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Apr 07, 2020

How 3D printing is helping the fight against COVID-19

Engineers, hobbyists, DIYers and others are joining a growing movement worldwide to utilize 3D printing to produce medical gear and supplies amid growing shortages as the COVID-19 pandemic strains global supply.

Mar 17, 2020

3 car tech trends to watch in 2020

Today’s drivers have come to expect advanced safety features, smoother rides and personalized in-cabin technology in their cars. Innovations are deepening our connections with cars, and carmakers aren't just providing hardware and software - they're providing experiences.

Mar 10, 2020

Dan Rembold’s problem-solving skills put him on the road to cancer recovery

Dan Rembold had 72 hours to live. And he didn't know it yet. After a battery of tests, doctors identified his mysterious illness: an aggressive blood cancer. A tough treatment saved his life. Now he's planning to cycle across the United States to raise awareness about cancer research.

Feb 24, 2020

Rich and Mary Templeton give $51 million to transform engineering at Union College and recruit more women to tech careers

Inspired by TI’s founders, who established a company-wide tradition of giving back, Rich and Mary Templeton have given $51 million to their alma mater, Union College, to transform its engineering and liberal arts programs and help recruit more women into technology careers.

Feb 11, 2020

Fueling the next generation of advanced driver assistance systems

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) are expanding to more mainstream vehicles. Our Jacinto™ 7 processor platform is helping fuel the technology shift, enabling manufacturers to create better ADAS technology and automotive gateway systems that act as communication hubs.

Jan 28, 2020

How intelligent, automated robots on wheels are changing last-mile delivery

Multiple sensing and processing technologies are enabling a new wave of last-mile delivery service on college campuses – automated, wheeled robots. But automated delivery could mean much more on a global scale, improving urban congestion and air quality.

Nov 26, 2019

Engineering hope for rare diseases

Since learning about her son’s rare disease, Batten, Gina Hann has been on a nonstop journey to bring hope to other families dealing with a similar diagnosis and to make gene therapy for rare diseases more accessible.

Nov 21, 2019

How sensor-rich smart stores will make shopping a breeze

Data moves at almost the speed of light, but groceries don't. As the spread of high-speed internet renders information transmission ever-faster, the efficiency of the necessary physical transactions involved in buying and selling goods has lagged behind. That's about to change.

 

Nov 19, 2019

Why the future of automation is being propelled by innovation at the edge

The future of intelligent machines rests on innovation at the edge – the embedded technology that enables real-time sensing and processing for more dynamic decision-making.

Oct 29, 2019

How smart, adaptive headlights will make your drive safer

Smart headlights may soon brighten America’s roads and safety prospects. Using pixelated light sources, sensors, cameras and sophisticated software to direct a vehicle's high beams, the headlights provide the optimal light for every driving condition, while eliminating blinding glare.