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D3's mmWave Radar Sensor Leverages TI's AWRL1432 - News

August 15, 2023

Rochester, New York. D3 is now offering its DesignCore RS-L1432U mmWave Radar Sensor leveraging the AWRL1432 from Texas Instruments (TI). The solution utilizes various mmWave radar algorithms to measure, detect, and track in a 1-inch cube form factor, while also using lower power with a decrease in volume costs for automotive applications such as park assist, kick-to-open, and collision avoidance.

AI & Machine Learning

Did You Miss TI at Computex '23? - News

June 07, 2023

Taipei, Taiwan. In case you missed it,  Sameer Wasson, vice president and general manager for Processors at Texas Instruments (TI), entertained the Computex 2023 attendees with his speech, "Making the Future of Embedded Possible" focusing on the next generation of trends, challenges, and solutions.

Networking & 5G

Texas Instruments Introduces New SimpleLinkā„¢ Family of Wi-Fi 6 Companion ICs - News

April 18, 2023

Texas Instruments announced the new SimpleLink™ family of Wi-Fi 6 companion integrated circuits (ICs) for applications that operate in high-density or high-temperature environments up to 105ºC.

Analog & Power

What You Missed at electronica 2022 - Blog

December 06, 2022

Another trade show is in the books, and I’m pleased to report things are about as back to normal as they are likely to get. The show I’m referring to is electronica, which is held bi-annually in Munich, Germany. As such, it’s been four years since we’ve convened at what it is generally considered the world’s largest event for the embedded and electronics industries.


TI Unifies IoT Ecosystems with Matter-Enabled Wireless MCU Software - News

November 04, 2022

DALLAS. Texas Instruments (TI) introduced Matter-enabled software development kits for Wi-Fi and Thread SimpleLink™ wireless microcontrollers (MCUs) designed to simplify the Matter protocol's adoption in Internet of Things (IoT) applications. The software and wireless MCUs (such as the CC3235SF and CC2652R7) can be used to create secure, ultra-low-power, and battery-powered smart home and industrial automation IoT applications that connect with devices across proprietary ecosystems.

AI & Machine Learning

On-Demand Webcast: Jump Start Your Edge AI Vision with TI - Podcast

September 21, 2022

Machine learning inference has thoroughly penetrated embedded applications, especially with visual and spatial data like images and radar/lidar. Texas Instruments has a scalable processor portfolio for vision inference at the edge. From inexpensive Arm®-only solutions to computationally-efficient hardware accelerated solutions that deliver optimum combinations of performance, power efficiency and cost, our device performance levels range from 0.5 TOPS to 8 TOPS. With a large collection of pre-optimized AI models, no-cost and low-cost development tools, and a hardware-agnostic software programming environment, TI helps you bring your idea to realization on an embedded device in no time.