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Smart Home and Car Security Systems

Smart home and car security systems are a new and emerging technology aimed at integrating smart devices and systems, and GoCO offers innovative and comprehensive security solutions. With the proliferation of home IoT, monitoring and controlling the security of homes and cars has become easier.


Smart car anti-theft measures include alarm systems, tracking systems, and remote control systems, allowing car owners to monitor and control their cars from their smartphones. On the other hand, smart home security systems include functions such as video doorbells, smart locks, and security cameras, which can be monitored and controlled from smartphone apps. These systems can detect potential security threats and alert car owners in real-time, providing additional security and peace of mind.


By integrating smart home and car security systems, car owners can create a seamless security network to monitor and protect their property from potential threats.

Protecting Your Vehicle From Theft


car stolen in 2022 in UK

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of stolen car never recovered

on average,
a vehicle is stolen

Every 10 mins


of car crime occurs during the evening or at night

More than


of stolen vehicles is Keyless entry

What Is Keyless Car Theft?

A “keyless car” does not have a traditional metal key to open the doors (at least, not as the primary way to gain entry) or start the motor — instead, a digital fob, card or smartphone app is used to gain entry, and as long as the digital key is detected inside the car, a push button on the inside allows the car to be powered up.

Keyless car theft is when a thief accesses and steals your vehicle without the possessing the original fob or card. This is by tricking the car into believing the digital key is being used. There are several different methods of doing this, which we’ve listed below.

Five Common Ways
Used by Car Theft

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Thieves use wireless transmitters held up to the front door or window of a house, to capture the signal from a genuine digital key and relay it to a target, allowing the target car to be unlocked

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A device transmitting on the same radio frequency as remote key fobs is used to jam the signal that locks the car. When car owners press the lock button on their key fob, the command is prevented from reaching their vehicle and it remains unlocked — the thieves are left with an open door.

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Key Programming

Computer hackers have developed devices that plug into the port, boot up a vehicle’s software and then program a blank key fob. In keyless cars this can be used to start the engine as well as unlock the doors.