Hyundai Mobis will work with US software company Wind River to develop a digital twin system called M.Dev Studio to optimize the future working conditions of crafting auto parts, the South Korean auto parts maker said Monday.
M.Dev Studio is expected to offer a virtual space for not only Hyundai Mobis, but also its partners and various research teams to carry out joint projects through simultaneous simulation and remote monitoring as they work on developing core auto technologies and products together.
Hyundai Mobis plans to set up the virtual system in 2024 and utilize it for designing auto parts, verifying their functions and assessing them.
According to Hyundai Mobis, the envisioned virtual studio will shorten development time and cut costs, as it will allow more developers to access its online-based environment and work on different projects at the same time.
Source: Korea Herald