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[Key News Lee Jae-koo reporter] In a year or two, it is likely that motorists will often see a smartphone that closes a car door instead of a car key. It is also common to share a car key with someone with a virtual key. In particular, rival Samsung Electronics and Apple, which are the first and second in the global smartphone market, have agreed to this standard, and have given a boost to this trend together with global automakers such as Hyundai Motor, Audi, Volkswagen and GM.

The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) will be the first 'Digital' to provide digital car key functions at the Beverton, Oregon, USA, agreement with 70 IT companies and automotive companies around the world, Has agreed to the Digital Key 1.0 (1.0) standard. The company also includes a large number of automotive parts, appliances, sensors, chipsets and software companies.

Right now, CCC's 1.0 version of digital key can be used in the vehicles of member companies that download it to smart devices such as smart phones and smart clocks and support them.

According to the CCC document, this specification, which replaces existing physical car keys through a smartphone application, was named "standardized solution." Users of digital key terminals conforming to this standard can open and start the vehicle irrespective of the manufacturer of the smartphone or the manufacturer of the vehicle.

Vehicle drivers can download digital key apps to smart devices such as smartphones and use them on all CCC member vehicles. Digital keys also allow a car owner to send a virtual key instead of passing the physical key set to someone else. Apps can be used to give other smartphone users a temporary access to the vehicle, allowing them to be assigned to the parking garage. It is also useful when an emergency occurs.
CCC used non-contact (less than 10cm) mobile billing local-communications (NFC) technology for Android OS phones and iOS phones to secure the digital key 1.0 security. They also used a deployment method that allowed vehicle manufacturers to securely transfer their digital keys to smart devices using their existing Trusted Service Manager (TSM) infrastructure. This infrastructure provides end-to-end security when mobile apps access the functionality of NFC chips. The digital car key method used by existing automobile manufacturers such as Audi uses Wi-Fi or Bluetooth communication, but it also became a prey of a thief who cheated on a digital key-using vehicle with an associated terminal before the vehicle started operation.

CCC has already begun work on the Digital Key Release 2.0 specification based on a broader interest in the automotive, smartphone manufacturer and supplier ecosystem. The work of developing this specification is a collaborative effort between the founding members of CCC such as Apple, Audi, BMW, GM, Hyundai Motor, LG Electronics, Panasonic, Samsung Electronics and Volkswagen and core member companies such as Alps Electric, Continental Automobile, Denso, Zemalto, NXP and Qualcomm.

The release 2.0 specification, which is expected to be completed in the first quarter of next year, provides a standardized authentication protocol between vehicles and smart devices. The goal of the Car Connection Consortium (CCC) is to bring the integration of automobiles and mobile devices to a higher level. Release 2.0 combines the power of industry and organizations to provide a fully scalable solution to reduce the development costs of adopters and ensure interoperability between heterogeneous handsets and vehicles. Mirror Link technology is also a work of CCC, which links the screen implemented in information devices like smart phone to the navigation system of car as if it is mirrored.

Earlier, Apple filed a patent in 2015 for a technology that allows a car driver to open the car using an iPhone and start the engine.

Industries and organizations are putting up support.

"CCC's standards-based digital key specification demonstrates how the broad usability, ease of use and usability of NFC technology has enabled a breakthrough solution," said Paulla Hunter, NFC Forum Director. We are delighted that the specifications of the NFC Forum are laying the groundwork to provide the CCC standard and rich smart mobility opportunities. "

"We are proud to have already provided digital car key services to customers in many model series," said Wolf Bartha, Audi Vehicle Body Electronics Officer. "By standardizing our digital key solutions that comply with our security standards, We can lay the foundations for innovative service delivery on a broad base. "
"BMW is seeing high value in the standardized digital key ecosystem driven by the CCC," said Alexander Meyer of BMW. With all the benefits of Digital Key 2.0, we will be able to deliver a much better user experience to our customers with scalable solutions interoperable with all smart devices and vehicles. "

Volkswagen also said, "We supported and contributed to CCC's digital key standardization activities from day one. We are very pleased to see the rapid development of the specification and the release of version 1.0. We are proud that our customers will soon be providing innovative digital key services to our car customers. We look forward to working with CCC members to continue to develop and standardize version 2.0 and look forward to reaching more markets and customers. "

"Smart devices help promote new mobility," said Liner Roots, director of NXP Semiconductor Digital Keys and NFC. CCC combines leading smart devices and vehicle companies to enhance the security of next-generation vehicles. We are pleased to combine proven NFC technology and security elements to form the foundation for this vision. "

CCC's on-board digital keys are also supported by a number of leading companies in the digital security market, including digital security company Zemalto, which is developing fingerprint-aware bank cards.

"Zemarto has been supporting CCC's efforts to standardize digital keys more than two years," said Kristin Kaviglioli, vice president of Automotive and Mobility Services at Zemalto. "We are confident that the standardization of digital car keys will facilitate the digitization of mobility services such as car sharing, car rental and vehicle management," she said.
"We are very pleased with our industry's overwhelming response to our standardized digital key solution," said Mahfouz Rahman, president of the CCC. "We are already seeing products that use the digital key version 1.0 on the market. We believe the upcoming 2.0 release will have a bigger impact on the industry as it meets massive scalability. "



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