automotive

Hyundai Mobis Takes $5M Stake in AI Specialist

Hyundai Mobis Takes $5M Stake in AI Specialist

“The Deep Glint investment is valued at $5 million, and reflects a broader trend as the automotive sector increasingly embraces AI and biometric technologies. “ Hyundai Mobis has taken a big stake in China-based computer vision specialist Deep Glint, signalling the growing importance of AI and biometrics in the automotive sector. Deep Glint specializes in…

Precise Biometrics Tech to Feature in New Hyundai Car Unlock/Ignition System

Precise Biometrics Tech to Feature in New Hyundai Car Unlock/Ignition System

“Precise Biometrics also indicated that it’s working with Dreamtech, a Korean engineering firm that develops module components for a range of products including cars, mobile phones, and home appliances.” Precise Biometrics is playing an important role in one of the more high-profile examples of biometric innovation in the automotive industry. The company has revealed that…

Hyundai Replaces Car Keys with Fingerprints in 2019 Santa Fe

Hyundai Replaces Car Keys with Fingerprints in 2019 Santa Fe

Hyundai is planning to replace car keys with fingerprint scans in the 2019 Santa Fe, reports ZDNet. The car maker says it’s installing capacitive fingerprint sensors in the car’s ignition and its door handle. Multiple users will be able to register their fingerprints, and the car’s mirror and seat position settings will automatically adjust to…

IntelliVision Announces Upgrade for Automotive Computer Vision Software

IntelliVision Announces Upgrade for Automotive Computer Vision Software

IntelliVision has upgraded its Advanced Driver Assistant System, an aftermarket software solution aimed primarily at dashboard camera integrations. The software is designed to use computer vision to trigger ‘Forward Collision Warnings’ (FCWs) and ‘Lane Departure Warnings’ (LDWs), while an ‘Advanced’ version of the solution offers ‘Pedestrian Collision Warnings’. Running on an Ambarella H22 camera, it…

IDEMIA, Altran to Demo Autonomous Car at Paris Motor Show

IDEMIA, Altran to Demo Autonomous Car at Paris Motor Show

“[IDEMIA]  has designed a smartphone-based digital key system for end users, which operates with facial recognition to enable entry to the vehicle.” IDEMIA has teamed up with engineering services provider Altran to develop a new autonomous vehicle dubbed “Columbia”. The small car is designed for use on either a personal or a shared basis, and…