Hyundai Mobis to build second technical centre in India

WCN Editorial Team 14 Apr 2020 ASIA BUILDINGS

South Korea-based car parts company Hyundai Mobis has unveiled plans to expand its technical centre in India to strengthen its software development for autonomous vehicles.

The firm will build and operate the second technical centre in a new IT complex that is next to its first technical centre in Hyderabad, India.

The technical centre in India develops and validates many software programmes that are developed for vehicles and also collaborates with the technical centre in Korea.

The Indian technical centre works on automotive electronic parts that include IVI applications, airbag control units (ACUs), electronic braking systems (MEB5) and the AUTOSAR platform.

Hyundai Mobis said that the first technical centre validates and develops software for mass-production products that include In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) and chassis control systems (MDPS, ABS, electronic suspension, etc.).

It also validates and develops airbag control units (ACUs) and develops custom products for local customers.

The new facility will focus on the development of control logic for autonomous driving and parking as well as recognition algorithms for autonomous driving sensors such as camera, radar, lidar.

The firm aims to improve the accuracy of autonomous driving sensor data by developing a deep learning-based image recognition algorithm and signal processing algorithm.

With a total of more than 5,000 R&D employees, Hyundai Mobis has been building a global R&D network in Korea, the US, Germany, China and India.

The technical centre in North American focuses on the advanced development of elemental technologies for autonomous driving along with automatic lane change logic as well as driver status evaluation logic.

The European centre focuses on the development of core algorithms for autonomous driving that includes camera and radar sensors while the Korean centre establishes technical roadmaps and strategies, and leads technical development for future vehicles in cooperation with overseas technical centres.


Hyundai Mobis to build second technical centre in India to strengthen its software development for autonomous vehicles. (Credit: HYUNDAI MOBIS )

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