Monday, December 31, 2012

An All-Connecting Smartphone by 2015 that Replaces Car Keys

smartphone replacing car keys 
It seems as though smartphone manufactures are eager to facilitate everything that we do in our lives from booking a flight to searching for restaurant to now even opening our car doors with smartphones. South Korean Hyundai Motor Company has interestingly predicted smartphones to be developed in such a way that they become replacements to car keys. All this will happen by 2015. Not only will doors be swung open, but engines could be started with near-field communication tag.

Besides all this, the very “super” smartphone that these innovative market experts predict about will be able to automatically detect a phone to stream our favourite music, phone contacts and radio station preferences without a hurdle. The settings at the seat and mirror sides will also change accordingly with the driver and passengers.
There will be no need of re-charging because the battery will wirelessly charge positioned at the centre console. Hyundai is interested in such a “super” smartphone and wants to get consumers excited about such a product in the very near future, likely by 2015.
According to Hyundai Motor Europe’s official:
“With this technology, Hyundai is able to harness the all-in-one functionality of existing smartphone technology and integrate it into everyday driving in a seamless fashion.”
It sure would be wonderful to be able to have such an all-connecting device at hand, but what about any fallout? Could there be anything wrong in having so much in one place?

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