Hyundai presents its system BlueLink
General Motors has been the pioneer of telematics approach that enables modern technologies to infiltrate the world of the automobile or even take control of many items of the latter.
Thereafter, it was the turn of Ford with SYNC and My Ford systems come win with a different and most sophisticated technological approach. Toyota also just presented its Entune system at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas which can be managed by the smart phone of the owner of the vehicle. Kia has done the same with its UVO technology.
Also present at CES in Las Vegas, the system South Korean manufacturer incorporates many of the functionalities of the system OnStar GM, while still giving him more opportunities, including the use of Facebook.
The Blue Link system is divided into three complementary technological approaches. Among its many possibilities, it is one that will locate your vehicle in case of theft or even slow it down automatically if it was spotted by the police, so that they can stop the thieves.
There is also a function called "geofencing" that will send the owner a text message informing him that his vehicle has exceeded the area that had been previously delimited. A way like no other whether his Son or daughter keeps his word ...
This summer, the Hyundai Sonata is the first car brand to offer the BlueLink. It will be followed shortly by the new Veloster will be unveiled cutting its world premiere in Detroit next week.