Denso invests USD100 million in start-ups to accelerate development of new mobility solutions

Corporate developments

Japanese supplier plans to continue investments in start-ups that can help accelerates innovation in the automotive industry

Denso has invested around USD100 million over the past four years in start-ups as part of its strategy to strengthen presence in the fields of secured connectivity, electromobility, autonomous driving and shared mobility services, the Japanese supplier said in a press release on 6 December. The company has invested in start-ups working on sensors, semiconductors and cybersecurity, which are key solutions for realizing intelligent mobility solutions.

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