Perfectly Keyless. This is the name of the application developed by Bosch that turns the cell phone into a virtual key for the car and that allows it to be opened, closed and started without the traditional key.
The system uses a wireless connection with the sensors integrated in the car to measure the distance to the mobile and identify the security key, so that when the distance between the driver and the vehicle is less than two meters, the car door can be to unlock.
To use it, drivers must download an application on their mobile device and connect their vehicles to the system; the mobile will generate a unique security key that fits into the vehicle's digital lock.
Individual presets for the driver, such as rearview mirror and seat position, are activated with the app. In addition, if the system detects that the mobile device is in the vehicle, just by pressing the "start-stop" button, it will start.
At the end of the journey, once the driver and the mobile phone have moved more than two meters away from the car, the car is automatically blocked and the system sends a confirmation to the driver's mobile informing him of the operation.
If the phone is lost, the digital key can be deactivated over the Internet; this blocks access to the vehicle, both for authorized persons and third parties, and while a new key is generated for another device, the physical key will work.
For the system to work, car manufacturers must install proximity sensors in their vehicles to measure the distance between the driver's mobile phone and the car and a control unit to manage the digital security key and ensure that mobile, cloud and Vehicle systems communicate smoothly.
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