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Hyundai May Develop Chips for Autonomous Driving

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Dec. 8, 2015—Hyundai Motor Co. is considering developing its own computer chips and sensors used for autonomous-driving capabilities in its vehicles, according to a report by Bloomberg.

Currently, Hyundai buys parts for autonomous driving–related technologies from affiliates and other suppliers.

Kim Dae Sung, director of Hyundai’s automotive control system development group, said that Hyundai expects fully self-driving cars to be available in 2030 and has completed the development of technology for partial automation and the company is currently in the development phase of cars with a high degree of automation, according to Bloomberg.

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