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Hyundai Mobis Develops The World's First Advanced Adaptive High Beam Illumination System That Can Be Connected To ADAS
Jul 26, 2018

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According to foreign media reports, Hyundai Mobis announced that it has developed the world's first advanced adaptive high-beam (AADB) lighting system, which can be turned on at any time through the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). Make sure the driver has a safe view. Hyundai Mobis is planning to use this technology to become the leader in the future headlight market, and the market will require the lights to precisely control the light.

The adaptive high beam (ADB) lighting system is a technology that helps to ensure the driver's view by keeping the high beam operation at all times while blocking only the car light lines in front of the car to prevent glare from the front car driver. Viewable range. In the upcoming era of autonomous driving, this technology will become a must-have technology for safe driving at night. Future car lights will be developed to precisely control light by accurately detecting vehicles and roads. Even during nighttime driving, autonomous vehicles must detect lanes, road signs, and various objects on the road in real time.

However, in the case of other vehicles moving fast, such as when the vehicle overtakes from the rear or makes a quick turn, the adaptive high beam (ADB) lighting system will not respond well. Due to current technical limitations, only cameras are used to detect front light and identify vehicles, so global automotive lamp manufacturers are working hard to solve this problem. Hyundai Mobis has solved this problem by adding cameras to collect information types, using radar, car navigation systems and steering angle sensors, and successfully developed advanced adaptive high beam illumination systems to more precisely control light based on information collected by different sensors. .

In addition to using the camera to detect front vehicle lights, the advanced adaptive high beam illumination system also collects information about lanes and evaluates vehicle information from blind spots, road information such as highways, national highways, and curvature data on curved roads. . This information is collected by radar, car navigation systems and steering angle sensors. Hyundai Mobis started the project early last year and completed research and development within 18 months. Hyundai Mobis only implements advanced adaptive high beam lighting systems using software, eliminating the need for additional hardware applications, ensuring technical safety and maintaining price competitiveness. In addition, Hyundai Mobis applied for 6 patents for this technology in China and applied for 12 patents abroad, laying the foundation for leading the global automotive lamp technology market.

The differentiated competitiveness of Hyundai Mobis's advanced adaptive high-beam illumination system stems from the company's implementation of all relevant core technologies such as camera, blind spot collision warning (BCW), high beam and car navigation systems, as a comprehensive automotive supply. The company is currently mass producing the lighting system.