“This is my first time being here, this is our first time with a booth. It’s really interesting because of course we’re focussed on a material that’s in the radar sensor and it’s really interesting to see the whole eco system, you know there’s lidar, radar, camera sensors, and then how do those work together, and the ECUs that process all of that data. It seems like there’s still a lot of discussion about the future of autonomous driving, so it’s just very interesting to see the different aspects of it. Where it’s really interesting for us is we have a lot of materials for RADAR sensors and for 24 and 77 Ghz for ADAS but again what’s going to be needed for autonomous driving for L3 L 4 type cars, what type of material needs are our customers going to have?” Joey Kellner, Rogers Corporation
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