Hyundai Mobis declared about its creation of the world’s first Advanced Adaptive Driving Beam, which offers secure visibility with continuous maximum Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS). Hyundai Mobis plans to deploy this advanced technology to steer the future automotive light bulb market, which requires precise light control.
The ADB (Adaptive Driving Beam) is a type of technology that assists the driver to offer visibility by continuously maintaining high power performance and avoiding the glare vision for the driver by simply blocking the light from the passing car driving in the opposite lane.
The ADB is an essential technology for safe night driving in the age of autonomous driving. Future car lights are evolving to precisely control light, accurately detecting roads and vehicles. Even while driving at night, signs, traces, and various objects on the road must be detected in real time, which is required for autonomous driving.
But the ADB is limited to responding adequately to the rapid movement of other vehicles, such as rear-end vehicles and fast cornering vehicles. Due to the technical problems of the current method, which uses cameras to detect light and identify vehicles, all global automotive lamp manufacturers are in an attempt to crack this issue.
Hyundai Mobis addressed this problem by increasing the amount of information collected by cameras and using radar sensors, car navigation, and curves to successfully develop the ADB.
AADB collects information about the runway, as well as detects light for cameras and evaluates information on vehicles crossing blind spots, information on traffic on highways, national highways and curvature data on the resulting curves, steering angle sensors, and radar navigation system, respectively. Hyundai Mobis claims to have developed in just 18 Months after starting the project last year. It also applied for 6 patents at home and 12 patents abroad.