Dan Wang on enabling a safer world with TI mmWave radar: ‘It’s just the beginning’
Dan, a pioneer in millimeter wave radar applications, has a vision for the future of sensing technology. She’s a pioneer in cascaded mmWave sensors – high-resolution image sensors that help vehicles detect objects far ahead with better clarity – and is passionate about developing algorithms for new mmWave applications.
7 ways semiconductors are accelerating the future of automotive technology
As the world drives toward vehicle electrification, semiconductors enable automakers to optimize performance, accelerate development and make electric vechicles more affordable for more people.
New TI Biomedical Engineering and Sciences Building will advance patient care
A collaboration between The University of Texas at Dallas, UT Southwestern Medical Center and TI will take biomedical engineering and research to new levels.
Q&A: How low quiescent current is transforming battery-powered devices
Low quiescent current is extending battery life in devices ranging from smart watches to smoke detectors.
ADAS: The technology driving automotive safety forward
Advanced driver assistance systems make cars safer and smarter, helping carmakers achieve their vision for a collision-free future.
Meet the risk-buster: How functional safety helps keep you safe
Whether it’s preventing systematic failures or anticipating and mitigating future risk, functional safety has changed the way engineers think about designing systems.
From the rice fields to technology leadership
Since leaving the rice fields as a young man and advancing his career, Jinrong Qian has been driven to be creative, solve problems, and do the right thing for customers and our company.
Q&A: The technology making real-time processing easy and affordable
As the need grows for real-time control, intelligence and communications at the edge of electronic systems, high-performance MCUs are now providing a simple, cost-effective solution.
Bringing high-quality 3D printing to your desktop
TI DLP® technology is making high-quality 3D printing more affordable for small business owners, hobbyists and others.
Developing the first ICs to orbit Earth
For Charles “Bob” Cook, a project assigned by Jack Kilby led to the development of the first integrated circuits to ever orbit the Earth – and a foundation for future space electronics.