Elmos, headquartered in Dortmund, develops, produces and markets semiconductors and sensors. For over 30 years, Elmos innovations have been bringing new functions to life and making mobility safer, more comfortable and more energy efficient.
Elmos Semiconductor AG is a developer and manufacturer of semiconductor-based system solutions. Since its foundation in Dortmund in 1984, the development of Elmos has focused on the needs of the automotive industry. As one of the leading developers and manufacturers of application and customer-specific integrated circuits (ASSPs and ASICs) in analog/mixed-signal CMOS technology, Elmos manufactures special high-voltage and high-temperature circuits for automotive applications. This also increasingly includes technologies outside the silicon sector, e.g. for innovative assembly and packaging technologies and for new sensor technologies (e.g. MEMS). There are also numerous applications in industrial and consumer goods applications, such as motion detectors, gesture and motion detectors, smoke detectors or products with electric motors.
Facts about Elmos:
- Leader in the field of analogue mixed-signal semiconductors
- Elmos semiconductors are used in almost all vehicles
- Design resources: Many years of experience (30+ years) combined with young teams
- Long-term customer relationships
- In-house manufacturing
- >300 million semiconductors manufactured per year
Elmos Semiconductor AG
Elmos - Innovations Matters - enabling new functions and making mobility around the world safer, more comfortable, and more energy-efficient.
Elmos will contribute to the work packages: Methods and Tools Enabling AI and ML in the ECS Domain (WP1), Virtualizing the ECS Value chain (WP2), Digitization across Product Lifecycle (WP3), Skills & Work places 4.0 and Smart Collaboration in ECS Value chains (WP4), Facilitate use cases and maximize exploitation (WP5), Project management and dissemination (WP6).
Elmos will lead the Tasks Data Management Requirements and Specification (T 1.1.1) and Smart Knowledge Management (T 4.1.3) as well as the Use Case “Enabling a human-centered education, training and knowledge-management system (in fabrication facilities and value chains)” (UC18)
The main intention is to set up an innovative environment for a multi-site and multi company product development and production. The challenge will be to find the best relationship between data and IP security and open cooperation during the development as well as a sufficient information exchange between all working parties. One key element will be the implementation of a human-centered education, training and knowledge-management system. The knowledge-management system should also feed information into machine learning systems to achieve yield prediction along the value chain.