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Opening and starting wi… Busy commuting, driver A does not take his car keys when he leaves the house. When you put your smartphone on the handle of the vehicle, the door opens with the sound of 'pivic'. Putting your smartphone on the driver's seat wireless charger pad and pressing the 'Start' button will start the car. It is not a story of the future. Hyundai Mobis plans to develop 'NFC Smart Key' using proximity wireless communication (NFC) technology and mass-produce it in 2019. Proximity wireless communication is a technology capable of bi-directional data transmission / reception between terminals within a distance of 10 cm. Hyundai Mobis has developed an NFC smart key that can be used as a smart key for a car by installing an app on a smart phone that supports proximity wireless communication technology. Hyundai Mobis is the only company in Korea to complete the development of this technology. Only a handful of companies have acquired relevant technology worldwide. In the IT field, it is widely used for electronic payment and financial transactions such as traffic card, credit card, membership card, etc. However, there are few cases of application of technology in the field of automobiles. Proximity wireless communication is a technology capable of bi-directional data transmission / reception between terminals within a distance of 10 cm. Hyundai Mobis has developed an NFC smart key that can be used as a smart key for a car by installing an app on a smart phone that supports proximity wireless communication technology. Hyundai Mobis is the only company in Korea to complete the development of this technology. Only a handful of companies have acquired relevant technology worldwide. In the IT field, it is widely used for electronic payment and financial transactions such as traffic card, credit card, membership card, etc. However, there are few cases of application of technology in the field of automobiles. What should I do when I need to use my car with someone else? An NFC smart key can give a vehicle owner a key authorization to a third party, such as a spouse. If you need permission, you can install the app on your smartphone and go through the verification process. At this time, the owner may give up only a part of the authority and prevent the risk of accident caused by unreasonable use of the vehicle. For example, a third party could have the car write at a certain time, or the door might open but not start. Hyundai Mobis developed a 'certified controller' that uses data encryption technology and authentication technology in preparation for the risk that the smart key will be hacked and the car stolen. Highly encrypted car and smartphone information prevents hacking programs from reading information and accurately verifies whether the car and smartphone owner match up. For more complete security, MOBIS plans to verify security threats even after product launches. http://biz.khan.co.kr/khan_art_view.html?artid=201803281642001&code=920508#csidx2b3b3337f0ad73bae4e0d2b58e82346
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A car that can be used to open and open the car door without a key using a phone is being developed, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported Wednesday. The rugged keychain or electronic key needed to open the car door and start it is now in the same position as the cassette to enter the list of antiques to be found in car history books. Several major auto parts suppliers have developed a system that can connect to a smart phone and open the door without a key. Car manufacturers also offer mobile apps that allow drivers to open or start the car remotely, but now the electronic key must be in the car before the car can move. However, if you lose your electronic key, it will be cumbersome and expensive to replace. Denso Corp., a Japanese auto parts company, announced today that it has acquired InfiniteKey Inc., a US-based software startup with patented technology that allows smartphones to open doors without a key. This key-free technology can quickly spread through Denso's extensive supply network. "Vehicles with Denso's new technology will be available to dealers in 2019," said Bill Foy, senior vice president of Denso's US operations. Hotels and other businesses are also researching smartphone apps that replace traditional keys. Keyless cars are the latest in a series of innovations that make old standard car parts obsolete, from wire antennas to dangling fuel tank caps. Manufacturers of these components also need to keep pace with this new technology. Vehicle antennas with sophisticated wireless connectivity do not appear hidden in roof mounted 'shark fins', and in newer models cars do not have caps on fuel tanks. Parts maker Martinrea International Inc., who contributed to the market with a cap-less fuel filler 10 years ago, says that 30 percent of cars sold in North America are equipped with screw cap tanks. In addition, cigarette lighters, compact disc players and spare tires are just some of the things that will remain in the foreseeable future. The keys to the car made of metal gave way to a thick electronic key or push-button, and now it's time for them to disappear. http://www.econovill.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=328505
최고관리자  |  10-22
The biggest rival in the smartphone market Samsung and Apple are expected to use the same kind of 'digital key'. Two companies are participating in a technology development consortium that can use smart phones like car keys. 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. " http://www.newsis.com/view/?id=NISX20180622_0000343723&cID=13001&pID=13000
최고관리자  |  10-22
When the driver puts the smartphone on the handle of the car door, the near-field wireless communication (NFC) receiver mounted inside the door recognizes the signal of the smartphone and opens the door. After sitting on the driver's seat, put the smart phone on the car stand, press the start button, the wireless charging starts and the car and the smartphone are connected with Bluetooth. As NFC technology is applied to car keys, driving habits are changing rapidly. According to the industry on November 11, NFC technology, which was developed in 2002 and used mainly for transportation cards and credit card payments, has been expanded to car keys, and smart phones are turning into car keys. NFC is a kind of electronic tag (RFID) that transmits and receives bidirectional data by bringing two or more terminals close to each other. In the second half of last year, Mercedes-Benz E-Class was the first to adopt the first type of digital key using NFC. Hyundai Mobis participated in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas in January and introduced the NFC-enabled digital key system. When NFC technology is applied to a car key, the driver automatically adjusts the seat according to the driver's body type, and the smartphone screen cooperates with the display of the car to reproduce the usual favorite music according to the driver's voice command. When you turn off the car, you can see the status of the car, the driving record, and the parking position, etc. The proliferation of car digital keys has a side to prepare for the expansion of 'car sharing' service, which will be coming soon. If autonomous vehicles become commonplace, autonomous vehicles can be obtained in a short time through smartphone applications, and it is more convenient to share the car than to own it. It is an analysis that digital key using smart phone will be utilized for such car sharing. In some cases, there is a concern that smartphones can become targets of hackers if they replace their car keys. However, it is safe to apply advanced encryption techniques used in financial settlement to automobile digital keys http://www.hankookilbo.com/News/Read/201809101443388972
최고관리자  |  10-22
Busy commuting, driver A does not take his car keys when he leaves the house. When you put your smartphone on the handle of the vehicle, the door opens with the sound of 'pivic'. Putting your smartphone on the driver's seat wireless charger pad and pressing the 'Start' button will start the car. It is not a story of the future. Hyundai Mobis plans to develop 'NFC Smart Key' using proximity wireless communication (NFC) technology and mass-produce it in 2019. Proximity wireless communication is a technology capable of bi-directional data transmission / reception between terminals within a distance of 10 cm. Hyundai Mobis has developed an NFC smart key that can be used as a smart key for a car by installing an app on a smart phone that supports proximity wireless communication technology. Hyundai Mobis is the only company in Korea to complete the development of this technology. Only a handful of companies have acquired relevant technology worldwide. In the IT field, it is widely used for electronic payment and financial transactions such as traffic card, credit card, membership card, etc. However, there are few cases of application of technology in the field of automobiles. Proximity wireless communication is a technology capable of bi-directional data transmission / reception between terminals within a distance of 10 cm. Hyundai Mobis has developed an NFC smart key that can be used as a smart key for a car by installing an app on a smart phone that supports proximity wireless communication technology. Hyundai Mobis is the only company in Korea to complete the development of this technology. Only a handful of companies have acquired relevant technology worldwide. In the IT field, it is widely used for electronic payment and financial transactions such as traffic card, credit card, membership card, etc. However, there are few cases of application of technology in the field of automobiles. What should I do when I need to use my car with someone else? An NFC smart key can give a vehicle owner a key authorization to a third party, such as a spouse. If you need permission, you can install the app on your smartphone and go through the verification process. At this time, the owner may give up only a part of the authority and prevent the risk of accident caused by unreasonable use of the vehicle. For example, a third party could have the car write at a certain time, or the door might open but not start. Hyundai Mobis developed a 'certified controller' that uses data encryption technology and authentication technology in preparation for the risk that the smart key will be hacked and the car stolen. Highly encrypted car and smartphone information prevents hacking programs from reading information and accurately verifies whether the car and smartphone owner match up. For more complete security, MOBIS plans to verify security threats even after product launches. http://biz.khan.co.kr/khan_art_view.html?artid=201803281642001&code=920508#csidx2b3b3337f0ad73bae4e0d2b58e82346
최고관리자  |  10-22
Currently, there are several companies that support the use of smart phones as a remote control key, including Tesla. However, they are not compatible with other automobiles because they announce technologies that are only applicable to their cars. Cars can be used for longer than 10 years, and in the worst case, if you do not support it on a replaced smartphone, you may not be able to use the key function at all. On June 20, the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) unveiled the Digital Key standard 1.0, which includes a number of smartphone makers and automotive manufacturers. If you install an app that supports this standard on your smartphone, you can open the car door or start it. If you attempt to open the car door in any other way than the digital key, the door will not open. This technology has adopted high security technology. For example, an automobile manufacturer uses an existing secure system to send digital key information to the owner's smartphone. When unlocking the car from the outside, short-distance NFC is used to prevent eavesdropping. Audi, BMW, GM, Hyundai, Volkswagen and other auto makers participated in the announcement. In addition, parts companies such as Panasonic, Alps Electric, Continental Automotive, Denso, NXP and Qualcomm also participated. CCC has already begun drafting the Digital Key 2.0 specification and plans to build a structure to ensure interoperability of protocols and devices for mutual authentication between automobiles and smartphones with the aim of the first quarter of 2019. Digital keys are very convenient for people who often lose their car keys because they only need a smartphone. In addition, many users can download key information common to the smartphone in the car sharing service, and the usage period and the available time can be set. Car rental service companies will also be able to add convenience to management. http://betanews.heraldcorp.com:8080/article/877415.html
최고관리자  |  10-22
Nowadays, NFC technology is deep in our lives. You can easily pay with one tag, listen to your favorite music with tags, share photos with tags, and output various materials. But do you know there is a technology that uses NFC communication to use the same key as a smart key as a smartphone app? How NFC smart keys work and can be commercialized today What is NFC? First, let's look at NFC. NFC is near-field communication. NFC is short-range wireless communication. NFC is one of the radio tag (RFID) technologies that use the frequency band of 13.56MHz and can use both data reading and writing functions. Because the communication distance is as short as 10cm, the security is relatively superior and the price is low. It is similar to conventional short distance communication technology such as Bluetooth, but it does not have to go through a complicated setting process like Bluetooth. Currently, NFC is widely used for electronic payment and financial transactions such as transportation card, credit card, membership card, etc. Also, NFC technology is applied to wireless speaker, camera, printer, oven and so on. What is the principle of NFC smart keys? Nowadays, there is a generalization of the Remote Keyless Entry, which allows you to lock or unlock the car door at a distance from the car. This feature eliminates the need to get close to the car or turn the key to unlock the car. Recently, NFC smart key technology has been further developed here. The NFC smart key function is a technology that adds a short distance wireless communication technology to the remote key function, and it uses the antenna installed in the vehicle to locate the smart key held by the driver. If you put the app on the smartphone that supports NFC technology and put it on the door handle, it will be unlocked with the sound of 'pivic'. If you put your smartphone on the separately installed wireless charger pad after boarding the driver's seat, You can press to start. In addition, technology that automatically adjusts the seat position and the backrest position according to the driver's body information registered on the smartphone is also developed. All of these principles of operation are NFC technology, with car door handles and antennas that receive NFC signals in the wireless charger pads, allowing communication between the car and the smartphone. The antenna can be mounted anywhere inside the vehicle, and it can be positioned at your convenience. What is the commercialization of NFC smart keys? There is still the ability to lock and unlock car doors using a smartphone. If you use a car sharing service such as 'Soka' or 'Green Car', you can use the smartphone app to close the car door and sound the horn to locate the car, but you must have a car key to start the car. But The recently developed NFC smart key technology allows you to open and close the car door without a car key. And because NFC technology accurately determines the location of the smart key and activates the function, it does not cause the other person to unlock or start up when the smart key holder is away. One of the features of NFC SmartKeys is that you can easily turn your car over to someone else. So far, you have to pass a car key to take over your car, but with NFC smart key technology, you can pass a car usage right to a third party who wants to use your car with a smartphone app. The other party installs the app on their smartphone, authenticates, writes the car, uses the NFC feature to open and close the car door. Car owners can control third party smart key usage rights to prevent dangerous accidents such as accidents. They can be used only on specific days or time zones, or they can be opened but not allowed to start. The convenience of using the NFC smart key is good, but it also creates anxiety. To this end, Hyundai Mobis, which developed the NFC smart key technology, developed an authentication controller using the latest data encryption technology and authentication technology to encrypt the information of the car and the smartphone and accurately confirm their identity.
최고관리자  |  10-22