Royal Philips Electronics in the Netherlands is turning its focus to the auto sector.
Philips recently launched a series of highly integrated one-chip wireless devices to be used on automobiles in China. Fit for front lighting, security, entertainment and comfort, the devices are expected to help develop auto electronics, said Drue Freeman, vice marketing president of Philips' semiconductors global auto market.
In the future, Philips will bring its products and technology to China and cooperate with world auto giants Viseton and Delphi. It also plans to establish research and development centers in East China's Shanghai Municipality or South China, said Freeman.