Acconeer has now shipped more than 100 000 modules with the A111 radar sensor since the company launched its first module in December 2018. Since then, the company has released a range of popular modules where a radar sensor is combined with a microprocessor (MCU) and other supporting components.
Acconeer's A1 pulsed coherent radar sensor is used in an electrical car model from one of the top two American high-volume car makers for the use case access control, which allows touchless opening of the trunk of a car. This is the first commercially available car using the company's technology. Based on forecasts from the distributor, the value of the launch of this one model is estimated to USD 600 000 over three years. Sales to this customer is reflected in sales to Acconeer's distributors.
In the second quarter 2022, Acconeers net sales amounted to 10,779 kSEK, and the product revenue increased by 120% compared to the same quarter last year. A record number of sensors were sold, 167,654 and 21,294 modules were sold. In total, Acconeer has sold 1,023,177 radar sensors and 79,636 modules since launch. In the quarter 224 evaluation kits were sold, and an accumulated 5,263 EVKs have been sold since launch. The gross margin in Q2 was 62% and as much as 12 new customer products were launched. At the end of the quarter, an evaluation kit (EVK) for Acconeers second radar sensor, A121, was shipped to distributors for sale.
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