Hyundai Mobis and IIT Hyderabad Join Hands for Research on Advanced Automotive Technologies

IIT Hyderabad signed a pact with Mobis India Ltd for joint research on Advanced Automotive Technologies

  • Mobis collaboration with IIT Hyderabad in Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Chassis systems
  • This collaboration shall address India-specific challenges in ADAS and Hardware resource optimization techniques for Chassis Software.
  • IIT Hyderabad shall support developing mathematical models, Hardware prototypes for ADAS, and Machine Learning Algorithms for Chassis software.

With the aim to accelerate the research in the field of Advanced Automotive Technologies, IIT Hyderabad joined hands with  Mobis India Ltd last week. IIT Hyderabad will leverage its expertise in the field of Mathematical Modeling, Machine Learning, and Hardware prototypes for ADAS to address India-specific challenges in Advanced Driving Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Hardware Resource Optimization techniques for Chassis Software.

Expressing delight on this collaboration, Mr. Jae oh Cha, Chief Technical officer (CTO), said, “Mobis India Limited (Mobis Technical Centre of India) is happy to collaborate with IIT Hyderabad for future technology development in advanced driver assistance systems and Chassis systems for Indian Automobile Market. We are looking forward to increasing the collaboration in the future”.

Speaking on occasion, Prof B S Murty, Director of IITH, said, “With this collaboration, IITH aims to strengthen further its expertise in the field of Automotive Industry, specific to Advanced Automotive Technologies like ADAS. This pact will enable our researcher to answer the unsolved challenges and equip IITH to prep industry-ready human resources with the domain expertise to achieve our motto of Inventing & Innovating in Technology for Humanity”. 

During the event, Mr. Jae oh Cha, Chief Technical officer (Mobis Technical Centre of India), Prof B S Murty, Director IITH, Prof C Krishna Mohan, Dean (PCR) & other officials from Hyundai Mobis were present.

Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad (IITH) is one of the eight new IITs established by the Government of India in 2008. In a short span of 13 years, the institute has become a top-ranker. Currently, it has 260+ full-time faculty, 3,900+ students (26% women), nearly 200+ state-of-the-art laboratories, and five research and entrepreneurship centers. The institute has a strong research focus with approx. Rs 575+ crore of sanctioned research funding with Ph.D. scholars accounting for about 30% of total student strength. IITH has to its credit more than 7200+ research publications, 210+ patent disclosures, 1600+ sponsored/consultancy projects, and about 100+ startups. 


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