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TDK to double output of advanced automobile sensors

Global demand expected to rise by 10% annually until 2026

TDK claims its advanced TMR sensors are more resistant to temperature changes, have higher magnetic sensitivity, last longer and are more accurate. (Source photo by Yuta Fukushima and courtesy of TDK)

TOKYO -- TDK, a leading Japanese electronics company, plans to double production capacity for high-precision magnetic sensors for automobiles by mid-2025, Nikkei has learned. 

Demand for sensors is expanding as autonomous driving functions become increasingly sophisticated.

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