Automotive Market

Aker Technology’s leading-edge quartz crystals and oscillators are designed to enable the best frequency control technology in the automotive industry. Because these components are expected to work without failure, no matter the operating conditions, our state-of-the-art manufacturing, engineering, research, development and quality control ensures that every component is certified.

Whether our products are being used in systems for new energy vehicles, driver safety , entertainment, navigation or communications, every component is ready for use – even in the most demanding environments. Aker’s competitively priced, high-quality selection of qualified crystals and oscillators are offered in a variety of sizes and frequencies to meet your needs.

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When mission-critical timing components that meet stringent industry specs are needed, Aker’s full range of AEC-Q200 Rev. E products will help get the job done. These qualified crystals meet AEC specifications and standards and are suitable for use in a harsh automotive environment without additional component-level qualification testing.

New Energy Vehicles

Whether there’s a need for a crucial component for an electric vehicle system, or a fully integrated module designed for ease of manufacturing, Aker’s automotive grade frequency control products can help fulfill those needs. These products meet the accuracy requirements for new energy vehicle controller and charger applications.

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
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Aker crystals meet the specific requirements for many camera and mm wave radar sensors in a variety of applications, including lane departure warning systems, parking aid systems, adaptive cruise control systems, blind spot detection systems, forward collision warning and automatic emergency braking.

Child Presence Detection

Child Presence Detection (CPD) safety technology uses in-vehicle sensors and external communication technology to detect a child that has been left behind in a vehicle within seconds, triggering a warning signal to get the driver’s attention. The sensors used in CPD systems include a camera, mm wave radar, IR LED and biosensors.