Seoul, South Korea - LG Electronics and Magna International are developing an integrated vehicle technology platform to be unveiled at CES 2024.
This platform will integrate driver assistance, self-driving features, and entertainment systems into a unified computing chip.
This initiative is part of a partnership formed in 2023 to improve the in-car experience.
The details: What's in it?vital
The platform, a vital outcome of the collaboration, integrates advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), automated driving (AD), and in-car infotainment (IVI) technologies into a single system-on-chip (SoC).
This design aims to meet various Automotive Safety Integrity Level (ASIL) requirements while optimizing the use of electronic control units and minimizing space.
The system also includes a Human Machine Interface (HMI) to enhance interaction with automotive displays and other visualization tools.
It can be customized to meet specific original equipment manufacturer (OEM) requirements,
LG and Magna have formed a joint venture, LG Magna e-Powertrain, to be established in 2021.
This venture will combine Magna's expertise in electric powertrain systems with LG's development capabilities in electric motors, inverters, and on-board chargers.
The first implementation is expected in the model year 2027 vehicles.