Creating for Tomorrow

AKM offers a variety of advanced sensing devices based on compound semiconductor technology and sophisticated IC products featuring analog/digital mixed-signal technology.

"Currentier" can contribute to system downsizing.

"Currentier"  is magnetic open-type coreless current sensor IC with a built-in high-sensitivity Hall element. They can detect both DC and AC currents with high accuracy and fast response. Despite their small size, they generate less heat and have high isolation. Currentiers are safe, high performance products that are available in many models and which can be used for current detection in a variety of applications.

Air quality can be controlled by measuring CO2 levels.

CO2 sensors have been widely adopted over various fields in recent years. Concerns about the spread of disease has led to indoor ventilation becoming even more important.  Senseair's CO2 sensors have been popular customers' choices since the early days of the marketplace.The benefits of Senseair products are discussed here by introducing some examples for the solutions to ventilation issues in normal living spaces.


True Wireless Stereo

The market loves True Wireless Stereo (TWS) products.
It's great to be able to listen to music and watch video wherever you are, but why stop there?

Personal Solutions


The supply of AKM product is currently affected by the fire occurred on October 20, 2020 at our semiconductor plant located in Nobeoka, Miyazaki, Japan.

Please contact your local sales representative to check the status of individual products.

Situation regarding semiconductor plant fire and product supply


Intelligent Wakeup for Voice Products Intro

Voice Detection

Seamless control with ultra-low power consumption

The Acoustic Activity Analyzer (AAA) uses AKM's unique analog analysis technology to enable always-on voice detection for only a few microamps. The AAA listens selectively for the human voice while rejecting all other audio activity and will only wake the system SoC once voice activity has been identified.