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Dear Prof Scott

It may or may not be useful but is it possible to design and develop a Smartphone Car Lock / UnLock Keys Software Application which will allow the car door lock as well as unlock car door lock ?.

The Smartphone Hardware will be modified to support RFID Technology.

The Smartphone will have Two Button keys for Locking and unlocking the Car Door.

Thanks & Regards,

Prashant S Akerkar

Yes, I'm pretty sure its possible. Life is starting to remind me of that movie where everything was under the control of one remote. I don't remember the title, but it was such a powerful remote control that it aged the people using it as a side affect. I'm not sure if a remote would really do that, but it was cute for a movie.

Just think about it - one remote could be designed to control the car, the lights, the heat, the phone, and whatever else was thought of.

The lock we have for our car unlocks whichever side a person is on when they click the unlock button once. It unlocks the far side as well if it is clicked twice. Perhaps they will have another button soon for turning on the car in the drive way so it could be warmed up ... and who knows what else.

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