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Mark Peters : March 11th 2010 - 11:00 CET

Wireless Vehicle Communication


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SK TelecomSK Telecom mobile in Vehicle application : Some years ago, the ‘wireless’ phenomenon came about, and nowadays people cannot go without it. Some cannot even imagine what daily life would be like without wireless communication! Wireless is continuously being developed, and companies such as SK Telecom presented applications during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, that caused amazement. According to SK Telecom, this is just a smart example of well thought-out wireless technology. The so-called Mobile in Vehicle application makes it possible to start your car with your smartphone, or even perform diagnostics or diverse functions.
Wireless vehicle

Wireless vehicle communication
Car owners’ normal actions are easy to describe: open the door, get in, start the engine, turn on the headlights and the journey can begin. SK Telecom, Korea’s largest cell phone provider, has put these actions together and made one innovative technological action out of it.

Mobile in Vehicle

SK Telecom Mobile in Vehicle
What do you think about the possibility of performing the described actions with a Smartphone? You may feel a bit like James Bond 007, but if it’s up to SK Telecom, everyone can do this pretty soon.

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SK Telecom & Renault Samsung Motors
During the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, SK Telecom together with Renault Samsung Motors, demonstrated the MIV (Mobile in Vehicle) technology with a deluxe sedan, the SM7. This car is equipped with the MIV technology so that the car owner can partially control his car with his smartphone. The vehicle was parked outside of hall 8, where SK Telecom demonstrated the Mobile in Vehicle technology on a large multi-screen.

Wireless vehicle operation

Wireless vehicle operation
According to Ha Sung-min, president of the Mobile Network Operator Department of SK Telecom, Renault Samsung Motors and SK Telecom have worked hard on this innovative wireless vehicle communication technology for the past 3 years. Now it is time to make the technology available to the consumer and to bring it to the market.

Vehicle

Wireless vehicle software
The software can be downloaded from an App Store and then the car owner can start his vehicle with his cell phone. According to SK Telecom, it is expected that the MIV technology will be available for consumer use next year.

Wireless vehicle communications
Photo : SK Telecom Wireless Vehicle Communication




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