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EMS provider Lite-On Technology will showcase in-house-developed automotive electronic devices, including T-Box telematics, V2X (vehicle to everything) modules, HUDs (head-up displays), camera modules, radar sensors, LiDAR sensors, Qi wireless charging modules and smart LED headlights at the upcoming CES 2018 event in Las Vegas, Nevada, in the United States. CES 2018 will be held January 9–12.
For production of automotive electronics, Lite-On Tech is setting up a factory in southern Taiwan and another in Changzhou, eastern China, and expanding capacity at a factory in Mexico, according to Digitimes.
Stephen Las Marias, I-Connect007
In an interview with SMT007 Magazine, Mathieu Kury, business development manager at Asteelflash USA Corp., talks about the new challenges and customer requirements when it comes to automotive electronics assembly, trends driving the growth of the market, and where the industry is headed.
Michael Hanke, chief customer officer of Rehm Thermal Systems, speaks with I-Connect007 Managing Editor Andy Shaughnessy about the importance of communicating with their customers when it comes to new process and technology trends. He also talks about Industry 4.0 and big data, and process monitoring and transparency.
Judy Warner, I-Connect007
At the recent electronica trade show in Munich, Alwyn Rea, director of business development for non-automotive products at ALL CIRCUITS, a French-based EMS company, speaks with I-Connect007's Judy Warner about his company, their capabilities, and what makes them different from their competitors.