The Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center Singapore (HMGICS) has officially opened its doors, serving as a platform for future mobility production, and signed several MOUs including one for green hydrogen with PTC Logistics.
Positioned as a ‘human-centric’ manufacturing approach, HMGICS aims to elevate collaboration between people, robotics, and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology to ‘new levels of synchronisation’. Digital twin Meta-Factory technology will ensure ‘ultra-rapid responses to changing customer demands and production requirements’.
The seven-storey facility has the capability to manufacture up to 30,000 electric vehicles (EVs) a year. Operational since early 2023, HMGICS already produces IONIQ 5 and the fully autonomous IONIQ 5 robotaxi and will add IONIQ 6 to its portfolio of models built on-site next year. It follows the opening of the group’s Ulsan EV factory.
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