Mando’s cutting-edge braking system (IDB2 HAD) wins CES 2022 Innovation Award

The world’s first commercially launched single-box integrated Electronic braking system with dual safety design

Folds the brake pedal with “wire-by-wire” technology for complete freedom in fully automated driving conditions

Mando Corporation, a company focused on electric vehicles and autonomous driving solutions, was honored with a CES 2022 Innovation Award. Mando’s latest product, IDB2 HAD (Integrated Dynamic Brakes for Highly Autonomous Driving, or “IDB2 HAD” for short), won the Innovation Award, the second year in a row that the company has won the Innovation Award in the VIT (Vehicle Intelligence and Transportation) category since last year.

The Mando IDB2 HAD is the first commercially available integrated (single box) electronic brake with a dual safety design that operates even when driving with a single point of failure due to a fully redundant concept. The IDB2 HAD is the perfect complement to the electronic brake pedal, supporting an “auto-stowage” function that folds or unfolds the pedal when needed in highly autonomous driving conditions. From the standpoint of maximizing vehicle space and design flexibility, the IDB2 HAD is very similar to Mando’s Steer-by-Wire (SbW) technology, which won a CES Innovation Award last year. Electrical hyper-connectivity is a key theme, and the IDB2 HAD is yet another addition to Mando’s drive-by-wire solutions, eliminating mechanical connections. Combined with steering-by-wire technology, Mando’s comprehensive drive-by-wire solutions will enable users to drive their vehicles fully autonomously, in Do many other activities while on the move.


Mando’s cutting-edge braking system (IDB2 HAD) wins CES 2022 Innovation Award

Concept image of IDB2 HAD and steer-by-wire for fully self-driving cars

IDB2 HAD is an environmentally friendly product. Most braking systems on the market consist of ESC (Electronic Stability Control), master multiplier, vacuum pump, etc., all mechanically connected to the brake pedal. Braking can only be initiated by input from the driver, and braking force is generated via hydraulic lines. This design requires a lot of engine room space and requires a longer assembly time. Mando achieved weight reduction and manufacturing optimization by integrating these individual components into a single box design. In conclusion, the IDB2 HAD is an environmentally friendly product that can significantly reduce carbon emissions. “I Do Believe” is another interpretation of the term IDB by the company. Like the “strong belief” of the engineers of the development team of the Mando Brake Business Unit, the IDB2 HAD has all the elements of freedom (full self-driving), safety (dual safety) and environmental friendliness (drive-by-wire).

Mando’s technology for electric vehicles and fully autonomous driving solutions has once again been recognized globally with the CES 2022 Innovation Award. The company plans to launch a new concept “BbW (brake-by-wire)” product equipped with IDB2 HAD to the public in 2023.


Mando’s cutting-edge braking system (IDB2 HAD) wins CES 2022 Innovation Award

IDB2 HAD, “CES 2022” Innovation Award Winner

About Mando

Mando Corporation (KS 204320) is a leading global provider of automotive components, focusing on xEV and autonomous driving solutions (A-rated in the MSCI (2021) ESG rating). The company was founded in 1962 and is headquartered in South Korea. Mando provides state-of-the-art driving systems (braking, steering, suspension, propulsion, power solutions) and software to automakers and emerging mobility service providers covering the three technology areas of vehicle integrated safety, autonomous driving and electric mobility Solutions that allow vehicles to sense intuitively, move consciously and subtly. Mando serves more than 60 customers from more than 50 locations around the world, including local and global automakers in every major region of the world.

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