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Defining the Future for Smart Key
- ID: 2488768
- August 2012
- 38 Pages
Availability of systems has doubled on new passenger cars since 2010…
As smart key systems reach a critical time in their development, SBD draws together its knowledge and research to define the future for smart key technology in this new report.
Availability of smart key systems has doubled in Europe since 2010 and the rise in split smart start and smart entry systems has helped increase fitment rates to over 15% on all new passenger cars. But does this mean that a future strategy of standard smart start systems with smart entry as optional is a viable long-term solution for OEMs and customers? Also, what impact will smartphones and in-vehicle telematics services have on the role of smart key systems in the car?
Designed as part of the SBD Secure Car research package into the next generation of smart key systems, this report analyses the latest in OEM, supplier and customer trends, setting out the development direction for the next five years of smart keys.
Fitment of smart key systems in Europe has been increasing steadily since the introduction of Keyless Go on the 1999 Mercedes-Benz S-Class and there are now several manufacturers who offer smart key on model ranges in the European market.
Smart Key technologies and fitment strategies continue to evolve in Europe, as various OEMs learn different lessons from the deployment of their first generation solutions.
This report brings together the key results of our European Smart Key Database and our European Smart Key End-user Survey and compares them against our previous research in these areas.
The report analyses the market trends for smart key, the evolution of consumer requirements for these systems and the potential directions this technology could go in the future.
This report will help you:
- Identify the latest trends in smart key systems across Europe.
- Gain the insight into what customers really want from smart key technology and the subtle differences between markets.
- Learn how to balance theft prevention, cost reduction and end-user convenience with your system design.
- Plan your development strategy for the future generation smart key systems.
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2.Smart Key From Past To Present
2.2 OEM Trends
2.2.2. Fitment Strategies
2.3 Supplier Trends
2.4 Feature Trends
2.5 Consumer Trends
3. The Outlook For Smart Key Systems
3.1 Reducing Cost
3.1.1. Reducing Antennae
3.1.2. Split Systems
3.1.3. System Integration
3.2 Improving Convenience
3.2.1. Handle Design
3.2.2. Walk Away Locking
3.2.3. Automatic Unlocking
3.3 Maintaining Security
4. Preparing For The Long-Term Future
David Green Project Manager – Consulting Division
David graduated from Cardiff University with an honours degree in Mechanical Engineering. He has worked on a wide range projects across the area of vehicle security and was previously responsible for managing the UK insurance group rating process for one of SBD's major clients. He is now responsible for monitoring all the latest news developments in vehicle security, insurance requirements and theft trends across the globe to keep our client base up to date. David is SBD's expert on Smart Key technology and leads many of our benchmarking, research and analysis projects on the subject.