Suppliers of vehicle semiconductors, diodes, transistors and related electrical components.
Allegro Microsystems, Inc. in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Designs and manufactures mixed-signal (analog + digital) integrated circuits as well as integrated Hall-effect magnetic sensors.
ams USA, Inc. in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Designs and manufactures high performance analog integrated circuits (ICs) for automotive applications. Provides IP for safety critical inductive and magnetic solutions. Standard products include a turnkey FlexRay product family, flexible and scalable battery management solutions, application specific SBCs and magnetic encoders as well as application specific ICs for customers (ASIC) with a focus on safety critical applications.
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.
Atmel Corporation in San Jose, California.
Designs, manufactures and markets advanced logic, mixed-signal, nonvolatile memory and RF semiconductors including system-level integrated semiconductor solutions using CMOS, BiCMOS, SiGe, and high-voltage BCDMOS/BCD-on-SOI process technologies. Automotive applications include car electronic systems that require low current consumption, compact size, insensitivity to harsh operating conditions, EMI-/ESD protection and high reliability, etc. Product portfolio includes body electronic ICs for standard car electronic functions, universal-use BCDMOS load drivers, car access ICs (RKE, PEG, immobilizers), tire-pressure monitoring system (TPMS) devices, infotainment ICs (GPS, car radio), networking ICs (LIN, CAN) as well as microcontrollers and ASICs.
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A supplier of ferroelectric RAM "FRAM" memory products. Automotive applications include airbags, body control, car radios, cruise control, engines, instrument clusters, powertrain, safety systems, etc.
Data I/O Corporation in Redmond, Washington.
A provider of expertise in the area of programmable devices such as microcontrollers. Supplies device programming software and services for microcontrollers and memory devices. Capabilities include custom bootloader and application integration development, data file management tools, advanced device socket technologies, in-system/on-board programming and RoHS-compliant hardware.
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.
Diodes Incorporated in Plano, Texas.
A semiconductor component manufacturer.
EPIC Technologies, Inc. in Norwalk, Ohio.
A provider of customized EMS services including turnkey electronic assembly and manufacturing management services to original equipment manufacturers in the electronics industry for automotive and other applications.
Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. in Austin, Texas.
Designs and manufactures automotive microcontrollers, integrated circuits and sensors solutions for powertrain, body, chassis and safety, infotainment and telematics, and in-vehicle networking applications.
General Motors Components Holdings, LLC in Kokomo, Indiana.
Products include semiconductors, engine and transmission control modules, crash sensing and diagnostics modules, pressure sensors for engine management and occupant detection, body computer modules and power electronics modules, etc.
Integrated Silicon Solution, Inc. in Milpitas, California.
Designs, develops and markets SRAM, DRAM, Logic and Analog Products for the automotive electronics and other markets.
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.
Kulicke & Soffa Industries, Inc. in Santa Ana, California.
Designs, manufactures and markets wire bonding equipment for the automotive and industrial markets worldwide. Products also include wire bonders to ultrasonically weld aluminum wires ranging from 1.5-20 mil/38-500 microns in diameter.
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.
LEDtronics, Inc. in Torrance, California.
A supplier of light emitting diodes (LEDs) and LED automotive bulbs such as AUT 1157, AUT 1156, 3157 and AUT 3156 direct replacement LED bulbs.
Melexis Inc. in Nashua, New Hampshire.
A supplier of semiconductor components such as automotive sensors, sensor interface RF transmitters/receivers, Can, Lin bus IC's, IR temperature sensing ICs and modules, MEMS pressure sensors, accelerometers, optoelectronic devices, automotive microcontrollers as well as systems-on-chip.
MEMSIC, Inc. in Andover, Massachusetts.
Designs, manufactures and markets standard CMOS integrated-circuits (IC's) that monolithically integrate micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) with mixed signal processing circuitry. Also provides accelerometer products (sensing vibration, motion, shock, and tilt) for the automotive and other markets.
Metal Cutting Corporation in Cedar Grove, New Jersey.
A precision metal fabricating company to the automotive industry, focusing on fuel injection, safety components and lighting products. Specialists in very tight tolerance cutting, grinding, lapping, and polishing of all metals. Secondary operations include bending, angle cutting, pointing and slotting of small diameter tubes, wires, and rods. All metal types can be processed, from refractory to light alloys, to all kinds of steels, including stainless. In addition, tungsten and molybdenum products, such as wire, ribbon and rod, are available.
Microchip Technology, Inc. in Chandler, Arizona.
Manufactures PICmicro® field-programmable RISC microcontrollers for 8- 16- and 32-bit embedded control applications as well as high-performance linear and mixed-signal, power management and thermal management devices. Other products include interface devices: microID™ RFID devices, serial EEPROMs, and KEELOQ® security devices.
Micron Technology, Inc. in Boise, Idaho.
A supplier of automotive DRAM and other memory, storage, and imaging semiconductor products.
OmniVision Technologies in Santa Clara, California.
A provider of metal oxide semiconductor image sensors for automotive vision and sensing applications such as lane departure sensing and warning systems, pedestrian detection systems, road sign detection systems, headlight dimming sensors, rain detection systems, collision detection systems, blind spot detection systems, rear view systems, and night vision, etc.
ON Semiconductor in Phoenix, Arizona.
A supplier of power management and protection semiconductors that are designed and qualified for automotive applications: DC-DC Switching Converters and Regulators, Linear Regulators, LED Drivers, Relay Drivers, Motor Drivers, IGBTs, MOSFETs, Rectifiers, TVS Diodes, Operational Amplifiers, Comparators, Compandors, and Logic.
ON Semiconductor in Pocatello, Idaho.
Designs and manufactures application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs). Products include automotive ASIC and ASSP system-chip-solution mixed-signal solutions. Expertise in integrating sensor interface, digital control, flexible processing, communications and HV output drivers onto single chips for powertrain, body electronics, safety & convenience and driver information applications.
Renesas Electronics America, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
A supplier of high-throughput microprocessors and embedded microcontrollers that support in-vehicle communication systems based on LIN, CAN and FlexRay technologies. Capabilities include power MOSFETs for next-generation, high-voltage automotive systems.
Renesas Electronics America, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A manufacturer of semiconductors. Automotive applications include airbag systems, body computers, body electronics, car information systems, climate control, dashboard, multifunction displays, powertrain, steering column modules, steering wheels, column modules, etc.
Sharp Microelectronics of the Americas in Camas, Washington.
A supplier of memory, LCD, opto, CCD/CMOS, and RF/IR components. Applications include vehicle infotainment and navigation systems. Imager is a drop-in application for Automotive manufacturers.
Shindengen America, Inc. in Bannockburn, Illinois.
A supplier of power semiconductors including diodes, MOSFET, power ICs, power modules, ECUs and other control devices.
SMC Microchip in Hauppauge, New York.
A supplier of metal-oxide-semiconductor/very large scale integrated (MOS/VLSI) circuits for peripherals and embedded systems marketplaces.
STMicroelectronics, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A global independent semiconductor company. Products include ICs for automotive systems, such as engine control, airbag, ABS, in-car entertainment, safety and control; circuits for toll systems.
Texas Instruments Automotive in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive mixed signal and logic semiconductor products.
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.
Toko America, Inc. in Mt. Prospect, Illinois.
A manufacturer of electronic components, assemblies and systems including miniature inductor and filter products, RF ceramic components, semiconductors, RF modules, electronic coils, etc.
Toshiba America Electronic Components, Inc. in Irvine, California.
A supplier of electrical and electronic engine components.
Tower Semiconductor USA, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
Manufactures integrated circuits (ICs) with geometries ranging from 1.0 to 0.13 micron. Also provides complementary technical services and design support.
TT Electronics in Carrollton, Texas.
A manufacturing and solutions provider for magnetic, inductive, and optical sensing products including LED illumination and optical sensing covering the infrared, visible and ultraviolet spectrum. Offers standard as well as application specific products for automotive electronics and other industries. Automotive applications include speed and position sensors, cam, crank, transmission speed sensors, fiber optic devices & links, safety related sensors, security sensors, location and position feedback sensors, electric motor sensors, air conditioning compressor sensors, and LP gas sensors etc.
United Chemi-Con, Inc. in Rosemont, Illinois.
A manufacturer of aluminum electrolytic capacitors, aluminum solid capacitors with conductive polymer electrolyte (NPCAPTM), high CV value multilayer ceramic capacitors, film capacitors, double layer capacitors (DLCAP) and metal oxide varistors in both radial and chip styles.
Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. in Malvern, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of fixed resistors, strain gauges, and tantalum capacitors. Products include analog multiplexers, analog switches, capacitors, connectors, crystals, DC/DC converters, die & wafer, diodes, displays, fuses, hybrids & substrates, inductors, infrared emitters, IR receiver modules, IR touch panels, IrDA® transceivers, isolators, LEDs, load cells, modules, MOSFETs, motion transducers, optical sensors, optocouplers, optoelectronics, oscillators, photo detectors, potentiometers, power ICs, rectifiers, R/C networks, resistor networks, discrete resistors, variable resistors, rheostats, solid state relays, strain gages, thermistors and sensors, thyristors, transformers, trimmers, varistors, weighing systems, etc.
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.
X-FAB Texas, Inc. in Lubbock, Texas.
A integrated circuit wafer manufacturer. Areas of expertise include 1.0 to 0.13 µm mixed-signal, CMOS and BiCMOS and special BCD, SOI and MEMS long lifetime processes for automotive, industrial and other applications.
Xilinx, Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of programmable logic devices, IP and solutions. Automotive applications include infotainment, driver assistance (camera, radar, laser-based), gateways and comfort & convenience.
ZF Electronics Corporation in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.
Designs, develops and manufactures automotive switches for windows, seats, locks & mirrors; electronic controls for sunroofs and convertible tops.