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POWER ELECTRONICS At the heart of the system is the


Trustonic Application Protection (TAP). Manish Mehrotra, director of digital business planning and connected operations, Hyundai Motor America, says, “Digital Key adds convenience for 2020 Sonata owners and allows us to be ready for future shifts in the mobility space, such as car sharing. We chose Trustonic because of its multilayered, industry recognised cybersecurity approach.” Hyundai is also hoping this will tempt


buyers by offering other convenient features, such as unlocking the boot temporarily for deliveries and autonomous parking.


TESTING TIMES Where safety is concerned, there can be no compromise. Despite the advantages offered by computer modelling, advances in autonomy have created a need for specialist test tracks. In May, Millbrook’s advanced


driver assistance system (ADAS) and connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) centre opened its doors for the first time. The facility,


Hyundai’s app for the 2020 Sonata performs a variety of functions


run in conjunction with RACE, the UK Atomic Energy Authority’s centre for Remote Applications in Challenging Environments, boasts a 1.1 km long, three-lane motorway and two lane ‘A’ road test track layouts designed to EuroNCAP and ECE R130 specifications. Also onsite is a junction marked out to


the new EuroNCAP specification and 250m radius curves specified within ECE R79.03 for testing automatically commanded steering functions (ACSF). This is all complemented by a pilotable


platform called LaunchPad, which is used to simulate vulnerable road users (VRU) and powered two wheelers


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