Manufacturers of various electrical/electronic sensors and related components.
3M Automotive in St. Paul, Minnesota.
A global supplier of products for automotive exteriors, interiors, powertrain/chassis, and for use in automotive manufacturing/assembly. Products include abrasives, acoustic and vibration damping, adhesives and tapes, cabin air filters, catalytic converter mat mounts and insulation, electrical connectors, fasteners, fluoroelastomers, graphic films, heat-shrink moldings, lighting, mirror buttons, nameplates and badging, optical films, plant cleaning and safety products, paint protection and replacement films, security labeling, and lead-free wheel weights.
Advanced Forming Technology USA in Longmont, Colorado.
Services include metal injection molding combining powder metallurgy and plastic injection, thixoforming, and metal matrix composites.
Advanced Mechanical Technology, Inc. in Watertown, Massachusetts.
Provides multi-axis force/torque measurement and wear testing technology, as well as research and development in heat and combustion.
AISIN Electronics, Inc. in Stockton, California.
Supplies automotive parts such as ECUs, sensors, actuators, etc. Applications include daytime running light relay units, seat position sensors and hub-type anti-lock brake sensors.
AISIN U.S.A. Manufacturing, Inc. in Seymour, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures automotive components and systems such as door frames, roofs, latching systems, brakes, engines, seating, trim molding, etc.
Aleph America Corporation in Reno, Nevada.
A supplier of sensors with applications for antilock braking systems, temperature detection, fluid level detection, power seat positioning, open/closed door detection, seat belt tensioning, suspension leveling control, and trunk lid open/closed detection, and damaged lamp detection.
Allegro Microsystems, Inc. in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Designs and manufactures mixed-signal (analog + digital) integrated circuits as well as integrated Hall-effect magnetic sensors.
Alps Electric Company, Ltd. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Designs, develops, and manufactures custom switches, keyless entry systems, electronic control modules, column systems, position sensors, steering controls, and standard components for various automotive applications.
American Electronic Components, Inc. in Elkhart, Indiana.
Designs, manufactures and markets electronic and electrical components including custom sensors, G-Force switches, industrial relays and switches, as well as other electromechanical products.
Amphenol Thermometrics, Inc. in St. Marys, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of high-volume, application oriented, automotive sensors for measuring temperature, pressure, solar, humidity, and gas concentration. The temperature sensor line features NTC thermistor-based temperature sensors, with application ranges of -40 to 1000 degrees Celsius, and IR sensors for non-contact temperature measurement. The silicon-based pressure sensors have a full scale rating from less than 5 inches of water to over 7000 psi. Application specific gas and humidity sensors are also available for engine management and cabin comfort applications. In addition, a full line of PTC thermistors are manufactured that are applied as heaters and resetable fuses.
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.
Amtec Precision Products, Inc. in Elgin, Illinois.
Services include precision machining, injection molded plastics, product assembly and tool systems. Application areas include powertrain, fuel, ride control, brake, air conditioning and hydraulic valves/pumps.
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.
Applied Technology Associates in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
A manufacturer of angular and displacement sensors for crash testing applications.
Arnold Magnetic Technologies Corporation in Rochester, New York.
A manufacturer and source of magnets, magnetic assemblies and other assemblies. Applications include actuators (solenoids), motors (rotary permanent magnet motors, stepper motors, air core gauge motors, and speakers), sensors (hall effect, magnetostrictive, variable reluctance, and GMR), and switches (reed switches, and hall effect switches).
Autoliv, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of vehicle safety systems and components including airbags, knee bolsters, seat belts, pretensioners, sensors and electronics.
AVX Corporation in Fountain Inn, South Carolina.
A manufacturer of passive electronic components including capacitors, circuit protection devices, connectors, filters, varistors, crystals and timing devices. Automotive application areas include safety, engine control, infotainment and chassis control.
Balluff, Inc. in Florence, Kentucky.
An automation sensor manufacturer. Products include electronic sensors, inductive proximity sensors, optoelectronic sensors, linear position transducers and automatic identification sensors, etc.
Behr-Hella Thermocontrol, Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
Designs, developes, manufactures, tests and supplies climate control units for the automotive and heavy truck markets. A manufacturer of automotive electronic controllers and operating units for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) 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.
BI Technologies Corporation in Fullerton, California.
A supplier of sensors and potentiometers for automotive and industrial applications.
BorgWarner Automotive, Inc. in Water Valley, Mississippi.
Produces throttle bodies, throttle position sensors, suspension solenoids, steering solenoids, transmission solenoids, and transmission control modules. Products also include mini direct-acting solenoids.
Bourns, Inc. in Riverside, California.
A manufacturer of electronic components for automotive applications include steering, fuel level, audio controls, circuit protection devices, board level components, non-contacting and pressure sensors.
Bourns, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of sensors, sensor-based monitoring and powdered metal products for the transportation and other industries.
CalsonicKansei North America, Inc. in Lewisburg, Tennessee.
Manufacturer of automotive interior and electronic systems. Products include meters, plastic components, and instrument panels.
Capsonic Automotive, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive end item assemblies such as electromechanical assemblies, switches, solenoids, sensors, motor assemblies, wiring, and lighting.
CARDONE Industries, Inc. in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
A supplier of new and remanufactured automotive products such as brakes, drivetrain, electronics, motors, pumps, and steering components.
CASCO Products Corporation in Bridge Port, Connecticut.
Producers of electromechanical components for the automotive industry including automotive lighters, accessories, PCV, electronic control modules, and seat heaters, etc.
CEBI USA, Inc. in Dearborn, Michigan.
Products include including motors, actuators, sensors, switches & exterior lighting components. Automotive application areas include actuation, cleaning systems, HVAC, control devices, temperature management, powertrain components, locking systems, seat adjustment, window & roof actuation, lighting, gasoline engine components, and fuel system components.
Continental Automotive Systems U.S., Inc. in Deer Park, Illinois.
A provider of automotive communications solutions.
Continental Automotive Systems U.S., Inc. in Seguin, Texas.
Activities include production of electronic components for powertrain & chassis and pressure sensors.
Continental Corporation in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive powertrain, car body, chassis, safety and interior & infotainment systems and components. Areas of expertise include piezo common rail diesel injection systems; air-fuel modules and complete air induction systems; electronic throttle controls (ETCs); mechatronic transmission controls; multipoint, multi-loop airbag controllers; pressure sensor satellite for side airbags; 24 GHz near-field radar sensing; occupant weight and classification sensors for airbags; tire pressure monitoring systems; intelligent switching units; electronic climate-control units; window closure force limitation motors with anti-pinch; passive keyless entry; human factors optimized instrument clusters; commercial vehicle mobile office systems; advanced driver information and navigation systems; re-configurable displays; and vehicle cockpit systems, etc.
Contrinex, Inc. in Carrollton, Texas.
A manufacturer of triple-sensing distance sensors such as proximity sensors from 8 mm to 30 mm. Products also include miniature and sub miniature sensors, photoelectrics and capacitive units, and RFID systems.
CTS Corporation in Elkhart, Indiana.
Custom Sensors & Technologies, Inc. in Moorpark, California.
A supplier of integrated automotive & on/off-highway pressure, level, media quality, and position (LVDT & RVDT) sensors.
D&R Technology, LLC in Carol Stream, Illinois.
A supplier of custom-designed sensors, switches and electromechanical assemblies. Product application areas include seat belt tension sensors, speed and direction sensors and electric parking brake switches, etc.
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.
Firstronic, LLC in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Provides electronics manufacturing services and smart sensor products such as air quality sensors (AQS) and a seatbelt microphone.
Flexpoint Sensor Systems, Inc. in Draper, Utah.
A supplier of thin film sensing technology including bend sensors for airbag seat occupant detection, pedestrian impact detection and horn switch applications.
Flextronics Company in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A global manufacturer of electronics and electromechanical products. capabilities include advanced electronic technology development, advanced product development, advanced manufacturing engineering, prototyping, and program management (APQP). Business units include electronics, electromechanical, and electrical, serving the automotive, appliance and other industries.
Flow Technology, Inc. in Tempe, Arizona.
Provides solutions to measuring the flow of liquids and gases used on-board vehicles and in component test stands. Automotive applications include air intake flow, coolant flow, engine oil flow, fluid fill, fuel flow measurements, hydraulic fluid, paint mix, power steering flow, refrigerant dispensing, refrigerant flow, sealant/adhesive dispensing, and transmission flow.
Fujikura America, Inc. in Santa Clara, California.
Manufactures automotive electrical distribution components. Products include wiring harnesses, junction boxes, ECU units, air bag cables, pressure sensors, seat belt reminder sensors, heat pipes & assemblies, and film antennas, etc.
Gems Sensors, Inc. in Plainville, Connecticut.
A manufacturer of liquid level, flow, pressure and temperature sensors and miniature solenoid valves for use in a broad range of liquids including water, oils, fuels, refrigerants and chemicals. Sensors also include single-point, multi-point, and continuous liquid level sensors. Flow sensor configurations are available for use in liquids for gases, flow rates range from 50 cc/min to 100 gpm. Pressure transducers are sputtered thin film types or chemical vapor deposition types. Cryogenic valves, built for service down to -320°F (-196°C).
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.
GITS Manufacturing Company in Creston, Iowa.
A supplier of oil hole covers, oil cups, brush oilers, tubing clips, shift seals, and drum & tank gauges.
GP:50 Company in Grand Island, New York.
Manufactures pressure transducers for the automotive and other industries. Different transducers are available for various applications such as spike, low pressure, high pressure and melt pressure units.
GRW Technologies, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Services include plastic injection molding, stamping, machining, ultrasonic welding, etc. Product capabilities include air-conditioning sensor systems; braking safety systems such as airbag, ESP, and ABS; wiper system motor covers; alternators; window lift mechanism electronic housings; switches such as micro-switches and deactivating switches; cylinder housing air mass sensors; accelerator pedal modules, etc.
Hamamatsu Corporation in Bridgewater, New Jersey.
A manufacturer of devices for generation and measurement of infrared, visible, and ultraviolet light. Products include photodiodes, photomultiplier tubes, scientific light sources, infrared detectors, photoconductive cells, and imaging devices, and photo-IC's. Automotive applications include rear view mirrors (automatic anti-glare), windshields (raindrop sensors), dashboards (VICS), front grilles (laser radar), steering columns (angle sensors) and center consoles (multifunction jog dials, touch panel sensors, etc.).
Hamlin, Inc. in Lake Mills, Wisconsin.
A supplier of electronic components such as switches, position sensors and reed relays used in automotive and other applications.
Hartmann-exact, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A supplier of sensors and mechatronics.
Hasco Components International Corporation in New Hyde Park, New York.
A supplier of reed switches and electromechanical relays, reed relays, and reed switch devices.
Hella North America, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Designs and manufactures lighting, sensors, relays, electronic flashers, control modules, complete front-end modules and related products.
Hitachi Automotive Systems Americas, Inc. in Harrodsburg, Kentucky.
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.
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.
Honeywell, Inc. in Freeport, Illinois.
A supplier of sensors, switches and control products for system critical applications in the automotive and other industries. Products include cam & crank sensors, wheel speed sensors, cam & crank building blocks, and transmission sensors.
Honeywell, Inc. in Columbus, Ohio.
Manufactures sensors for pressure, torque, load, temperature, force, vibration and displacement including multi-channel signal conditioners, in-line amplifiers and digital readouts. Activities include powertrain testing and vehicle testing specializing in all types of automotive sensors including pressure transducers, torque transducers, load/force transducers, LVDTs, and accelerometers.
Humanetics Innovative Solutions, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A designer and manufacturer of crash test dummies, instrumentation and related test equipment. Designer of finite element models for crash test simulations. Provides sensor installations including strain gauges.
IEE Sensing, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A provider of automotive safety sensing systems for occupant detection and classification. Applications include detection of front-seat passengers, child-seats and orientations, and classification of vehicle occupants for use in controlling airbag deployment, and activation of "fasten seat-belt" alerts. Products include OC™, seat belt reminders, BodySense™, and Protecto™. Also offers customized input sensing solutions for car interiors consisting of sliders, scrollers, touchpads and proximity sensors..
IER Fujikura, Inc. in Macedonia, Ohio.
A manufacturer of high precision, custom molded elastomer seals using over 20 different base polymers with in-house formulation and mixing capabilities. Specialties include fluorinated elastomers. Capabilities include engineering support. Automotive applications include elastomer seals and parts for fuel systems emission controls, air management systems, brake systems, safety devices, electrical connectors, climate control, etc. (ORVR seals, EGR diaphragms, rollover valves, pump cups, air bags seals, air valves, thermostat components, needles, canister purge solenoids, etc.).
II Stanley Co., Inc. in Battle Creek, Michigan.
A manufacturer of automotive lighting assemblies. Products include active headlight systems, cylindrical head lamps, and projector + alpha head lamps, etc.
IMMI® in Westfield, Indiana.
Develops and manufactures safety systems for the heavy truck, child seating and other industries.
Index Sensors and Controls, Inc. in Bellingham, Washington.
A manufacturer and designer of switches, sensors, and controls for the industrial vehicle, engine, and equipment markets. Specializing in temperature, pressure, and air conditioning applications.
Infineon Technologies Corporation in Milpitas, California.
A supplier of 32-bit microcontrollers designed for automotive embedded control systems. Automotive integrated circuits (ICs) include MOSFETs; DC/DC converters; system basic chips (SBCs); embedded power integrated circuits (ICs); auto LEDs; linear voltage regulators; motor drivers (integrated high current motor drivers, integrated smart power motor drivers, gate driver integrated circuits (ICs) for external MOSFETs); powertrain integrated circuits (ICs) (powertrain electronic throttle control H-bridges, powertrain & safety multi-channel low-side switches); restraint system integrated circuits (ICs); smart high- & low-side switches (body relay control multi-channel SPI drivers, advanced light control power controllers, etc.); industrial transceivers, CAN transceivers, LIN transceivers; ABS/ESP braking vehicle stability integrated circuits (ICs); etc.
Interface, Inc. in Scottdale, Arizona.
A manufacturer of precision load cells and related accessories for a wide variety of force measurement and other test and applications. Services include load cell re-calibration & repair. Automotive application areas include shock absorber testing, engine dynamometer, fuel flow, center of gravity, valve spring, steering torque, drive train, transmission gearbox, differential, gear mesh, spring testing, assembly machines, bearing press, gas tank assembly, press to fit, durability testing, component testing, crash testing, and bushing qualification.
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.
Judd Wire, Inc. in Turners Falls, Massachusetts.
A wire and cable manufacturer specializing in electron beam cross-linked irradiation technology for wire insulation serving the automotive and other industries. Applications include ABS cables, ride control sensors, transmission wire, primary wire plus SAE JA50, ISO DIN specs, side air bag wire, fixelink, databus cables, battery cables and gas tank wire. Temperature range from -55 Celsius to 250 Celsius.
Kaman Measuring Systems in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
A supplier of non-contact, high precision, linear displacement sensors based on eddy current technology with nanometer resolution, 50KHz frequency response, full scale ranges from 0.001" to 2.00". Customization and application specific products are available including the Kaman ThreadCheckerTM thread detection line of sensors. Automotive engine dynamics testing applications include TDC, piston slap, push rod deflection, oil film thickness, shaft orbit, and valve lift. Automotive parts manufacturing applications include in-die parts inspection/measurement, thread detection, debris detection and dimensioning.
Kendrion (Shelby), Inc. in Shelby, North Carolina.
A supplier of switches, actuating devices, sensors and control components to the automotive, heavy truck, recreational vehicle, off-road, engine, and other markets. Products include custom flow control valves (diesel fuel pressure, A/C compressor control, transmission control); diesel fuel pressure custom coils; engine oil and heavy truck air brake pressure switches; 12 volt direct current circuit protection breakers; as well as neutral start, reverse lamp and clutch control mechanical switches, etc.
Key Safety Systems, Inc. in Lakeland, Florida.
A supplier of occupant protection systems, including airbags and inflators, seat belts, steering wheels, and electronics and sensors, interiors and plastics.
Kimball Electronics Group, Inc. in Jasper, Indiana.
Provides electronic manufacturing services such as contract assembly to the automotive industry. Application areas include air bag ECUs, stability control ECUs, electronic power steering, sensors, telematics, infotainment systems, navigation systems, etc.
KIONIX, Inc. in Ithaca, New York.
A supplier of silicon-micromachined MEMS inertial sensors.
Kostal of America, Inc. in Troy, Michigan.
A supplier of automobile electrical products such as manually operated devices/switches, vehicle electrical system control devices, roof modules, driver assistance components, keyless entry, steering column modules, door modules, etc.
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.
LEM USA, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of current and voltage sensors for CV, HEV, EV, and FCV vehicles for battery management, inverter, DC-DC converters, EPS, braking, etc.
Littelfuse Commercial Vehicle Products in Boston, Massachusetts.
A manufacturer of electrical and electronic switches and connectors for heavy-duty trucks and equipment including low voltage disconnect switches, toggles, rockers, push-pulls, rotary switches, solenoids, disconnect switches, and battery isolators.
Lumberg, Inc. in North Chesterfield, Virginia.
A supplier of automotive electrical connectors, sensors and modules.
Magna Closures, Inc. in Newmarket, Ontario.
A supplier of latching systems, hinges & wire formed components, power closure systems, electronics, door modules, window systems, engineered glass systems, sealing, trim, roof racks, roof systems, running boards, etc.
Magna Electronics, Inc. in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of electronic controls, actuators, sensors and motors. Specializes in driver assistance & safety systems, body electronics & HMI, intelligent power systems, engine electronics & liquid sensors, etc.
Magna International, Inc. in Aurora, Ontario.
A supplier of automotive systems, assemblies, modules and components. Capabilities include the design, engineering, testing and manufacture of automotive interior systems; seating systems; closure systems; body and chassis systems; vision systems; electronic systems; hybrid & electric vehicles/systems; exterior systems; powertrain systems; roof systems; as well as complete vehicle engineering and assembly.
Magna Mirrors North America, Inc. in Holland, Michigan.
A supplier of mirror systems, window systems, door handles, and electronics.
Magnetic Sensors Corporation in Anaheim, California.
A manufacturer of magnetic sensors for monitoring speed, motion, or position. Products include custom coil assemblies.
Magtrol, Inc. in Buffalo, New York.
A manufacturer of measurement and control products for torque-speed-power, load-force-weight, tension and displacement applications. Product line includes hysteresis, eddy-current and powder brake dynamometers; torque transducers, controllers, power analyzers, software, custom designed motor test systems and test stands; hysteresis brakes and clutches; load measuring pins, load-force-weight sensors, strain transducers, load monitoring units, load conditioners and displays; displacement sensors and rotary transmitters.
Marsh Bellofram Corporation in Newell, West Virginia.
A manufacturer of pressure and temperature instrumentation, elastomeric diaphragms, and control components.
Measurement Specialties, Inc. in Aliso Viejo, California.
Designs and manufactures sensors and sensor-based systems for the automotive industry. Products applications include pressure, force, vibration, shock, acceleration/deceleration, position, humidity and photo optics. Technologies used include piezoresistive, electro-optic, electro-magnetic, application specific integrated circuits (ASICs), micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), piezoelectric polymers and strain gauges.
Measurement Specialties, Inc. in Hampton, Virginia.
Designs and manufactures sensors and sensor-based systems. Products include pressure, force, position and piezo sensors with applications for automotive braking systems, diesel engine fuel rails, occupant weight sensing, wheel alignment and vehicular safety systems.
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.
Methode Electronics, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois.
Designs, manufactures and markets devices employing electrical, electronic, wireless, sensing and optical technologies to control and convey signals through sensors, interconnections and controls. Products include switches, sensors, electric modules, air bag clock spring assemblies, and wire harnesses.
Methode Electronics, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A supplier of switches, sensors, electric modules, and wire harnesses.
MICRO in Somerset, New Jersey.
A supplier of custom, small, light gauge, metal stampings, insert molded products, and custom assemblies. Automotive applications include air-bag sensors, lamp and lamp housings, oxygen sensors, electrical system parts (switches, contacts, terminals, connectors, blades, and plugs), brackets, inserts and springs.
Microplastics, Inc. in St. Charles, Illinois.
Services include insert molding (prototype and production) and associated assembly, including potting application, welding and soldering. Automotive applications include filters, ECU housings, sensor housings and connectors for safety electronics, braking, ignition, door electronics and all other vehicle electronics systems.
MicroStrain, Inc. in Williston, Vermont.
A supplier of wireless micro-miniature displacement, orientation and strain sensing systems that measure strain, force, displacement, acceleration, temperature and inclination, for test and measurement, process control, quality assurance, condition based monitoring of machinery etc.
Mikuni American Corporation in Northridge, California.
A supplier of position sensors, carburetors, throttle bodies, fuel pumps, vacuum pumps, accelerator pedal modules, fuel injection systems, heaters, exhaust valves, oil pumps, coolant control valves, water pumps, secondary air valves, metering oil pumps, and hydrogen sensors, etc.
Molex Incorporated in Auburn Hills, Michigan.
Supplier of connectors, terminals, lead frames, buss bars, electronic modules, etc.
MTS Systems Corporation in Cary, North Carolina.
A supplier of Temposonics commercial sensors utilizing magnetostrictive technology. Automotive applications include use in active suspension systems velocity and position measurement, transmission shift position feedback, and steering angle measurement.
Multek Corporation in Northfield, Minnesota.
A high volume, roll-to-roll flexible circuit manufacturer, processing single and double-sided circuits using a wide array of technologies from screen printing and punching to high definition and laser drilling. Products include flexible circuitry, assemblies and materials for a wide variety of automotive interconnect applications. Other products include technical materials and adhesives technology for applications such as flat cable tapes, barrier tapes, etc.
Murata Electronics North America, Inc. in Smyrna, Georgia.
A supplier of ceramic-based passive electronic components including capacitors, filters, inductors, piezo alarms, resistors, resonators, VCO's circuit modules, and high frequency products.
Nartron Corporation in Reed City, Michigan.
An electronic systems integrator. Products include electronic sensors and controls. Applications include smart power systems closure products such as power windows, doors and sunroofs.
National Molding, LLC in Miami Lakes, Florida.
Specializes in tooling services, custom injection molding, and providing value-added operations. Supports manufacturers through the design, engineering, material specification and production processes of molded plastic products and assemblies including clips, retainers, rivets, hole plugs, trim components, rod and cable retainers, bearing liners, printed circuit board standoffs, wire bundling mounts, wire tie mounts, bushings, washers, and fasteners.
NGK Spark Plugs (U.S.A.), Inc. in Wixom, Michigan.
A supplier of spark plugs, oxygen & knock sensors, glow plugs, temperature sensors, wire sets and plug caps.
Nidec Elesys Americas Corporation in Suwanee, Georgia.
A supplier of automotive safety electronics in the areas of occupant sensing and classification. Applications include passive and active safety systems such as passenger sensing systems, occupant detection systems, airbag sensors and controllers, adaptive cruise control, anti-lock brakes, electronic power steering, traction control system, and vehicle stability controls.
Novotechnik U.S., Inc. in Southborough, Massachusetts.
Develops and manufactures custom position sensor solutions for in-vehicle automotive applications. Applications include steer-by-wire, throttle-by-wire, ride height, stability regulation and four-wheel steering.
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.
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.).
Optrand, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
Specializes in the development and manufacturing of static and dynamic pressure sensors for continuous monitoring and control, as well as testing and diagnostic applications.
Panasonic Automotive Electronics Company in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of automotive DVD audio and video entertainment systems, CD and cassette radios, audio amplifiers and speakers. Additional products include audio mechanisms, standard components, custom components and automotive camera solutions for a variety of automotive applications.
Pancon Corporation in Temecula, California.
A manufacturer of connector pins and terminals, switch and relay contacts, lead frames, sensors, and other stamped parts for electronic applications.
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.
PMC SMART Solutions, LLC in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A plastic injection molder. Supplies integrated plastic components and assemblies to the automotive and other industries. Specializes in under-hood components for engine management systems. Expertise in plastic processing of thermoplastic insert, hot-oil, thermoset, compression and transfer molding plastic materials including glass-filled nylons, PPS, Acetal/POM, PPA/Amodel, PET, PBT, ABS, etc. Capabilities include product design, prototyping, tooling and high-volume production.
Preh, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of modules and complete systems for automobile electronics in the areas of driver control systems (infotainment, climate control, controls and displays) and sensor systems.
Prettl de Mexico S.A. de C.V. in Corregidora, Querétaro.
Manufactures wire harnesses for planar sensors and ABS wheel speed sensors, as well as brushcard systems and modules for small electronic motors. Other products include thermostats.
Prettl Electric Corporation in Greenville, South Carolina.
A manufacturer of electromechanical systems for the automotive industry. Products include fuel level sensors, wire harnesses for planar sensors, ABS wheel speed sensors, wire harnesses for heavy duty vehicles as well as precision molded plastic component inserts.
Qualtré, Inc. in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
A developer of solid state silicon MEMS-based motion sensors. Products include bulk acoustic wave inertial sensors, accelerometers, gyroscopes, etc.
Robert Bosch, LLC in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Parts/components supplied include gasoline systems (engine management, modules and engine components, fuel injectors, sensors, ignitions, electronic throttle control, integrated air/fuel modules); diesel systems (electronic diesel control, air management, fuel injection management, exhaust gas management); chassis (antilock braking, traction control, electronic stability programs, brake assistance, sensors, hydraulic braking and components such as brake boosters & master cylinders, disc brakes, drum brakes, wheel modules); energy & body (alternators/starters, airflow systems, software and electronics, engine thermal management components, climate-control components, seating comfort, mechatronics for side doors & roofs, windshield and rear-window cleaning); car multimedia (indication & display instruments, car radios, cockpit electronics, HMI, navigation & driver info); electronics (electronic control units, electronic occupant-protection, driver-assistance, semiconductors, sensors, relays).
Robert Bosch, LLC in Anderson, South Carolina.
Products include gasoline systems components such as oxygen sensors, integrated air fuel modules (IAFMs), transmission control modules (TCMs), electronic throttle bodies (ETBs) as well as electronics components such as LTCCs, hybrid ECUs, and TCUs.
Rockwell Automation, Inc. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of industrial control and automation products, CNC, drives & motors, electrical operation interface, engineered solutions, general motion control, I/O systems, industrial computers, medium voltage drives, motor control centers, networks, open systems, power products, process control, programming controllers, sensors & software.
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.
Sensata Technologies, Inc. in Attleboro, Massachusetts.
A designer and manufacturer of sensors and controls.
Sensirion, Inc. in Westlake Village, California.
A supplier of humidity and flow sensors for automotive and other applications.
Sensor Developments, Inc. in Lake Orion, Michigan.
Designs and manufacturescustom force and torque sensors, dynamometer sensors and data acquisition equipment.
Sensor Products, Inc. in Madison, New Jersey.
Distributes pressure indicating sensor film and manufactures electronic pressure indicating sensor systems and scanners. Applications include tire testing, brake/clutch surface pressure, impact, head gaskets, door seals, etc. Provides in-house and on-site stress and pressure mapping analysis and consulting, as well as a variety of regional technical seminars.
Sensors, Inc. in Saline, Michigan.
A designer, developer and manufacturer of portable vehicle emission test systems. Provides laboratory-quality measurements for gasoline and diesel powered vehicles. Also manufactures OEM emissions analyzers and exhaust flow meters.
Shin-Etsu Magnetics Inc. in San Jose, California.
A supplier of rare earth neodymium magnets and samarium cobalt perpetual magnets.
SICK, Inc. in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
A provider of factory automation solutions. Manufactures sensors, safety systems, machine vision and automatic identification solutions for the automotive industry. Products include industrial sensors, safety systems such as light curtains and automatic identification solutions such as bar code readers.
SL America Corporation in Clinton, Tennessee.
A supplier of lamp systems including head lamps, rear lamps and fog lamps as well as center high mounted stop lamps (CHMSLs); chassis systems including parking auto shifters, manual shifters, park brake levers, pedals, fuel fillers caps and carrier-spare tires; mirror systems including outside rear view mirrors and inside mirrors, and front end module (FEM) systems including bumper beams, horns, hood-latches and sensors.
SPX Corporation in Charlotte, North Carolina.
A supplier of special service tools, equipment, diagnostics and information services for vehicle OEM dealership networks. Also a supplier of automotive transmission fluid filters.
SSI Technologies, Inc. in Janesville, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of sensors and sensor-based monitoring systems for the automotive, heavy truck and other industries. Products include ABS wheel-speed and electronic shift transmission rotational speed sensors, pressure sensors, ultrasonic level sensors, and electric power steering position and torque sensors.
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.
Stoneridge, Inc. in Novi, Michigan.
A supplier of highly engineered automotive and commercial vehicle components including: sensors that measure temperature, position, fluid level, pressure, torque and soot; electromechanical actuators; customer actuated and hidden switches; solenoid control valves; trailer tow connectors; instrumentation, clusters, control modules and wiring.
Stoneridge, Inc. in Lexington, Ohio.
A supplier of emissions-related sensors and controls used in diesel and gasoline engine applications including exhaust aftertreatment. Products include low to high temperature (-40C to 1050C) sensors, pressure switches/transducers, canister vent solenoid valves, fluid level switches, emissions systems valves (i.e. turbo wastegate valves), coil actuated products and speed & position hall effect sensors.
Stoneridge, Inc. in Warren, Ohio.
A designer and manufacturer of electrical and electronic components, modules and systems principally for the automotive, medium and heavy-duty truck markets.
Sumco, LLC in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A supplier of reel-to-reel electroplated products including automotive interconnecters and automotive sensors.
Systron Donner Inertial in Concord, California.
A supplier of MEMS (micro electro mechanical Systems) technology inertial sensors, subsystems and systems for the automotive and other industries. Automotive applications include incident recorders, instrumentation, intelligent cruise control, rollover sensors, and vehicle dynamics.
Taditel Automotive Electronics, Ltd. in Anderson, Indiana.
A supplier of automotive electronic components such as ignition modules, sensors, rectifiers, PCB and Thick Film engine control modules, voltage regulators, etc.
TAG Holdings, LLC in Wixom, Michigan.
Products include torsion vibration dampers, temperature sensors, ceramic components. Capabilities include modular assembly and supply chain management services.
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.
TDK Corporation of America in Lincolnshire, Illinois.
A supplier of ceramic capacitors, inductors, EMC solutions, magnets, power supplies, OLED technology etc. Automotive applications range from safely and convenience and car navigation to in-car entertainment and hybrid engine vehicle technology. Other products include anechoic chambers and factory automation equipment.
Temprel, Inc. in Boyne City, Michigan.
A supplier of precision temperature sensors, thermocouples, connectors, compression fittings and thermocouple wire.
The Intec Group Inc. in Palatine, Illinois.
Designs and manufactures precision insert molded and injection molded thermoplastic parts. Applications include automatic door locks, wiper connectors, fuel sensors, fuel tank switch connectors, and key buzzer connectors.
Therm-O-Disc Incorporated in Mansfield, Ohio.
Designs and manufactures temperature sensors and controls for the automotive and other industries. Products include bimetal disc temperature controls, thermal cutoffs, and special purpose electronic and electromechanical sensors and controls.
Thermotion, LLC in Mentor, Ohio.
A supplier of electro-thermal actuators, speed sensors, indicators, and control devices. Applications include automotive heater control valves and axle gear engagement.
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.
Transducer Techniques, LLC. in Temecula, California.
Designs and manufactures load cells, torque sensors, special purpose transducers and related instrumentation. Applications include weighing and force measurement.
Trensor in Irvine, California.
A manufacturer of pressure sensors, or transducers and pressure temperature combination sensors.
Trombetta Motion Technologies in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A supplier of standard and custom solenoids, linear actuators and electronic controls designed to meet the harshest automotive application. Custom engineered design capability. Manufacturer of solenoid actuators and specialized control modules. Applications include door latching and locking, transmission and brake engagement, engine shut-down and throttle control. Solenoids can deliver forces up to 400 pounds, strokes up to four inches.
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.
TT Electronics in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Designs and manufactures resistive components for the automotive and other markets. Applications include ignition control, ride control, steering, transmission, captive fasteners, airbag systems, throttle-positioning potentiometers, running lamps, and anti-lock brakes.
Tyco Electronics Corporation in Berwyn, Pennsylvania.
Manufactures connectors and assemblies including sensors, optoelectronics, circuit boards, wireless components, in addition to complete interconnection systems.
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.
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.
Wabash Technologies Corporation in Huntington, Indiana.
Specializes in fuel injection, ABS wheel speed sensors, engine timing sensors, transmission speed sensors, precision coils, EGR valve sensors, fuel cards and encoders, and rotary position sensors.
WAKO Electronics (USA), Inc. in Louisville, Kentucky.
Produces automotive bimetal pressure switches and thermostats.
Weastec, Inc. in Hillsboro, Ohio.
A manufacturer of automotive ignition systems, sensors and switches. Products include combination switches, power window switches, steering wheel switches, in-panel switches, seat switches, door switches, entertainment switch modules, electronics, sensors as well as ignition coils, etc. Processes include injection molding, painting, laser etching, PCB surface mounting, final inspection, etc. Capabilities include design, prototyping, validation testing and mass production, etc.
Wells Manufacturing, L.P. in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.
Designs and manufacturers electronic engine management systems, charging systems and sensors for the automotive aftermarket and the OEM market. Products include ignition, wire and cable, switches, sensors and components for fuel emissions and charging systems.
Williams Controls Industries, Inc. in Portland, Oregon.
A supplier of pneumatic, hydraulic and electronic throttle controls including a remote sensor assembly and a gear driven suspended electronic accelerator pedal.
Yazaki North America, Inc. in Canton, Michigan.
Produces electrical distribution systems, fiber optics, instrumentation, solid state power centers, connection systems and electronics. Activities include research, development and delivery of vehicle power and data solutions, as well as advanced electronic technologies for vehicle applications.
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.
ZF TRW North America in Livonia, Michigan.
Products include active & passive safety systems.
ZF TRW North America in Winona, Minnesota.
A supplier of heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) controls and actuators, interior controls and switches, rain and multifunction sensors, transmission switches, power management controls, safety sensors for braking and steering, and safety interface controls and electronics for airbags and seat positioning.