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ams-OSRAM AG Tobelbader Strasse 30, A-8141 Unterpremstaetten, Austria Major Parts Suppliers image
Benteler Group (Benteler Automobiltechnik GmbH) Schillerstraße 25-27 5020 Salzburg Austria Major Parts Suppliers image
Miba AG Dr.-Mitterbauer-Str. 3, 4663 Laakirchen, Austria Major Parts Suppliers image
3M Oesterreich GmbH Kranichberggasse 4, 1120 Vienna, Austria image
Aalberts Surface Treatment Ges.m.b.H. Gewerbestrasse 21, A-5261, Helpfau-Uttendorf, Austria image
abatec GmbH Oberregauer Straße 48, A-4844 Regau, Austria image
ab Metallwaren GmbH Ahornstraße 1, A-4523 Neuzeug, Austria image
ABW Automatendreherei Brueder Wieser GmbH Gewerbestrasse 2, A-4882, Oberwang, Austria image
ACH solution GmbH Gewerbepark 5, A-4652 Fischlham, Austria image
Action Composites GmbH Molkereistrasse 4, Ried im Innkreis, 4910, Austria image
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May 20, 2024

ams-OSRAM AG (ams OSRAM) announced that its subsidiary, ams-OSRAM Japan Ltd., will present its sensing and illumination solutions at the Automotive Engineering Exposition 2024 in Yokohama, Japan, from May 22 to 24.

The displayed solutions include EVIYOS 2.0 for road safety, the SYNIOS range of extended light bars, individually addressable LED chips of the OSIRE family, the ALIYOS LED-on-foil technology for automotive lighting, the XLS (eXchangable LED Signal lamp), and LiDAR.

The company will also showcase its groundbreaking Open System Protocol (OSP), a flexible, centralized communication platform, along with its first two OSP-capable products: the intelligent OSIRE E3731i LED RGB module and the AS1163 standalone intelligent driver (SAID). It will present a dynamic illumination demo with hundreds of intelligent OSIRE E3731i RGB LEDs.

In addition, the AS8579 capacitive sensor that can sense the impedance of the existing steering wheel’s heater element will also be presented. The sensor is based on a new capaci-tive measurement technology that provides reliable hand detection even with wearing gloves or in humid conditions. This helps improve the safety of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) while reducing the cost of the Hands-on Detection System (HoD).

(From a press release dated May 17, 2024)

May 16, 2024

On May 15, AVL, a mobility technology company, announced that it has invested in e-mobility facilities at the Engineering Centre in Basildon, United Kingdom, to support hydrogen and e-mobility projects. The e-mobility vehicle center will include a Hydrogen Cube and an Electrification Lab.

The new Electrification Lab will allow for mechanical and electrical work and can conduct battery commissioning checks before verification. Whereas, the Hydrogen Cube will provide a safe space for hydrogen internal combustion engine (ICE) and fuel cell work, facilitating build, maintenance, and conversions to hydrogen vehicles. The Cube workshop will also undertake fuel cell and tank installation, integration of battery and hydrogen commissioning, including low-pressure hydrogen fills.

Based on AVL press release

May 16, 2024

ams-OSRAM AG (ams OSRAM) announced its plans to invest EUR 588 million in the development and production site in Premstätten, Styria, Austria, by 2030.

The company has applied for funding of up to EUR 200 million within the framework of the European Chips Act to the EU Commission for this purpose.

The planned new semiconductor manufacturing factory at the Styria production site will strengthen the company’s technological leadership and security of supply in Europe and Austrian semiconductor ecosystem. It will create around 250 new jobs in the next few years.

The factory will produce the next generation of highly differentiated optoelectronic sensors for medical and automotive applications. It consists of a combination of outstanding technologies (CMOS, Filter, and Through Silicon Vias (TSV)) functions according to a toolbox concept. The construction of an additional 1,800-sqm cleanroom at the site for CMOS production will double filter capacity and increase TSV capacity by a factor of four.

In addition, around 20% of the newly created production capacity will be available as an "open foundry", as a contract manufacturer for other companies or research institutes. It will be the first foundry in Europe to offer a combination of technologies and services to develop new solutions for automotive, medical, and industrial applications.

(From a press release dated May 13, 2024)