Hyundai has announced the development of Machine Learning-based Smart Cruise Control (SCC-ML), a technology it says incorporates the driver’s patterns into its self-driving behaviour and incorporates artificial intelligence (AI) within the Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) feature. The system is planned for implementation in future Hyundai Motor Group vehicles.
SCC-ML combines AI and SCC into a system that learns the driver’s patterns and habits on its own and through machine learning, Smart Cruise Control autonomously drives in an identical pattern as that of the driver.
Hyundai says the SCC-ML operates with sensors, such as the front camera and radar, constantly acquiring driving information which the vehicle’s computer then uses to identify the driver’s patterns. A machine learning algorithm is applied during this process.
The driving pattern information is regularly updated with sensors, reflecting the driver’s latest driving style. In addition, Hyundai says the SCC-ML is programmed specifically to avoid learning unsafe driving patterns, increasing its reliability and safety.