Hyundai Mobis will present their advancements in vehicle parking innovation at the AutoSens Conference in Brussels, Belgium. The conference, focused on advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving, will take place from the 19th to the 21st and is attended by industry experts.
The new parking technology incorporates video-based sensors, ultrasonic sensors, and Surround View Monitor cameras to accurately measure vehicle location and mapping.
The next-generation parking control system by Hyundai Mobis is notable for its technological advancements and cost-effectiveness. It is developed without expensive radar or lidar sensors, relying solely on ultrasonic and SVM cameras.
A standout feature of this technology is the Memory Parking Assist (MPA). When a driver executes parking in the path learning mode, the vehicle learns this process itself, allowing for autonomous parking with just a single touch by the driver in that parking space.
This technology is expected to be well-received in countries where designated parking areas or private garages are common. Parking stress can be eliminated as remote parking in the same location is possible based on the previously learned driving paths.
Hyundai Mobis has enhanced their autonomous parking technology by implementing video-based sensor fusion, allowing vehicles to recognize parking lines even in empty parking spaces. This feature has been incorporated into various Kia and Hyundai models, including the SUV EV9, G90, GV60, and IONIQ 6.