LG Innotek announces Digital Key module that will make car keys dysfunctional

LG Innotek announces Digital Key module that will make car keys dysfunctional

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LG Innotek has announced the development of a new digital car key module with a much lower margin of error than similar ones. The module can be easily installed inside or outside the vehicle, thus eliminating the need for physical switches.

LG Innotek, one of LG's subsidiaries, which is currently on the agenda with the announcement that it may withdraw from the smartphone industry, announced that it has developed a brand new Switch system for cars. This system comes across as a module that can interact with mobile devices, only the size of a nail. The system with Ultra-broadband technology is likely to eliminate the need to use switches.

Built by LG Innotek, the module can be installed anywhere inside or outside the vehicle. When the car owner identifies this module with each other with the phone he is using, the need for a physical key disappears. In this way, the experience of car-owning consumers is further improved. As a result, millions of keys that must be generated with this type of module become dysfunctional.

The proliferation of such modules could save automakers millions of dollars

Ryu In-soo, executive director of LG Innotek, made a statement on the issue. According to In-soo, the error margin of the produced module is much lower than its counterparts, which will offer great advantages for automakers. In addition, the approach of such modules will offer savings of millions of dollars to automakers who produce two switches for each car produced.

According to a research company called Strategy Analytics, the car world is becoming increasingly digital. As a result, the use of digital keys is also becoming widespread every day, and according to the company's forecasts, digital keys will be used in 28.9 million cars by 2025. Here is the module produced by LG Innotek, which looks like it will put an end to the hegemony of digital switches used in vehicles.

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