Development and proposals

SEMITEC is constantly striving to create entirely new, never before seen sensors, and to go beyond what the current age demands.
The hub of these company efforts is the World Technology Center, established in Chiba City in 2000.

Development and proposals driven by flexible ideas

The center promotes the development of new products and proposals to clients, organized around the Development Division (creates new sensors) and the Engineering Division (develops thermistors, the core of temperature sensors).
This is made possible by an R&D environment built around the latest analysis systems and experimental equipment, and engineers with flexible ideas.
Especially in the area of research and development that creates new demand, engineers themselves create unknown demands that will emerge in the future and develop unique products to turn it into reality. We are also actively engaged in joint development with research institutes and universities to boldly take on the challenge of developing unknown technologies from multiple angles.
The other activity in the development and proposal process involves engineers directly verifying the client’s concept and working in technical collaboration with the client to create a unique product that meets the client’s needs. Here, too, dedicated engineers and sales engineers work intensively on product development.

 

From a Temperature Sensor Manufacturer to a Comprehensive Sensor Manufacturer

The Internet of Things (IoT) era is about to arrive, in which all the things around us will be connected to the Internet.
We are working on the development of various sensors for such an era. We have not only continued to enhance our ceramics technology, but have also developed proprietary and original sensors by fusing new technologies. The thin-film thermistor (temperature sensor) created by fusing ceramics and semiconductor technologies was truly a departure from conventional thinking.

 

We are working on the development of various sensors for such an era. We have not only continued to enhance our ceramics technology, but have also developed proprietary and original sensors by fusing new technologies. The thin-film thermistor (temperature sensor) created by fusing ceramics and semiconductor technologies was truly a departure from conventional thinking.
We will continue to enhance our existing technologies and develop products that incorporate new technologies, and with the mission of creating not only temperature sensors but also entirely new sensors, we will continue to forge on, developing sensors to realize our dreams.

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