Why isolation matters for your power electronics
Innovations in isolation pave the way for more sophisticated electric vehicles, more intelligent factory sensors and robots, and more reliable medical devices.
The vehicle-to-grid vision: unleashing the power of electric vehicles
Enabled by semiconductor technology, vehicle-to-grid (V2G) bidirectional charging can provide battery power to reinforce electric grids during peak demand and power your home when electricity is expensive or out.
From sun to switch, semiconductors enable the journey of energy
As the popularity of renewable energy sources increases, semiconductors can enable the efficient and safe transportation of energy to more homes, buildings and cities.
Space-grade ICs help the James Webb Telescope peer deep into the cosmos
NASA has released the first images from its largest and most powerful space telescope as it looks into the universe with unprecedented resolution and sensitivity.
3 ways semiconductors enhance automation and efficiency
Semiconductor technology is helping maximize productivity across a range of industrial systems, from robotics to factory automation, grid, home automation and more.
How sensor fusion is driving vehicle autonomy forward
As ADAS technology extends to critical, time-sensitive applications – such as emergency braking, front-collision warning and avoidance, and blind-spot detection – combining data from multiple sensors enables reliable, real-time decisions for safer autonomous driving.
5 trends shaping the future of power management
Performance improvements in power density, electromagnetic interference, isolation, quiescent current, and noise and precision are giving designers the capabilities to push power further.
Sensor fusion is enabling the next wave of smart, autonomous robots
Sensors in robots that mimic human vision are accelerating automation, improving reliability and safety, and making our lives easier.
Building a fast, flexible EV charging network
In our electric-vehicle future, semiconductor technology will offer grid operators more flexibility to better manage energy infrastructure.
What’s next in BMS? Safer, more affordable electric vehicles
As automakers consider new EV battery chemistries, battery management systems (BMS) with advanced semiconductor technologies are more critical than ever.