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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The power of packaging
Innovations in semiconductor packaging are helping meet demands for smaller, faster and more reliable chips that deliver high performance, improved power efficiency and lower costs.
Carmakers charge ahead with electric vehicle powertrain integration
Integrating powertrain systems into a compact mechanical enclosure can lead to more affordable, more efficient electric vehicles (EVs).
Tackling the EMI challenge
As consumers expect better performance out of their electronics, mitigating electromagnetic interference (EMI) becomes a bigger problem to solve.
3 ways real-time control can make cities more sustainable
From electric vehicle charging stations to solar energy solutions, cities are becoming more efficient through technology advances like real-time control.
Small satellites, big advances
TI's space-grade power-management devices are powering smarter, smaller satellites, enabling NASA engineers to better understand our universe.