Hyundai Motor and Aurora, a developer of autonomous vehicle technology, have formed a strategic partnership with the aim of bringing self-driving Hyundai vehicles to market by 2021.
This partnership will incorporate Aurora’s self-driving technology into Hyundai vehicles starting with models custom-developed and launched in test programs and pilot cities.
Over the longer term, Hyundai and Aurora will work to commercialize self-driving vehicles worldwide. Continue reading Hyundai partners with Aurora to develop autonomous vehicles
2018 looks all set to be a bumper year for sales of industrial robot arms across all categories – from the large, heavyweight class right down to the small desktop variety.
With established robot makers expanding their range, and with new startups launching innovative new models, the market is more dynamic than ever.
Oversupply may be a problem going forward, especially as Chinese robot manufacturers step up their production, but even including the new companies entering the market, the number of industry-standard robot makers worldwide is relatively small. Continue reading 30 industrial robot manufacturers to watch in 2018
Hyundai Heavy Industries has established a robotics division and has a stated goal of becoming one of the top five industrial robot manufacturers in the world.
Hyundai Robotics was established in 1984, and has been a division of Hyundai until now.
It is already said to be the largest manufacturer of industrial robots in South Korea, but now, as a standalone business, it wants to double its capacity and earn $440 million in revenue by 2021. Continue reading Hyundai creates separate industrial robotics division, aims for top 5 status