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Claims the new facility will showcase combined human and robotic processes to 'set new standards of customer experience'

Hyundai Motor Group has revealed initial details of its first ‘smart urban mobility hub’.

The company says the new facility – located in Singapore – and known as the Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center Singapore (HMGICS), will redefine the future of mobility production and set new standards in customer experience when it opens on 21 November 2023.

Hyundai claims the new facility is part of the group’s ‘vision to enable progress for humanity’ and presents an innovative and unprecedented level of integration between human and robotic processes.

Further, HMGICS will serve as a testbed for human-centric intelligent automotive manufacturing technology, utilising ‘advanced, next-generation production methods significantly evolved from traditional conveyor-belt manufacturing’.

While developing the Hyundai Motor Group’s approach to production, sustainability, and customer experience, the company also says HMGICS will also reinforce Singapore’s reputation as a leader in a new era of future mobility thanks to its ‘focus on sustainable and transformative solutions’.

HMGICS is fully integrated into the Singapore smart city ecosystem and will reinforce the Hyundai Motor Group and Singapore’s combined vision to create a better and more sustainable future for all, the company says.

HMGICS, Hyundai Motor Group’s first smart urban mobility hub, will have its grand opening on November 21, 2023 (public access is set to commence shortly after). More information about HMGICS is available at: https://www.hyundai.com/sg/hmgics/about-us/vision-mission


Autor(en)/Author(s): David Leggett

Quelle/Source: JustAuto, 14.11.2023

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