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According to industry sources, the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) group, which Samsung and Apple are part of, will launch a 'Digital Key 1.0' system that can use smartphones as a car key, (Local time).
According to CCC, digital key 1.0 allows you to open, lock and start your car through the smartphone app. Because it uses Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, it can be used even a few steps away from the car.
In addition, other settings allow you to have access to your car even with someone else's smartphone. This technology is expected to be used in emergencies, ballet parking and car sharing industry. "The digital key we provide is very popular with a lot of people," said Maffir Rahman, CCC group president.
Leading global innovation for smartphone-based automotive connectivity solutions, the CCC Group is an organization in Oregon, USA that focuses on developing systems such as 'digital keys' using smartphones to help people get more comfortable with their cars. . CCC is also known as MirrorLink ™, a solution that links bi-directional links between smartphones and in-car displays.
Rahman said he has "the best security system" for Digital Key 1.0, and showed strong confidence in the security issues people might be worried about. "We used the same NFC chips used in our existing Android and iOS smartphones and based on TSM (Trusted Service Manager), so we have thorough security from start to finish even when connected to mobile apps," he said.
The digital key service can be used for all vehicles belonging to the CCC group such as Hyundai Motor, Audi and BMW. Volvo cars have also been applied for, but have not been commercialized yet.
The CCC group has already begun developing the next step, 'Digital Key 2.0'. The market launch date is scheduled for the first quarter of 2019. Rahman said, "Digital Key 1.0 already boasts a strong influence in the market." Digital Key 2.0 is expected to have even greater impact. "
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