Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

TI’s advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) solutions are driving the development of safety-enhancing applications that are enabling a safer driving environment for drivers, passengers and pedestrians. TI’s full system portfolio enables customers with scalable solutions for every performance, application and system requirement to increase safety on the road making ADAS applications universally available in all vehicle models, from entry to premium. Explore TI ADAS solutions and resources below.

<Horizontal Rule - not authored>

Featured reference designs

Optimized Automotive 1M Pixel Camera Module

The TIDA-00262 Reference Design is a high speed serial video interface to connect a remote automotive camera module to a display or machine vision processing system.

Power Reference Design for Low Power TDA3x systems

This solution was designed to make an integrated, size-optimized power design for ADAS applications using the TDA3x SoC off of an automotive battery input.

Front End Power Supply with Cold Crank Operation

This solution was designed to be a broadly applicable automotive off-battery front end power supply for 10-15W systems.

     

Featured products

Automotive Processors

TI offers solutions for a wide range of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) applications using the scalability and performance of the TDAx automotive processors.

FPD-Link III Solutions

Comprehensive FPD-Link portfolio with high resolution, high data rates, and less wires

Wide VIN Power Solutions

- Increased protection against input transients -High power density with large conversion ratios - Scalability to fit a wide variety of applications

    

Featured literature

Paving the way to self-driving cars with ADAS

Learn how a gradual introduction in vehicle sensing, intelligence and control is already improving road safety.

<Horizontal Rule - not authored>
<Horizontal Rule - not authored>
<Horizontal Rule - not authored>
BLOG

Behind the wheel blog

Drive in to see how TI is engineering the future of automotive.


<Horizontal Rule - not authored>