Personal Car Communicator

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A Personal Car Communicator (PCC) is a system of protection in a key fob developed by Volvo.

The Personal Car Communicator was first introduced by the company in the new S80 sedan for model year 2007. The personal car communicator uses a two-way radio communicator, allowing the vehicle owner to check such security items as the locking status of the vehicle. Most notable is the ability of a heart beat monitor that checks if someone is left inside the car.

External links[edit]

Ansaldo, Mike (June 6, 2007). "Safety is Key with Volvo's Personal Car Communicator". Wired News. Retrieved 2009-09-14.