Supporting a digital society through analog technologies
SHT Mie’s sensor cores are widely used as electronic components in hybrid vehicles and industrial equipment, primarily for controlling electrical current.
For example, electricity is used to power a hybrid vehicle’s engine. If the electrical current fluctuates, a sensor core functions to return the current to the specified value.
As a car’s navigation system, speedometer display and other electrical systems rely on the engine, controlling the electrical current helps to reduce fuel consumption.
Sensor cores are becoming more miniaturized and lightweight, so there is growing competition among manufacturers to design, develop, and produce these essential components.