Hyundai Mobis unveils new in-cabin healthcare technology to analyze brain waves
SEOUL — Hyundai Mobis, a parts-making unit of South Korea’s Hyundai auto group, unveiled a new in-cabin healthcare technology that can measure and analyze brain waves to check drivers’ conditions. The technology is expected to prevent accidents that can occur due to drowsy driving or sudden health problems.
The new healthcare technology called “M. Brain” will be applied to public buses for evaluation. Hyundai Mobis would expand the demonstration of its new technology to commercial vehicles. “In addition to the safety and convenience of passengers who are needed at the fully autonomous driving stage, we have started to produce results in digital healthcare,” Hyundai Mobis’ research sector head Lee Seung-hwan said in a statement on July 21.
M. Brain uses ear set-type sensors to detect brain waves around ears and determine the…