The most advanced can-bus immobiliser system sold by Autowatch in the UK, The Ghost uses a series of buttons within your vehicle once the iginition is turned on in order to start the vehicle. Without this code being entered via a series of button presses the vehicle simply won’t start.
The Ghost is the world’s first aftermarket CAN bus immobiliser. Protect your car from theft like nothing else on the market today.
The Ghost protects your car from key-cloning, hacking, and even key theft. The only way a thief could take a Ghost protected car is by physically towing it away, even then they will never be able to drive it! The Ghost has no key-fobs or LED indications to give away its location. The Ghost uses the buttons in your vehicle such as those on the steering wheel, door panels or centre console, to allow you to make a unique, changeable, PIN code sequence that must first be entered before you can drive your car. Just like your credit card but you can make your car PIN even safer by making it up to 20 presses long!
However, we did not settle there! In order to make extreme security also be hassle free, we have created an iPhone application that connects to your car and allows you to get in and drive without having to enter the PIN code. This iPhone pairing allows a single, authorised, connection with a secret pairing code that is unique to every Ghost and communication between the Ghost and the iPhone is encrypted. All you have to do is pair your iPhone with your Ghost, leave the Autowatch Ghost application running in the background with Bluetooth enabled and you can drive conveniently and securely.
Immobilisation by communicating with the ECU
PIN code via buttons on steering wheel / dash
Undetectable using diagnostics
Cannot be bypassed using standard theft methods
No radio frequency signals
No additional fobs (commercial vehicle option allows for fobs)
Uses the on-board CAN data network
Unique user changeable PIN code
Service / Valet mode means the PIN code is never compromised
Secure, unique emergency code should the PIN be forgotten