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Kyocera Corporation to Exhibit at Automotive Engineering Exposition 2024


Kyoto, Japan - [May 15] - Kyocera Corporation (President: Hideo Tanimoto) announced its participation in the Automotive Engineering Exposition 2024 in Pacifico Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture May 22-24 (booth #N32).


List of Exhibited Products

Antenna Solutions For Automotive, MLCC, SuperCapacitors, Connectors, SAW Filters, Crystal Devices, Power Semiconductors, On Board Charger, Far Infrared Rays (FIR) Sensor for Vehicles, High-resolution Stereo camera with RGB-IR image sensor, 1.3Mp Digital Camera Module for Vehicles, High-Resolution Small-Tip Lens Unit for ADAS, High-Pixel Far-Infrared Lens Unit, Ghost Flare Reduction Technology for LiDAR, Abrasion Resistant/Corrosion Resistant Water Repellent Coat, HAPTIVITY®i for Automotive Steering Switches, Copper Base High Temperature Cofired Ceramic Package for Laser Module, Antenna PCB for millimeter wave radar, FC-BGA Substrate for Automotive SoC, LTE Communication Module, Sensing Tool, and more.

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Highlights of Kyocera's exhibition


Rotor Position Sensor (Demo)

Electric and hybrid vehicles require efficient motor controllers to reduce energy consumption and extend cruising range. Rotor position sensors provide fast and accurate rotor position measurements for such control devices. Kyocera's rotor position sensors support high speeds of up to 100,000 rpm and their flexible design enables positional accuracy of less than 0.5° electrically, in line with the opposite pole of the motor.

Electronic Motorcycle Throttle (Demo)

Kyocera will demo an interactive throttle simulating a motorcycle ride. The integrated sensor in an electronic throttle grip transmits the throttle grip rotation angle to the control unit quickly and accurately. This controls sudden acceleration and braking, contributing to safe driving.

Far Infrared Rays (FIR) Sensor for Vehicles (Demo)

Using far-infrared radiation emitted from objects to create images, FIR sensors can detect pedestrians and vehicles in the distance, even in darkness or other adverse weather. The compact sensor, about the size of an AAA battery, allows for a high degree of flexibility in its installation, allowing it to be placed inside the grille, on the rooftop or virtually anyplace on the vehicle. Kyocera will demonstrate object detection in darkness and a foggy environment at the exhibition.