Access Control Systems

Providing effective security and more convenient vehicle access

As the leading supplier of access control systems, Continental develops innovative technologies that make it more convenient and access and start modern vehicles. Our product range starts off with simple Immobilizers and Remote Keyless Entry Systems (RKE), which are available as standard equipment on many of today’s vehicles. More sophisticated systems allow for completely new convenience functions. These include Passive Start and Entry Systems (PASE™), Bidirectional Keys and Digital Keys with Near Field Communication (NFC). Also the combination with a technology like Bluetooth is easily possible.

  • Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)
    Classic Access: Remote Keyless Entry
     

    Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) systems represent the standard solution for conveniently locking and unlocking by remote control.

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  • Passive Start & Entry
    Passive Start & Entry
     

    The Passive Start and Entry system allows to access the vehicle and start the engine without having to hold the key in your hand.

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  • Bidirectional Key
    Bidirectional Key
     

    This solution integrates comfort and security functions into conventional remote entry systems.

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  • Smart Device Access
    Smart Device Access
     

    Car access via smartphone and tablet.

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  • Biometric Access
    Biometric Access
     

    The Biometric Access System can be connected to further intelligent components/ systems and it serves as an enabler.

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  • Shadow Key
    Shadow Key
     

    Our Shadow Key or Gateway Keys transform your smartphone into a car key.

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  • Wearables
    Wearables
     

    Wearable key: always have your car key around your wrist.

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  • Start Stop Button
    Start Stop Button
     

    The Continental Start Stop Button provides a modern, sporty look & feel, and intuitive guidance for the driver.

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  • Immobilizer
    Immobilizer
     

    A vehicle equipped with an Immobilizer can be started only after the key has communicated with the transponder and been identified.

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