Earlier Yandex and Hyundai teamed together to jointly develop control systems for Level 4 and Level 5 autonomous vehicles, thus combining Yandex’s self-driving technologies with Hyundai Mobis’ extensive experience in the automobile industry. The collaboration also provides that the companies may expand into other areas of cooperation, hence developing joint products that will integrate Yandex technologies including speech, navigation, and mapping, among others.
Now, Hyundai Mobis announces to develop an independent DDREM system a technology that will allow riders to determine that the driver is fatigued and so automatic driving will take over to a safe place until an emergency service comes in rescue.
In terms of technology, we provide components, including electric vehicles, chassis, ADAS electromechanical products, infotainment, and lighting. Take the electric car business as an example. In addition to the battery core, MOBIS has production – Dr. Gregory Baratoff, Vice President, MOBIS
Hyundai Mobis is one of the ten largest automobile component manufacturers in the world. The company primarily focuses on new technologies and is developing its driverless vehicle, M. BILLY. Hyundai Mobis is an affiliate of the Hyundai Motor Group, one of the world’s top five car manufacturers and the maker of Hyundai, Kia, and Genesis cars. The facelifted Hyundai Creta is getting a good market response. The automatic variants are sold in fewer numbers compared to their manual siblings.
Hyundai also participated in the CES Asia 2019, presenting the automatic driving feature during the first media conference in China. This new feature will no doubt limit traffic accidents making the journey much safer.