HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE recently participated in CES 2020 in Las Vegas, U.S. for the very first time. During the trade fair, HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE introduced its lineup of digital-based products and technologies under the concept of “Fun” and “Tomorrow”. HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE also introduced “Concept-X”, an unmanned automated construction solution in the “Construction Tomorrow” section. Concept-X is a total solution in which accesses the terrain of worksites using 3D scanning with a drone, and then analyzes the data and plans the work automatically, and works with autonomous excavators and wheel loaders.
The booth (483㎡), located in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, featured a three-sided display that screened videos and delivered presentations showing the value of the future pursued by HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE using a three-dimensional effect.
CONEXPO, held every three years in Las Vegas, U.S., has established itself as one of the world's top three construction machinery exhibitions along with BAUMA in Germany and INTERMAT in France.
HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE participated in ConExpo, held from March 10-14, 2020, and unveiled the prototype of its new 1.7 ton mini electric excavator. HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE also exhibited ten of their latest items of equipment, including an excavator lineup comprising a 3.5-ton class mini excavator and an 80-ton class extra-large excavator (DX800LC-5), a wheel loader (DL580-5), and an articulated dump truck (DA45-5).
An engine exhibition hall was also prepared separately to introduce seven new engine products ranging from the DX22, an electronic engine for power generators, to vehicle engines, with the focus on announcing that HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE's small engine products (G2) meet the latest exhaust regulations and can be used for diverse purposes in various industries.
Dubbed the biggest exhibition on earth, BAUMA is a construction equipment exhibition held every three years.
At the event, HD Hyundai Infracore showcased a 1.7-ton mini electric excavator and an excavator with a hybrid engine, while also conducting a demonstration of the unmanned and automation solution 'Concept X' and the smart construction solution 'Xite Cloud'. We also presented an electric battery pack for the first time at the fair, as part of the effort to expand our engine business beyond internal combustion engines and into the realm of electrification solutions. By doing so, we hope to establish a foothold in the European market, where there is a high demand for eco-friendly equipment.
It is an international construction equipment exhibition held on the outskirts of Paris, France and is one of the three major construction equipment exhibitions in the world.
HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE participated in Intermat 2018 held in Nord Villepinte, Paris, France in April 2018 and introduced 50 products including a full lineup of construction equipment and engines. We also held commemorative events during the exhibition period including excavator auction and contribution, initial model exhibition, and cake cutting to celebrate the milestone of producing the 400,000th unit of HD HYUNDAI INFRACORE construction equipment.
First held in 1975, the Middle East Electricity Exhibition (MEE) is the world's largest electrical energy exhibition held annually in the Middle East.
HD Hyundai Infracore has participated in MEE every year, and in March 2020, we showcased seven of our engines in the lineup including our latest power generation engine named DX22.
The DX22 (22 liters) is a large-scale electronic engine that boasts high performance and eco-friendliness with 20% higher power output than conventional mechanical models and the highest fuel efficiency in its class.
Also, we displayed a prototype of a hybrid powertrain. The hybrid powertrain is a combination of a combustion engine with an electric motor and battery. An improved output that is equivalent to that of a 3-liter engine and not having a separate harmful substance reduction device makes the product even greener and more economical.
HD Hyundai Infracore couldn’t participate in MEE for a while due to COVID-19, but in the MEE 2024, we plan to showcase ultra-large engine concepts and eco-friendly/electrification solutions such as hydrogen engines and battery packs.