Hyundai Autoever's software platform 'Mobilgene Classic 4.4' has been certified by DNV, a global certification body, with the highest level of international automotive functional safety standard (ISO26262).
Hyundai Autoever's MobileZine Classic is a software platform developed by Hyundai Autoever, based on the international standard software platform AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture). It has a history of being applied to mass production of numerous automobiles installed on more than 200 types of controllers of major domestic OEMs and parts manufacturers.
DNV's international automotive functional safety standard ASIL (Automotive Safety Integrity Level) refers to the functional safety risk level for vehicles. Class D means that it has received the highest level of functional safety certification.
Modern-day automobiles are turning into 'running smart devices' equipped with functions that are completely different from the past, such as autonomous driving and connectivity. Mobility software that will naturally control these functions effectively is attracting attention as an important future car technology more than ever.
In particular, autonomous vehicles and connected vehicles have high system complexity and require numerous computations and a large amount of data processing, and there is a high demand for the safety of hardware and software systems to fully support them.
Hyundai Autoever says its MobileZine Classic software platform best meets these market demands. It has already been applied to many mass-produced vehicle controls, and has been recognised for its quality excellence as it has been applied to safety, convenience and eco-friendly areas and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS).
“Mobiljin Classic is a software platform product that was developed and completed by Hyundai Autoever in 2015 and is constantly updated, and is a product that boasts almost flawless quality to date.” "The MobilGene Classic software platform can shorten the time and cost to prove the safety of the system, and end-users have the advantage of getting a safe future vehicle."
DNV CEO Jang-seop Lee said,“Hyundai Autoever’s ability to develop international automotive functional safety standards satisfies ASIL-D, the most demanding safety level. We highly appreciated our ability to respond to detailed requirements of development and specifications.”
Through the acquisition of this certification, Hyundai Autoever plans to establish itself as a 'mobility software company' by providing a consistent, safe, and scalable software platform.
Hyundai Autoever, a software company affiliated with the Hyundai Motor Group, supports vehicle software and infrastructure across the in-car and out-car areas, and operates cloud services, system integration (SI) and business systems.