Scandals and tighter regulations mean better business for MEMS sensors in automotive

The automotive industry has gained notoriety in the recent past largely due to massive recalls, putting both the OEMs and regulations under the lens. VW was caught in a vehicle emissions scandal; in 2015 VW also had to recall over 92,000 cars to fix problems with brakes while in 2014, Toyota had ...

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