keyless


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lacking or not requiring a key

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Because a mobile is, in the words of Dr Daniel Kornek, a senior manager in Bosch's Project Perfectly Keyless, a "unique identifier", the cloud-based technology can do more than simply unlock the vehicle.
It also has the capability to block signals transmitted by contactless cards, modern passports and more importantly during this operation; keyless car fobs, preventing would-be thieves and identity fraudsters.
According to the Derby Telegraph, authorities call the case a 'relay crime' for the use of relay boxes to exploit keyless technology.
Keyless entry, start-stop and connected phone apps are not a rarity.
The report indicates that passive keyless entry systems are exceptionally advanced systems in the automotive world.
Although keyless ignition systems have been around for 20 years and are available on autos of all makes and models, and at all price points, there are some concerns about safety and security.
It claims that automakers have long known the risks of keyless ignition, available in USA since 2003.
55 lakh vehicles in India in its largest such exercise in the country to fix wiring problems linked to a remote keyless entry accessory.
Keyless entry systems used to be fitted only to upmarket luxury models and were targeted by car thieves.
For more information on keyless entries at W Doha Hotel & Residences, kindly click here -- SPG Keyless.
A CAR-HACKING crimewave is sweeping Britain as gangs use cheap technology to steal modern keyless motors.
An elderly couple in New Zealand almost died after being trapped in their new keyless car for 13 hours.
Starwood Hotels & Resort's keyless mobile technology, which allows guests to unlock their hotel rooms using their smartphone, has received the ultimate endorsement - from the man who co-founded Apple.
Provider of door opening solutions ASSA ABLOY (STO:ASSAB) announced on Friday that its ASSA ABLOY Mobile Access for Hospitality has gone live with Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc's introduction of SPG Keyless, a keyless entry system allowing Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) members to use their smartphone as a key.
NYSE: HOT) said it is introducing SPG Keyless, a mobile and keyless entry system that allows guests to use their smartphone as a key.