Secure car access: when proximity is the key

November 14, 2012 // By Gerry O\'Grady
Picture the scene. It’s late at night, dark, raining. A tired businesswoman approaches her car in the airport car-park, and sighs wearily as she puts down her files, laptop and luggage, searching through her bags and jacket for her key fob to unlock her car.

In the adjacent car-parking space, her colleague – similarly burdened down with files, laptop and luggage - simply walks to her car reaches out and the car boot unlocks as she opens it. She places her luggage in the boot, sits into the driving seat, presses the start button and salutes her struggling colleague as she drives away.

Read the full article on page 24 of our November digital edition.