared companies to release the digital key and to withdraw the digital key, and to expand the general life such as the front door and the safe.
Based technology uses a non-contact wireless communication NFC capable of exchanging data within a distance of about 10 cm using a frequency of 13.56 MHz band. Although short communication distance is considered as a disadvantage, it is more secure than RFID dongle method. Most NFC systems are used for mobile payment services because of the high security. It is similar to Bluetooth but it is convenient because it does not pair between devices.
"The digital key 1.0 is a universal way for the automotive industry to leverage the Trusted Service Manager (TSM) infrastructure to securely transmit digital keys to smart devices, ensuring the highest level of security "He said.
The consortium is also planning to release 'Digital Key 2.0' in the first quarter of 2019, with enhanced security between the automobile and the smart device, and standardized authentication protocol with extensive scalability. The consortium's companies account for 70% of the global automotive market and 60% of the global smartphone market.
Security will be further strengthened by incorporating biometric technologies such as fingerprint recognition and face recognition for user authentication.
"We are already launching a product that leverages 'Digital Key 1.0,' and the forthcoming 'Digital Key 2.0' will have a significant impact on the industry with its extensive scalability," said Maffizer Rahman, CCC chairman. "We are looking forward to this exciting journey with our CCC members to change the way we approach our devices and add the key features we need in our lives to smart devices."
The automotive connectivity consortium is a global alliance formed to jointly develop global standards and solutions for smartphone-to-car connectivity, with more than 70 automotive and IT companies around the world participating. Automotive parts and appliances, sensors, chipsets and software companies.
MirrorLink is a standard established by the CCC as it mirrors the screen implements on smart devices such as smart phones.
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