Automotive Parts

At Hyundai MOBIS, we have developed and manufactured not only the three core modules, but also other auto parts designed in consideration of the safety and convenience of our customers as well as the future.

  • SCC (Smart Cruise Control)
    SCC (Smart Cruise Control)

    Smart Cruise Control is a driver-friendly system that detects vehicles ahead and automatically controls acceleration and deceleration using radar.

  • AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking)
    AEB (Autonomous Emergency Braking)

    AEB is a safety system that helps to avoid potential collisions with cars or pedestrians in front using radar and cameras.

  • BBW (Brake By Wire)
    BBW (Brake By Wire)

    BBW is a next-generation braking system with an electric actuator and electronic controller base, helping to enhance braking performance and fuel efficiency.

  • Regenerative Braking System
    Regenerative Braking System

    This system generates electricity from the kinetic energy of the vehicle when braking.

  • In-Wheel Motor System
    In-Wheel Motor System

    Electric motors are mounted on the inner side of each wheel, allowing them to drive and brake independently. This makes a huge improvement to vehicle safety and fuel efficiency.

  • TSR (Traffic Sign Recognition)
    TSR (Traffic Sign Recognition) System

    This driver-friendly system recognizes speed limit signs from the road images recorded by the front camera and provides speed information for the road the vehicle is driving on.

  • BSD (Blind Spot Detection)
    BSD (Blind Spot Detection)

    This device improves safety by detecting and warning the driver of obstacles located in the blind spot at the back of the vehicle.

  • SPAS (Smart Parking Assist System)
    SPAS (Smart Parking Assist System)

    This is a system that helps the driver park the vehicle easily and conveniently. SPAS uses the sensor installed in the car to examine the space, calculates the best approach and automatically operates the steering wheel to follow the calculated course.

  • LKAS (Lane Keeping Assist System)
    LKAS (Lane Keeping Assist System)

    When the car unexpectedly leaves the lane due to the driver dozing off at the wheel, or is expected to do so, the LKAS system helps to keep the vehicle in lane by controlling the steering wheel.

  • V2V / V2I (Vehicle-To-Vehicle, Vehicle-To-Infrastructure)
    A communication terminal installed in the vehicle and on the roads and roadsides enables vehicles, roads and infrastructure to share all kinds of information via wireless communication in real time in order to prevent traffic accidents and improve convenience for drivers and pedestrians. V2V-based Safety Service

    Quick braking warningㆍRear-end collision with vehicles in front · Warning for rear-ending at intersections · No-passing warning service

    V2I-based Safety and Convenience service

    Smart tolling (automatic toll collection) · Detecting road condition

  • BCM (Body Control Module)
    BCM, Body Control Module

    BCM is a device that controls essential warnings and various convenient functions inside the car. MOBIS has developed a full range of BCMs, from low-end to premium products, based on different functions and network integration technologies.

  • SMK (Smart Key System)
    SMK, Smart Key System

    Using LF/RF communication, the smart key system features a passive entry function that enables the key holder to lock and unlock the doors or open and close the boot, and a passive engine starter function.

  • TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System)
    TPMS, Tire pressure Monitoring System

    The system constantly monitors the tyre pressure and uses warning lights and sounds to notify the driver immediately if it is too low, preventing potential accidents.

  • ECS acceleration sensor
    ECS acceleration senso

    The ECS acceleration sensor is an electronic control suspension sensor which senses acceleration through the vibration of the body vertical to the wheels and detects road conditions.

  • ECS Height Sensor
    ECS Height Sensor

    Part of an electronic control suspension sensor, the air suspension senses the movement of the four wheels, monitors the height of the vehicle at all times and automatically adjusts the damping stroke.

  • Wheel Speed Sensor
    Wheel Speed Sensor

    Built into all four wheels of the vehicle, the sensor detects the wheel speed and direction of travel.

  • Yaw Rate Sensor
    Yaw Rate Sensor

    This sensor detects the movement of the vehicle by its inertia (yaw rate, two-axes acceleration) in the ESC (Electronic Stability Control) system.

  • Steering Angle Sensor
    Steering Angle Sensor

    Mounted in the interior of the vehicle, the sensor measures the angle of the steering wheel and its angular speed.

  • IBS (Intelligent Battery Sensor)
    IBS (Intelligent Battery Sensor)

    The IBS calculates the battery condition (charge status, aging, ignition capacity, etc.), transmits the information to the energy management control (engine controller) and finally applies it to the ISG (Idle Stop & Go) generation control system to improve fuel efficiency.

  • ACU (Airbag Control Unit)
    ACU (Airbag Control Unit)

    In the event of an accident, the ACU determines whether to inflate the airbags and the best time to do so, depending on the magnitude and type of collision, and self-examines in real time to inform the driver of the condition of the system.

  • FIS/SIS (Front/Side Impact Sensor)
    FIS/SIS (Front/Side Impact Sensor)

    The FIS/SIS detects the acceleration or pressure in the early stages of collision and transmits the information to the airbag control unit.

  • WCS (Weight Classification System)
    WCS (Weight Classification System)

    The WCS senses the weight of the passenger in the passenger seat and sends the information to the airbag control unit.

  • Camera

    Front/rear vehicle cameras are visual parking aids that use CMOS (Complementary Metal -Oxide Semiconductor) image sensors to show any blind spots to the driver when parking.

  • AVM (Around View Monitoring)
    AVM (Around View Monitoring

    AVM provides images of the situation outside the car in real time on a monitor inside. Four cameras are mounted underneath the outside mirrors and on the front and back of the car.

  • LDWS (Lane Departure Warning System)
    LDWS (Lane Departure Warning System)

    The Lane Departure Warning System uses front camera images and vehicle signal information to determine lane departures caused by careless driving, and sounds an alarm when the vehicle is about to leave the lane.

  • PAS (Parking Assist System)
    PAS (Parking Assist System)

    The PAS is a driving assistance device that uses ultrasonic waves to detect obstacles in the blind spot of the front and rear part of the car when parking or driving slowly and warns the driver.

  • PGS (Parking Guide System)
    PGS (Parking Guide System)

    When the vehicle is moving at low speed, the system provides images of the front or rear blind spots to make driving easier and safer. As a front/rear monitoring system, it also shows guide lines for easier parking.