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Cars Renault and Otodo develop tech that connects car to smart home

18:25  06 january  2020
18:25  06 january  2020 Source:   autocar.co.uk

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Renault has developed a new car - to - home connectivity service that aims to help its cars “blend into” its customers’ digital lives. Created in collaboration with Otodo , a French smart home connectivity company, the service allows drivers to control smart -capable objects in their home from their car and

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Renault has developed a new car-to-home connectivity service that aims to help its cars “blend into” its customers’ digital lives.

Created in collaboration with Otodo, a French smart home connectivity company, the service allows drivers to control smart-capable objects in their home from their car and vice versa.

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Drivers can select one of two options: Leaving Home, which puts their home to sleep (by reducing thermostats and turning off lights, for example) and Arriving Home, which switches devices back on. These are selected from the vehicle’s dashboard and can be customised to include different items or features via a smartphone app.

The service will be available in all Renault cars that have the latest Easy Link system, including the new Zoe, Clio and Captur.

Jean-François Labal, marketing and partnership head for connected cars and services at Renault, said: “With this service, we’re offering our customers a trailblazing experience and a completely secure system to connect their home’s connected objects to their vehicle. The interface to set it up is very intuitive, and it comes with two advantages: it’s automatic, so it makes life simpler, and it saves energy by switching lights and heating on and off as needed.”

Renault owners can control their home from the car

  Renault owners can control their home from the car Renault has teamed up with smart home company Otodo to enable Clio, Captur and Zoe owners to control their connected home from the car. The post Renault owners can control their home from the car appeared first on Motoring Research.

Once in the car , the driver would be able to access Alexa home automation functions using the Sync voice command system. In addition to Amazon Echo, Ford also announced that it is working with the Wink smart home platform to provide similar levels of voice commanded functionality for users of that

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The link between the car and devices at home is produced by Otodo, which has been developing the technological platform used since 2016.

Otodo's CEO, Eric Denoyer, said: “Our platform has enabled Groupe Renault to create a simple and universal link between smart cars and smart homes that works across brands and technologies. Very soon, everyone will be able to use this platform to organise their daily life from their car.”

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