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.
Everything changed for TI engineers Matt and Gina Hann when they were told to prepare for the end of their son’s life. They decided to approach the situation as a problem to be solved, and pored over research to slow the progression of his disease, search for hope, and work toward a cure.
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