Mobis is a mobility company delivering integrated platforms that combine software and hardware. Mobis – redefined as MObility Beyond Integrated Solution – will aim to offer integrated solutions leveraging core technologies in electrification, autonomous driving and connectivity.
Mobis announced the development of a level 3 integrated autonomous driving controller utilizing Snapdragon Ride Platforms by Qualcomm. Mobis will also develop a software platform for which the controller will be the key component for implementing all levels (including level-3 or higher) of autonomous driving.
Mobis is also debuting new purpose-built vehicle concepts
M.Vision TO offers scalable shapes and sizes to meet different purposes and extends freedom of movement, including crab driving and zero-turn with 90 degrees rotating wheel. It supports a wide range of user-specific applications from driving in narrow downtown streets or transporting cargo.
M.Vision HI is designed for leisure, relaxation, and outdoor activities. The glass of the vehicle can be used as a large display screen to watch movies or even enjoy online shopping. It features gaze-assisted remote control technology that utilizes the eyes of the user as the controller, allowing them to appreciate the content without any additional manipulation.
Hyundai Mobis expects its development completion in the first half of 2023. The company prospects increased orders from global automakers for autonomous driving and ADAS(Advanced Driver Assistance System).
Moving forward, Hyundai Mobis will continue to strengthen close cooperative relationships with various partners in order to secure new technologies for future mobility. Recently, Hyundai Mobis teamed up with Ottopia, an Israeli start-up, to develop a remote support solution for self-driving, targeting the fully autonomous driving market of level 4 or higher.
Hyundai Mobis’ long-term goal and key strategy for New Mobis is to become a Mobility Platform Provider that offers integrated solutions by combining core technologies in electrification, autonomous driving, and connectivity.
This future growth strategy is well demonstrated in M.VISION TO, the future PBV concept model unveiled by Hyundai Mobis at this year’s CES. M.VISION TO is an electrification-based autonomous vehicle with an integrated solution of combining its drive module battery system to pillar modules centered on e-corner system, autonomous driving sensor and communication lighting.