Wed. Oct 4th, 2023
    Hyundai Mobis Develops Advanced Parking Technology with ‘Memory Parking Assist’

    Hyundai Mobis, a leading automotive supplier, has achieved a major breakthrough in the development of advanced parking technology. The company announced the successful development of the ‘MPS 1.0P (Premium)’, an enhanced version of their next-generation parking control system. This system, known as the Mobis Parking System (MPS), has been further improved with the addition of new parking control technologies and core element technologies.

    One of the standout features of this technology is the ‘Memory Parking Assist (MPA)’. The MPA allows the vehicle to learn the parking process in the path learning mode, enabling autonomous parking with just a single touch by the driver. This innovative technology combines video-based sensors, ultrasonic sensors, and Surround View Monitor (SVM) cameras. By implementing these techniques, Hyundai Mobis has achieved driving assistance features that can support up to a 100-meter storage distance.

    The Memory Parking Assist technology is expected to be well-received in countries where designated parking areas or private garages are common, such as Europe and China. It eliminates parking stress by allowing for remote parking in the same location based on the previously learned driving path.

    One key advantage of Hyundai Mobis’ next-generation parking control system is that it is developed without expensive radar or lidar sensors. Instead, it utilizes more affordable ultrasonic and SVM cameras, offering both technological perfection and cost advantages. As a result, the rapid popularization of this system in regular vehicles and global orders is anticipated.

    In addition to the Memory Parking Assist, Hyundai Mobis has also upgraded another core technology of the MPS, called the ‘Remote Smart Parking Assist (RSPA)’. The RSPA recognizes parking spaces through ultrasonic sensors and supports both perpendicular and parallel parking with just the press of a button. The latest version of the RSPA, known as RSPA 2, features a parking line recognition feature that enables autonomous parking even in empty parking spaces without surrounding vehicles.

    Hyundai Mobis plans to continue its research and development efforts towards fully unmanned autonomous parking (AVP: Auto Valet Parking). The company aims to lead the future mobility market by unveiling innovative urban autonomous driving technologies, such as crab driving and zero-turn demonstrations, with their ‘e-Corner System’.

    The achievements and advancements of Hyundai Mobis’ parking technology will be showcased at the AutoSens Conference in Brussels. This globally prestigious conference will provide industry insiders with insights into the future of vehicle parking innovation.

    Sources: Hyundai Mobis PRNewswire