The company will display 20+ production-ready advancements in electrification and auto components at the event.
The company announced it is planning to expand production facilities worldwide, including a new EV components plant for prompt supply to North American automakers.
The company will introduce next-generation braking and steering technology on a motor racing track.
Company aims to expand low-carbon products and technologies from the procurement of raw materials to recycling.
The new technology, ‘M. Brain’ identifies the driver’s state through brainwaves and helps to reduce accidents.
Axel Maschka is the first non-Korean C-Level executive to be appointed to the role.
The partnership aims to mass-produce a lidar system in 2021 for level 3 autonomous driving, targeting the Asia market first.
The company becomes the first to supply its radars and cameras to domestic commercial vehicles, taking the first step toward advancing the commercialized transport system.
Hyundai Mobis has succeeded in developing a camera monitoring system, poised to replace the side-view mirror with a set of cameras and monitors.
Hyundai Mobis has launched an open innovation center in Shenzhen, China, the second of its kind, following a location in Silicon Valley in the U.S.
This program will lay the groundwork for cooperation with 1,700 MIT startups and is expected to boost development of convergence technologies for future cars such as healthcare, ICT and advanced materials.
Hyundai Mobis is accelerating its plans for a full-scale collaboration with promising high-tech companies to become a global technology leader by reinforcing its competence in core technologies for future automotive vehicles.