Mando launches electronic brake system
Mando announced it has launched its MGH-100 (Mugunghwa-100) electronic brake system (EBS). The MGH-100 anti-lock brake system (ABS) is the standard core module in the electronic stability control (ESC) and integrated dynamic brake (IDB) modules produced by Mando.
Mando began the mass production of MGH-100 simultaneously in Korea and China in March 2018.
The company says it has added 40 customer convenience options to MGH-100 for autonomous driving, as well as enhanced safety and convenience. The product features an upgraded autonomous emergency braking (AEB) system—which controls the vehicle in an emergency—as well as adaptive cruise control (ACC)—which allows the driver to maintain a safe speed without having to frequently reapply the gas and brake pedals.
Mando plans to expand its production capabilities from Korea and China to India, Brazil, and Mexico by 2019 to increase the global production volume to 3 million units by 2020 and 5 million units by 2021. In addition, Mando has supplied its IDB to Korean automobile manufacturers since July and, to meet increased demands, it plans to invest 40 billion Korean won in production facilities to build the capacity to manufacture 300,000 units by early 2019.