Bosch chooses Huber + Suhner antennas

World's largest automotive supplier wants 3D antenna tech for automated driving systems
Detection, Monitoring & Machine Vision / September 5, 2022
By Adam Hill
3D antenna technology automated driving
A demonstrator of Huber + Suhner's 3D antenna technology (not the ones included in the Bosch project)

Bosch, the world's largest automotive supplier, has awarded Huber + Suhner a contract to manufacture and supply radar antennas for automated driving.

The antennas are used in radar sensors for assisted and automated driving, a vital plank of mapping a vehicle's surroundings for safe operation.

Huber + Suhner says its 3D antenna technology, based on metallised plastic, "plays a decisive role in ensuring that driver assistance systems can detect the position, relative speed and direction of movement of other road users and objects from a long distance and even at high speeds with the utmost reliability". 

The company says it can offer Bosch everything from one source, from engineering to series production.

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