The car has entered the era of interconnected vehicles. Car network technology has become, and will increasingly become the focus of those who focus on the driving experience of the leading car manufacturers and consumers of the most concerned about. Only about one-fifth of the currently shipped vehicles are equipped with a connection function. If the future of the car can achieve our expected versatility and stability, equipped Sensor with internal and external facilities for resource sharing network connectivity and data sensing capabilities, OEMs must develop high-performance connectors and sensors to ensure that The connectivity of the interconnected car is particularly important in the case of increasing traffic volume inside and outside the current car. Within the car, various sensors provide feedback on how and when to control vehicle control. Outside the car, it helps car positioning, monitoring vehicle speed, fuel, troubleshooting, and many other functions through the collection and delivery of information.
   A general trend for automobiles is the increasing use of sensors in vehicle design, which further boosts the growth of electronic components and increases the demand for connectivity solutions. Clermont University's vehicle electronics lab found that at least 25 sensors are now entering the automotive electronics system. For the miniaturization of electronic components, a major trend is the use of printed sensors. TE and Molex have introduced a series of sensors, but the focus is different. Molex focuses on miniaturized, highly flexible sensor solutions. The Molex Soligie® product line's print-type sensors offer the full advantage of fabricating components and interconnecting systems on flexible substrates such as plastic, paper and metal foils. On this basis, Molex's manufacturing process enables small, highly flexible integrated sensor solutions that are ideal for a range of automotive applications Temperature Sensor and are much less costly than traditional circuits.
  For the connection function, OEMs in the automotive industry need to be system-wide, because they will integrate new features and new features into the vehicle. To meet this need, Molex and Excelfore have developed a complete set of vehicle end-to-end connectivity solutions in a global strategic collaboration with eCAM capabilities for FOTA / SOTA, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, OTA, and edge sensors.

  TE sensors include position, velocity and temperature, pressure, and temperature measurements. TE can provide a series of energy efficient humidity sensor, suitable for equipment performance by the impact of large temperature difference occasions, thereby enhancing the safety of equipment. Fluid sensors can monitor real-time monitoring of fluids such as engines, fuel systems, catalytic reduction systems, compressors, transmissions, gearboxes, and diesel generators, as well as other applications such as DEF (urea concentration). The high performance urea mass sensor is also a urea concentration sensor and is part of the nitroxide control system and the compliance strategy. The automotive industry will need to use a variety Throttle Position Sensor of high-speed media protocols to achieve vehicle network interconnection. Typical applications include in-vehicle infotainment systems, telematics, radios, and navigation systems. In addition, the demand for advanced driver-assisted cameras is also rising for pedestrian warning, night vision or blind spot detection, as well as 360-degree vision systems and backsight systems.