Controlling Car through your Mobile Phone
06 Jun 2005-Advances in Automobile Engineering (OMICS International)-Vol. 2015, Iss: 1, pp 1-4
TL;DR: This project will provide a viable, cheap and efficient substitute to the various technologies present such as passive entry scheme, remote controlled entry (RF signal) which is costly.
Abstract: Automotive electronics is the fields which have evolved over the years. Earlier we used to have majority mechanical parts in a car but with government stressing more on the rule that companies must adhere to EURO VI (European emission standards) norms it has gradually shifted towards electronics covering sections like infotainment of a car to a basic engine(fuel injector). As we go ahead with this revolution, this paper focuses on a cheap and viable way to control your car through mobile. To keep it simpler, this paper will tell you how to interface a microcontroller (ATMEGA328) with CAN (Controller Area Network) bus, hence communicating with the car and performing operations (ignition ON, operations related to HVAC system). This project will provide a viable, cheap and efficient substitute to the various technologies present such as passive entry scheme, remote controlled entry (RF signal) which is costly. This method is much safer because it will use a GSM model and hence the message to operate the car is only with the user making it impossible for any other person to use it without user’s consent. It can also have a GPRS module which tells the position of the car to the user whenever the user demands to, making it a product which supplements the needs of today’s technologically dominated world.
•01 Nov 2016
TL;DR: In this paper, the authors present an example apparatus for vehicle HVAC control, which includes a portable device interface of a vehicle and a processor to communicate with a handheld device.
Abstract: Methods and apparatus for vehicle HVAC control are disclosed. A disclosed example apparatus includes a portable device interface of a vehicle, the portable device interface to be communicatively coupled with a portable device, a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) control system of the vehicle, where the HVAC control system is to be communicatively coupled to the portable device interface. The example apparatus also includes a processor to control the HVAC control system based on signals received at the portable device interface from the portable device.
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