IDT Europe GmbH

IDT Europe GmbH (Booth: Campus Autonomous Driving/ Mobility)

Contact: Hans-Juergen Brand

IDT Europe GmbH
Grenzstraße 28
01109 Dresden

Tel: +49 351 88220

IDT Europe GmbH


IDT Europe GmbH is a Dresden, Germany-based, automotive-certified company acquired by Integrated Device Technology, Inc. in 2015 as former ZMDI, and which operates today as the IDT Automotive and Industrial Division.

IDT’s market-leading products in RF, timing, wireless power transfer, serial switching, interfaces and sensing solutions are among the company’s broad array of complete mixed-signal solutions. These products are used for development in areas such as 4G infrastructure, network communications, automotive and industrial, cloud datacenters and power management.

The company develops a wide range of robust sensor solutions, leveraging its many years of experience delivering products to automotive customers. With autonomous driving triggering the next wave of connectivity for vehicles, new technologies and solutions will be required to enable this revolution in transportation. IDT’s wide spectrum of technologies includes, but is not limited to:

- Sensor platforms (e.g. for pressure sensing, gas sensing, optical sensing, position sensing etc) including flexible sensor signal conditioner products
- Actuator and motor controller
- Power management (incl. wireless power)
- Interconnect fabric (e.g. RapidIO)

Due to its extensive experience in circuit development, IDT is capable to offer ICs for very demanding applications, in some cases operating at temperatures up to +160 ° C and with voltages from 0.85 to 40 volts and is perfectly positioned to provide system solutions, including key enabling technologies, to it’s customers.

IDT has approximately 1500 employees, and serves its customers with sales offices and design centers throughout Europe (Bulgaria, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Sweden, United Kingdom), Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan), and North America (United States, Canada).


ASIC and SOC Design:

  • Design Entry
  • Behavioural Modelling & Simulation
  • Synthesis
  • Power & Optimisation
  • Physical Analysis (Timing, Themal, Signal)
  • Verification
  • Analogue and Mixed-Signal Design
  • RF Design

System-Level Design:

  • Behavioural Modelling & Analysis
  • Physical Analysis
  • Hardware/Software Co-Design
  • PCB & MCM Design


  • Design for Test
  • Design for Manufacture and Yield
  • Logic Analysis
  • Test Automation (ATPG, BIST)
  • Boundary Scan
  • Silicon Validation
  • Mixed-Signal Test
  • System Test

Embedded Software Development:

  • Compilers
  • Real Time Operating Systems
  • Debuggers
  • Software/Modelling


  • FPGA & Reconfigurable Platforms
  • Development Boards