How vehicle networks help keep drivers safe
Take vehicle safety to the next level with integrated and connected communications protocols.
Q&A: Pradeep Shenoy shares how he’s inspiring the next generation of power engineers
The leader of our automotive power design services team discusses how he’s leading the Applied Power Electronics Conference and making it more accessible and why he’s excited about creating the future of automotive.
A legacy of impact in North Texas
Since our company’s founding more than 90 years ago, we’ve been committed to strengthening the communities where we work and call home.
Ultrasonic lens cleaning brings camera reliability into focus
As advancements in autonomy multiply the number of cameras and sensors on vehicles, drones, robots and more, a purely electrically driven method can help keep them all clean.
High-voltage technologies are key to empowering a more sustainable future
As electrification becomes more common, semiconductor innovations enable us to interact with electric vehicles, renewable energy sources and other high-voltage systems safely and reliably.
Haviv Ilan to become next president and CEO of TI
Current CEO Rich Templeton continues as chairman of the board.
5 reasons EVs are here to stay
Semiconductor technology is powering electric vehicles through the innovation curve, eliminating barriers to EV adoption and enabling automakers to design affordable cars that consumers love.
TI’s latest 300-millimeter wafer fab in Lehi, Utah, begins production
LFAB is our second 300-mm fab to start production in 2022, about one year after our company purchased the facility.
It’s a Matter of standardization: new wireless protocol provides a connected foundation for smart devices
As smart, connected devices become more integrated into our everyday lives, the Matter wireless connectivity protocol aims to unify the fragmented Internet of Things ecosystem.
5 things you should know about V2G
As rising demands are pushing electric grids to their limits, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) bidirectional charging can help smooth out peak capacity.