Hyundai Mobis to develop full range of autonomous driving sensors by 2020; new efforts in radar

Supplier Hyundai Mobis plans to develop a full range of sensors to support autonomous by 2020 with the goal of leading the global market.

The company made the announcement at its new proving ground, which opened last June in Seosan, South Korea, as a test bed for new technologies.

 

The company will increase its R&D investment cost from the current level of 7% of its parts sales to 10% by 2021. It will also invest 50% of it in ICT (information and communication technology), which is closely related to autonomous driving, expanding related R&D workforce and infrastructure and actively promoting technical partnerships with global companies.

 

We are aggressively investing in autonomous driving technologies. We will also increase our R&D workforce for autonomous driving from the current level of 600 to over 1,000 by 2021 and increase the number of M.Billy, our global autonomous test vehicles, from 3 to 20 by next year.

 

—Yang Seung-wook, Executive VP of ICT R&D Center at Hyundai Mobis

 

Hyundai Mobis has signed a partnership to develop radars with German companies Smartmicro and ASTYX; the former jointly developed radars with TRW and Continental, and the latter with BMW and Autoliv.

 

Working with SMS and ASTYX, Hyundai Mobis will develop five radars for autonomous cars, which can allow cars to detect 360° around them by the end of this year and begin full-fledged production by 2021. The company will cooperate with SMS for entry-level front and side radars and with ASTYX for high-performance front radars. It will also complete a joint R&D project with Seoul National University for radar target distinguishment.

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Veröffentlichung:
24. Mai 2018

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