In partnership, Kyros Hydrogen Solutions GmbH and KYOCERA AVX are developing hydrogen technology to change the future of energy generation, storage and distribution.
KYOCERA AVX is a leading international manufacturer and supplier of a vast portfolio of advanced electronic components. Products include capacitors, inductors, filters, resistors, couplers, diodes, and circuit protection devices, as well as a broad range of innovative sensor, control, interconnect and antenna solutions.
With 33 research, design, manufacturing, and customer support facilities in 16 countries around the world, KYOCERA AVX offers significant competitive advantages, including delivery and production capabilities optimized to suit each individual customer’s just-in-time inventory requirements, and global engineering teams experienced in developing new-to-market product solutions especially designed to fulfill customer’s unique application requirements.
KYOCERA AVX has successfully served the automotive, industrial, medical, military, consumer electronics, communications, and transportation markets for nearly 50 years. In the automotive sector, KYOCERA AVX actively contributes to the development of new safety, engine control, infotainment and chassis control technologies. The acquisition of Kyros Hydrogen Solutions GmbH furthers its transportation sector portfolio with hydrogen technology.
Backed by decades of in-depth research and development, KYOCERA AVX products also provide critical enabling support for a wide variety of green technologies. Technologies that are designed to conserve existing energy resources and create dependable, affordable electronic systems. These systems are capable of effectively harnessing renewable energy sources, such as wind, solar, hydroelectric power, and now hydrogen fuel.
KYOCERA AVX has an abundance of patents, continues to invest heavily in R&D, and submits several new patent applications every year to further expand the company’s strong technology base with newly innovated, next-generation product solutions.