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Hyundai cars have learned to plant from smart watches

Hyundai cars have learned to plant from smart watches

Hyundai cars have learned to plant from smart watches

Hyundai has expanded the capabilities of Blue Link – now cars that support this technology, you can remotely start with Smart watches.

Suffice it to say given command in wristwatches and car parking helpfully warms saloon owner.

However, in this scheme, and there is some interaction nuances.

Hyundai cars have learned to plant from smart watches

Firstly, in order to take advantage of new technology, you must be the owner of a smartphone and smart watches with OS Android, which are able to work with a proprietary application. Second, watch and phone, you need to synchronize with each other over Bluetooth, because this bunch interaction between car and driver is through the Internet, and watch serve only a device for voice commands. And thirdly, the new technology will initially be available only to US residents.

Hyundai cars have learned to plant from smart watches

According to the Korean brand, with advanced functions of the human-vehicle, car owners will have features that were previously only possible in science fiction movies. “The application is very easy to use. Simply click on the icon on the touch screen and hours needed to say a voice command. In particular, you can remotely start, open or close the door and activate the “Find Your Car” and turn on / off lights, “- noted in the press release Hyundai .

Over time, the service will be able to take advantage of renewed owners of all models of the brand Hyundai , in which the system is installed Blue Link. However, initially updated software will appear in the Elantra GT and Veloster. A new application for smart hours will be free in-store Play Store.

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