With a microcontroller, a radio-frequency front end, a hardware accelerator and a programmable DSP, TI mmWave sensors calculate an object's range, velocity and angle at up to three times higher resolution than any other radar sensor on the market.
Robots and industrial machines once tethered to power outlets are starting to get a taste of freedom thanks to advances in wireless high-power transfer. This technology is rapidly advancing thanks to R&D investment and a world of electric-powered machines ready for disruption.
Whether it's Beijing, Frankfurt or Chicago, go to any of the world’s biggest auto shows and it quickly becomes clear that carmakers are going all in to develop vehicles that are smart, intuitive and connected.
A $4.6 million grant from the TI Foundation funds a partnership between Educate Texas and the Richardson Independent School District that will provide more than 10,000 students in pre-kindergarten through high school with opportunities to study STEM subjects.
Brian Crutcher resigned as TI’s president, CEO and a member of the TI board. Rich Templeton reassumed the roles of president and CEO on an ongoing, indefinite basis, in addition to his role as chairman.
Before IoT became a buzzword, we had a simple idea to make it easier for developers to add complex radio technologies such as Wi-Fi® to their embedded applications. Today, Wi-Fi is the foundation for connectivity. But is IoT trend taking off as it should?
Karate student Ulrike Lanting dons a new clothing style while high-kicking her opponents on the mat. She is one of 400 teenagers to test a smart shirt system that tracks physical activity, sleep duration, transportation habits and diet through wearable health technology.
Many technology leaders have long dreamed of a highly integrated radar vision that is accurate and uncluttered by ambient noise. TI mmWave sensors can see objects with detailed outlines and classify them.
With help from mentors, including several from our company, the robotics team at Conrad High School in Dallas has grown into a powerhouse that placed seventh in its division in the FIRST® Robotics Competition World Championships in Houston.
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