Canatu presented CNT film heaters at TechBlick Printed, Flexible, Hybrid and InMold electronics virtual event
Advancing autonomous driving in any weather
Global printed electronics community gathered online for TechBlick’s first virtual event on 10 & 11 March 2021 covering Printed, Flexible, Hybrid and InMold electronics. Marketing Director Mari Makkonen spoke about Canatu CNT film film heaters for ADAS camera and LiDAR systems as a key enabler of autonomous driving in any weather. Her talk covered ADAS market evolution, key constraints to ADAS uptake, side effects of harsh weather on camera and LiDAR systems, challenges associated with the conventional heating systems and how the limitations can be overcome with Canatu CNT film heaters, to improve safety and reliability. Watch broadcast video below to learn more.
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Canatu is a carbon nanomaterial developer creating the most advanced carbon nanotubes for industry-transforming products. The Canatu carbon nanotube (CNT) technology has been created with a unique process that ensures the required versatility and reliability for highly engineered solutions. Canatu partners with forerunner companies, together transforming products for better tomorrows with nano carbon. The company’s focus is in the automotive and semiconductor industries with the portfolio’s core spanning from ADAS heaters to 3D touch sensors and to EUV membranes. The experts at Canatu think big and create impacts on the tiniest scale – nano solutions for massive impact. Canatu’s headquarters are in Finland with sales offices also in the US, Japan and Taiwan.