Nijmegen chip, worldwide impact
Recently the Dutch newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad announced that the V2X-chip will be implemented in all new VW Golfs. This chip, developed in the Nijmegen based NXP facilities, will soon be enhancing safety and flow through in traffic.
NXP is the largest chipmanufacturer for the automotive industry, with a market share of almost seventy percent. They are making hundreds of chips for this market, like chips for car radios and car keys. Many of these chips are produced in Nijmegen on Novio Tech Campus, in one of NXP’s largest and best performing factories worldwide.
This article is written and published by The Economic Board. Read the full version (in Dutch) on their website.