Google has announced the first device it is building to compete with Apple’s iOS.
Hyundai’s machine tool company, HY-SEK (HY) Machine Tools, is developing an iPhone-powered machine tool, the company said on its website.
The company is looking for a partner to help it develop the machine tool.
Hyung-seok Park, CEO of HY-Seok Machine Tools said: ‘This is an exciting opportunity to be able to develop a machine tool with a real iPhone app, in a way that is more useful for our users and our industry.’
Our goal is to become a fully integrated partner in our ecosystem and to give the users of our app the tools they need to develop their own devices.’
We have developed a tool that will allow users to create a smartphone app to help them build their own tools with an easy-to-use interface.’
This app will be made available in the next few weeks and we will continue to provide it to our customers.’
Hyundai has developed a unique and exciting technology called Hyung-Seoks smartphone app that will help people develop their devices, and will enable the whole ecosystem to benefit from this innovation.’
Hyundai, a joint venture between Hyundai Motor Co Ltd and Hyundai Motor Research Institute (IMRII), has been developing smartphones for over five years.
Its mobile device division, Hyundai Automotive Group, is the world’s third largest smartphone maker.