On October 23, Maiche.com learned from foreign media that Hyundai Motor Group announced that the company has developed the world’s first intelligent cruise control system based on machine learning (SCC-ML), which uses machine learning to analyze driving. The driver’s driving behavior is replicated through the automatic cruise function, realizing semi-autonomous driving that highly simulates the driver’s driving habits, bringing passengers a better driving experience.
According to reports, the existing intelligent cruise control system (SCC) is one of the main technologies of the advanced driver assistance system. However, because the SCC cannot fully and truly reflect the driving habits of the driver, the use of the driver is reduced. Experience, Hyundai independently developed SCC-ML. It is reported that SCC-ML is a comprehensive system that integrates functions such as environment perception, planning decision-making, and multi-level assisted driving. Its working principle is that various kinds of information are continuously collected by sensors such as cameras and radars and sent to the control computer.
Hyundai said onboard sensors that can recognize more than 10,000 patterns and regularly update the system based on the driver’s latest driving habits will bring the system closer to human driving. The relevant person in charge of Hyundai-Kia Motors Autonomous Driving R&D Center said: “Compared with the existing SCC technology, the practicability of the SCC-ML development results using machine learning algorithms is significantly improved. At the same time, the SCC-ML development results also demonstrate Hyundai-Kia Motors. Leading technological strength. In the future, Hyundai and Kia brands will gradually apply this technology to their new models.”