MEMS Sensors Grow In Finland

Murata announced is expanding its MEMS sensor manufacturing with a new factory in Vantaa, Finland to increase the sensor production capacity. Total value of the investment is five billion yen. With the expansion, the company estimates to create 150–200 new jobs in 2018–2019. The MEMS sensors manufactured by Murata in Finland are used in applications such as car safety systems and pacemakers. The total value of the investment is underpinned by the growing worldwide demand for MEMS sensors used in the automotive industry and various health and industrial applications.

 

"The market for advanced driver-assistance systems, self-directed cars, healthcare, and other emerging technologies are expected to be significant growth drivers. MEMS sensors are critical solutions for these applications and deliver proven measurement accuracy and stability in a variety of conditions," said Yuichiro Hayata, Managing Director for Murata Electronics Oy. For more information, visit Murata.

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