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Hyundai teams up with Microsoft on advanced air mobility

by MSCN Reporter
Staff Writer,

Source: Supernal

Hyundai Motor Group’s Supernal division announced a new partnership with Microsoft to support Advanced Air Mobility on Azure. Together, the two companies plan to run secure simulations and accelerate commercialization of the technology.

Microsoft will offer Supernal early access to Project AirSim, an AI simulation platform for autonomous aircraft. The offering provides pretrained AI models and large-scale 3D environments, together with synthetic data generation. Additionally, Supernal plans to use HoloLens 2 devices for future manufacturing operations.

"In ushering in a new frontier of transportation with Advanced Air Mobility, Supernal has an obligation to ensure safe and secure deployment of eVTOL vehicles. We are pleased to collaborate with Microsoft, a software leader, in responsibly advancing AAM autonomous systems and information-sharing,” stated Dr. Jaiwon Shin, president of Hyundai Motor Group and CEO of Supernal.

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