Recently, the 4-day long electronica 2022, the world’s leading trade fair for electronics, has come to a successful end. This year’s electronica held in Munich, Germany brought together over 2100 exhibitors from almost 50 countries, among which Calterah made an international debut with the most comprehensive mmWave radar sensor chip product portfolio the industry had ever seen, expanding its global presence as an emerging player.
The trade fair, too, turned out to be very productive for Calterah. The exhibits included massed produced products of 1st-generation transceivers, 2nd-generation SoCs, their corresponding development boards, and Calterah-inside mmWave radar modules developed by a top auto Tier-1 in China, attracting many visitors and potential customers from both auto and industrial fields. What was specially presented was the engineering samples of Calterah’s next-generation flagship product of the Andes family supporting high-performance 4D imaging radar functions in multi-chip cascade application. On the scene, the interactive demo of a vital sign detection and human tracking solution based on an industrial-grade SoC with the Antenna-in-Package (AiP) technology, in particular, was a huge appeal for visitors who had great interest in emerging industrial applications enabled by mmWave radar sensors.
This exhibition at electronica 2022 has demonstrated Calterah’s determination and capability in breaking into the global ADAS and auto driving market, by providing international customers with the most advanced mmWave technologies and solutions. This surely has strengthened and facilitated cooperation with global Tier-1s and solution providers in a way that is impossible without the face-to-face communication.
When asked how he would like to describe Calterah in an Electronics Weekly interview, Dr. Chen, CEO of Calterah talked about what had been achieved on both R&D and business sides of Calterah as a leading company in CMOS mmWave radar sensor chip design and mass production, and its core competitiveness of strong CMOS mmWave know-how, high-level integration, proprietary radar signal processing hardware accelerator, and AiP (Antenna-in-Package) technology, which makes Calterah products stand out in the market in terms of PPA (performance, power, area) and cost. Dr. Chen also highlighted it was the exact mission of “Make Millimeter-Wave Serve Everyone” that was driving the company forward. Along with the perception of Calterah, in this interview the next-generation SoC platform of Andes, designed for high-performance radar sensors and 4D imaging radar in multi-chip cascade application, was also announced to be launched this December.