From enhanced connectivity, adaptive features and new levels of personalization, innovations and advancements in sensors, processors, microcontrollers, DLP® technology are changing your driving experience today and in the near future.
Whether she’s encouraging women to advance in their engineering careers, advocating for STEM education or leading her team, Erika Beskar uses her influence to blaze a path for others. That passion has also helped her become the highest-ranking Latina on the TI Technical Ladder.
The future of America’s power grid looks bright: fewer outages, better efficiency and more renewable energy sources. Across the country, states and utility companies are transforming our electromechanical infrastructure into a system that’s automated, smarter and more dynamic.
For more than 60 years, silicon has been the basis of the electrical components used in everything from mobile phones to industrial robots. But there’s a new breed of power supply and conversion systems based on gallium-nitride.
In a world where humans and machines continually interact, isolation matters. The increasing number of industrial, automotive, medical and offline applications need the protection, noise immunity and reliable performance that isolation technology provides.
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.
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