InvenSense is going into automotive; will need new partnerships to capture the same success it had in consumer devices

In October 2015, Invensense, a microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) developer, announced it was going into the automotive industry. The company is looking to target applications, including better GPS signal for more accurate navigation, infotainment, and sensors for advanced driver assistance sy...

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