Keyless entry/ computerized driver id/ passkey technology.
Remote keyless entry systems are formulated to offer remote permission for entry or the opposite to premises and motor vehicles without physically inserting a key. These technologies allow the user to open or lock entry points at a given distance from the building or motor vehicle with the help of an electronic key which communicates with an electronically enabled lock system via the relay of radio frequency signals. The electronic key serves as a transmitter and the electronic lock system bears a receiver circuit. Keyless systems in motor vehicles were first introduced into the market in the early 80s. They are applied in door locks systems and motor vehicle ignition systems (Maxim Integrated, 2005).
Computerized driver identification card is basically a smart card. A smart card contains an embedded electronic computer chip. The electronic computer chip is used t