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Research and Innovation for the Future


The investigation of new piezoelectric crystals, materials, coatings, piezoresistive semiconductor structures and optical measurement principles underpins the sensors of the future at Kistler. The trend is towards enhanced functionality, system capability and miniaturization. The establishment of a global network of technological expertise is proving to be one of the successful formulas in order to meet future system requirements.

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Correspondence to Claudio Cavalloni.

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Cavalloni, C., Karst, D. Research and Innovation for the Future. ATZ Autotechnol 9, 57–58 (2009).

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