Taking the automotive technology a way ahead of its time, the Korean automaker, Hyundai, has launched the Android wear app for controlling cars. The company has published the press releases regarding its Android app development and has finally announced that it will showcase its new Hyundai Blue Ink app for Android wear in CES 2015 next week. There are not many details about the design and publishing of Blue Ink, except for the outline for this Android wear app. The app will be compatible with all legal android wear devices.
This app will be able to monitor multiple features at a time and will remotely start your car. Alongside, there will be features for locking and unlocking the door remotely using the Android Bluetooth technology or Wi-Fi protocols. The app will app will also be powered by the navigation algorithms so that it can help finding car in crowded parking lot. The interaction of the app will be via tap and voice command, nicely focusing on minimal use of the interface. For security reasons, the app has also been given the power to stop the engine remotely even at a larger distance, thus, protecting cars from many mishaps.
However, the remote engine stop will be possible only if the model is in remote engine start mode. Remote light control and horn buzz will be among useful features of Hyundai Blue Ink android wear app. Side by side, it will be useful during emergency situations as well, for giving call to roadside assistance or BlueInk. The app will be available for all Blue Ink car models, planned to launch this year, while the app will be available on official Google Play stores right from the first quarter of this year. Mixed response of such apps has been noticed in survey report with prime question of security.