South Korean auto parts maker Mando Corp. held a ceremony to celebrate its launch of new electronic brake system (EBS) called MGH-100 on Tuesday, the company announced Wednesday.

The MGH-100 is an anti-lock brake system (ABS) that enhances driving safety by reducing skidding while braking. The product is part of the company’s electronic stability control (ESC) system that prevents a car from losing control from skidding or over-steering, and a core module to electronic brakes manufactured by Mando and autonomous vehicles.

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Earlier in The Brake Report:

Mando Acquires California Autonomous Vehicle Testing Permit