Collision Warning Systems (18)
Suppliers of in-vehicle radar-, laser- or other technology-based collision warning systems and components.
Analog Devices, Inc. in Norwood, Massachusetts.
A supplier of high performance analog, mixed-signal, digital processing, and MEMS ICs for the demanding signal processing requirements of automotive safety, security, infotainment, powertrain, body and chassis electronics systems.
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems, LLC in Elyria, Ohio.
Develops and supplies leading-edge active safety technologies, air brake charging, and control systems and components under the Bendix® brand name for medium- and heavy-duty trucks, tractors, trailers, buses, and other commercial vehicles throughout North America. Products include general braking components, air compressors, air disc brakes, foundation brakes, antilock braking systems and components, air system control valves, air treatment systems and miscellaneous components; and hydraulic brake system components.
Dayton T. Brown, Inc. in Bohemia, New York.
Services provided include product design and engineering, prototype manufacture, final production, testing, technical writing & documentation and the development of complete test systems. Capabilities include dynamic, climatic, EMI/EMC, hydraulic/pneumatic, optical, mechanical, structural, fatigue, safety & survival testing as well as conformance inspection & failure analysis thru metallurgy, magnetic particle, dimensional, and X-rays.
Delphi Automotive, LLP in Troy, Michigan.
A manufacturer of mobile electronics and transportation components and systems technology. Product areas include steering, chassis, electrical, energy and engine management, thermal management, interiors, electronic components, in-vehicle entertainment systems.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Manufactures automotive electronics and electrical parts and systems including airflow sensors, throttle bodies, engine and transmission control modules, alternators, distributors, ignition coils, idle speed control valves, electronic throttle controls and transfer case control modules.
Jabil Circuit, Inc. in St. Petersburg, Florida.
A global provider of electronic technology applications, circuit board assemblies and electronic modules for interior and underhood applications.
Kyocera America, Inc. in San Diego, California.
Designs, manufactures and assembles ceramic microelectronic substrate/packaging and interconnect solutions for a broad range of electronic controls. ECU substrate applications include dash-boards, engines or powertrains. Substrate/packages are also used for sensors, switches, navigational aids, ignitions, voltage regulators, electric engines, antilock systems, etc. Services also include the manufacture of various high frequency, liquid crystal, optics, ceramic material utilized in ITS components.
Magna Electronics Technology, Inc. in Holly, Michigan.
Develops and manufactures electrical and electronic products and systems for the automotive industry such as reverse assist cameras, lane departure warning systems and electronic motor control units.
Omron Automotive Electronics, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
Product application areas include RF technologies (remote keyless entry, passive entry, tire pressure monitoring, vehicle immobilizers); closure controls & switches (power window switches, power seat switches, accessory switches, hidden switches, antipinch controllers, and other closure controllers); electric power steering controls; electronic control units (DC/AC inverters, body control ECUs, daytime running light controllers, rear wiper controllers, rear defogger timer controllers, etc.).
Phantom Intelligence in Québec, Québec.
A provider of LiDAR collision warning sysems
Piher North America in Delafield, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of automotive position controls, sensors, encoders, potentiometers and trimmers.
Rogers Corporation in Chandler, Arizona.
Manufacturers high frequency and flexible circuit laminates for use in adaptive cruise controls, collision avoidance & migration, back up/parking aids, booster antennas, tire pressure sensors, telematics and seat & rear view mirror heating.
Rostra Precision Controls, Inc. in Laurinburg, North Carolina.
A provider of electronic or electro-mechanical components and systems to the automotive industry. Areas of interest include back-up cameras, cruise controls, rear sensing devices, ultrasonic parking aides, lumbar supports, seat heaters, and transmission controls. Services include design, proto-typing, testing and manufacturing.
Takata Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive safety systems. Products include seatbelt systems and components, airbag modules and inflators, electronic sensor units and modules, steering wheels and clock springs, as well as interior trim components.
TLSI, Inc. in Huntington, New York.
Develops and manufactures products for the automotive and other industries utilizing CMOS, BiCMOS and Bipolar processes. Applications include engine controllers, power window controllers, airbag sensors, fluid (oil and coolant) level sensors, rear-window defoggers, keyless entry systems, ignition controllers, fuel injection controllers, dual battery controllers, microprocessor buffers, electronic horns, diesel engine controllers and windshield wiper controller.
Valeo, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive components such as transmissions, climate control, engine cooling, lighting, electrical and wiper systems, motors and actuators, security systems, switches and electronics.
Valeo Radar Systems, Inc. in Hudson, New Hampshire.
A supplier of switches and detection systems. Designs, manufactures and markets radar based sensor systems.
Visteon Corporation in Van Buren Township, Michigan.
A supplier of complete automotive systems, modules, and single components in the following areas: chassis, climate control, electronics, exterior/interior systems, glass, fuel systems, engine management and powertrain controls.