As of today, Acconeer has shipped more than 200 000 A1 radar sensors in total since the company started selling Evaluation Kits (EVKs) in February 2018.
Acconeer has signed a global Purchase agreement with Future Electronic. The agreement enables Future Electronics to purchase and resell Acconeer's A1 radar sensor, as well as related modules and evaluation kits.
Björn Bengtsson is hired as the new CFO of Acconeer AB. Björn has more than 20 years' experience of auditing and accounting at PwC and more recently as the owner of accounting firm FinansBalans. FinansBalans has been providing accounting services to Acconeer since 2018.
The order relates mainly to Acconeer's A1 radar sensor and will be used to serve customers in China. The order is Acconeer's largest so far.
The order relates to Acconeer's coming XM132 Entry Module and the related evaluation kit (EVK) XE132. The Entry Module, XM132, will be power and cost-efficient with optimized performance for a range of pre-defined use cases requiring low processing power and a small memory. As previously announced, the XM132 will be released during the second half of 2020.
The order relates to Acconeer's A111 radar sensor and the XR112 reference board. Digi-Key's global online platform, serving both global players as well as smaller local niche producers, remains an important distribution channel for Acconeer.
The A1 sensor AEC - Q100 grade 3 qualification, which covers the temperatures -40°C - +85°C, has been completed a quarter ahead of previously announced plans.
The order relates to Acconeer's A111 radar sensor. Chip Power Technology Corp. is a leading distributor in Taiwan and has been a part of Acconeer's global distributor network since June 2019. This is the first volume order from Taiwan, providing sensors to customers in the parking sensor segment.
Acconeer has extended the agreement with Restar Electronics Corporation to include the Americas. Since July 2019 the two companies have a distributor agreement for the Japanese market, and the decision to extend it to the Americas comes as a natural result of the good progress seen in Japan.
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