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Korean car maker Hyundai has harnessed Cambridge technology for what it believes is a game changing vehicle security play.

Hyundai’s new digital key app is secured by Cambridge company Trustonic’s application protection safeguard. The digital key will launch with the all-new 2020 Hyundai Sonata in autumn.

Hyundai’s Digital Key is a downloadable smartphone app that can replace a traditional car key by leveraging Near Field Communication to detect an authorised smartphone.

An NFC antenna is located in the driver’s door handle for locking and unlocking while a second antenna for starting the engine is located in the wireless charging pad in the centre console.

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