Two South Korean automotive manufactures, Hyundai and Kia, invested their investments in Aurora startups to accelerate the development of autonomous car Technology (Swakemudi).
|Hyundai-Kia autonomous car use the Radar and Aurora cameras|
That collaboration allowed the autonomous cars of Hyundai and Kia to use radar technology and cameras from Aurora.
"Aurora is a leading innovator of Swakemudi technology and we hope to build stronger collaborative partnerships with them," said President and Chief Innovation Officer of Hyundai Motor Group, Youngcho Chi, in his written description Thursday , 13 June 2019.
The company has not announced its investment value to Aurora, but the cooperation will further reinforce the company's third strategic because Hyundai, Kia, and Aurora have collaborated for the hydrogen-fired fuel cell technology.
"Working with industry leaders around the world will help us develop a safe and innovative Swakemudi vehicle for our customers," says Youngcho Chi.
Since its founding, Aurora has been the leader of the Autonomous automobile technology development industry thanks to the Aurora Driver system using radar and cameras to capture the situation around the car.
Visual Data from the Aurora Driver is transmitted to the computer via software, then the system will determine where the car will drive safely.
"With all the partners in our ecosystem, we see a strong platform convergence and will provide the benefits of autonomous car technology safely, quickly and extensively," said Co-founder and Chief Product Officer of Aurora, Sterling Anderson.