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Hyundai Unveil Automated Valet Parking System



Have Troubles Parking? Perhaps Hyundai can Assist! 

Staying on top of regular maintenance keeps your vehicle running better for longerGlenwood Auto are Trusted Saskatoon Auto Repair Experts, and we're ready to help you with all your maintenance needs. Hyundai Motor Company and Kia Motors Corporation have unveiled a video featuring the concept of electric vehicle wireless charging systems with the Automated Valet Parking System (AVPS).

The system will offer convenience to drivers who are faced with the overcrowding of both parking and charging locations as electric vehicle numbers grow steadily.

AVPS (Automated valet parking system)

Once charged, the vehicle then spots an empty slot in the parking lot, travels to it, and parks itself. Or, the vehicle can move directly to another designated location. This process is executed through the continuous communication between the vehicle and the surrounding infrastructure.

The electric vehicle wireless charging system

This function informs the drivers of vehicle's remaining battery charge and finds the charging stations through the communication between the vehicle and the building. The vehicle finds the charging station and travels to it on its own, and charges itself wireless through magnetic induction.




Hyundai and Kia are considering on commercializing the technology upon the launch of Level 4 autonomous vehicle around the year 2025.

Hyundai and Kia also plan to commercialize autonomous vehicles in various smart cities from 2021 with a goal of launching fully autonomous vehicles by 2030.      



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