New standard will let you unlock your car with a smartphone, a virtual key and NFC

New standard will let you unlock your car with a smartphone, a virtual key and NFC

The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) has published its Digital Key 1.0 specification, which will enable drivers to unlock their vehicles with their smartphones. This specification aims to allow drivers to download a digital key on their smart devices and use it to unlock compatible vehicles.

Carmakers who are part of the consortium include BMW, Hyundai, and Volkswagen Group, and smartphone manufacturers LG, Apple, and Samsung also form part of the organisation.

The Digital Key 1.0 release is focussed on the security of a smartphone-based virtual key system and uses close-range NFC technology to interface with a compatible vehicle, removing the possibility of remote hacking.

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New standard will let you unlock your car with a smartphone
The Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC) has published its Digital Key 1.0 specification, which will enable drivers to user their smartphones to unlock their vehicles.

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