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embedded world 2021

Welcome to our online embedded world experience. Join webinars. Watch online demos. Learn about new products and more.

  • Daily webinars: This year we’ve added a daily webinar at 8:00 am CST / 3:00 pm CET on key technologies and applications. Check out the topics and abstracts below and register today. All sessions will be available on demand the following day on this site.
  • Experience TI Live at embedded world: Watch demos on factory and building automationconnectivityautomotive and medical systems and read through related articles and white papers.

Webinars

Join us for a daily, live webinar focused on a key trend in the embedded industry. Each session will be available on demand the following day in case you are unable to attend the live sessions. You can also watch on-demand recordings from past seminars and our weekly new product update webinars through the links below. Register now.

Manisha Agrawal

Manisha Agrawal

Product marketing engineer

Robotics

Chris Clearman

Chris Clearman

Product marketing engineer

Servo drives

Jitin George

Jitin George

Product marketing engineer

Robotics

Marie Hernes

Marie Hernes

Applications manager

Mesh networking

Mark Ng

Mark Ng

Systems engineer

Wireless battery management 

Bhargavi Nisarga

Bhargavi Nisarga

Systems engineer

Mesh networking

Sanjay Pithadia

Sanjay Pithadia

Systems engineer

Patient monitoring

Jason Reeder

Jason Reeder

Applications engineer

Servo drives

Speaker(s)
Session title
Day and time
Register
Jason Reeder,
Chris Clearman
Move your real-time control closer to the action with TI’s decentralized, multi-axis servo drive architecture
Monday, March 1 at 8:00 am CST / 3 pm CET Register
Mark Ng
More miles, less wires: Revolutionizing automotive battery management with TI wireless BMS
Tuesday, March 2 at 8:00 am CST / 3 pm CET Register
Marie Hernes,
Bhargavi Nisarga
Extend your wireless connectivity with mesh technologies: Wi-SUN®, Bluetooth® Mesh
Wednesday, March 3 at 8:00 am CST / 3 pm CET Register
Sanjay Pithadia
Design wearable healthcare systems with advanced sensing and efficient power for improved patient monitoring
Thursday, March 4 at at 8:00 am CST / 3 pm CET Register
Manisha Agrawal,
Jitin George
Build safer, efficient and intelligent autonomous robots with TI sensing and processing technologies
Friday, March 5 at 8:00 am CST / 3 pm CET Register

Watch sessions on demand

We have over 85 on-demand sessions available for you to watch now on a wide variety of topics. Click through different options below.

Join us each Thursday for a 30-minute new product update. Learn more about the series, see upcoming sessions and watch on-demand recordings.

Watch sessions from the 2020 industrial tech days covering industrial systems including factory and building automation, medical, industrial communications and more.

Watch sessions from the 2020 automotive tech days covering ADAS, HEV/EV, infotainment and body electronics and lighting systems.

Speaking sessions at the embedded world Conference

Join TI experts for sessions at the embedded world Conference on a variety of topics. See the schedule below and join sessions with your conference pass.

Clement Chaduc

Clement Chaduc

Applications engineer

Thorsten Lorenzen

Thorsten Lorenzen

Field applications engineer

Srividya Sundar

Srividya Sundar

Applications engineer

Marie Hernes

Marie Hernes

Applications manager

Hans-Guenter Kremser

Hans-Guenter Kremser

Field applications engineer

David Lara

David Lara

Applications engineer

Speaker(s)
Session title
Day and time
Clement Chaduc Sub-meter localization precision based on Bluetooth Monday, March 1 at 16:15 -  Session 1.3
Srividya Sundar Evolution of location solutions with Bluetooth LE Monday, March 1 at 17:15 -
Session 1.3
Clement Chaduc Optimizing Bluetooth Low Energy for energy efficiency Tuesday, March 2 at 13:30 -  Session 2.5
Hans-Guenter Kremser Power savings for IoT devices Wednesday, March 3 at 13:30 - Session 1.8
David Lara Improving the connection range and time in car access systems using Bluetooth role switching techniques Wednesday, March 3 at 13:30 - Session 2.8
Thorsten Lorenzen Seamless integration of cyber security with functional safety will make autonomous driving for automotive and industry solutions secure and robust Wednesday, March 3 at 16:15 - Session 4.9
Marie Hernes Throughput and latency concerns when designing a mesh network with many nodes Wednesday, March 3 at 16:45 - Session 2.9

Featured products at embedded world

Robot arm

Compact. Precise. Connected.

The new Sitara™ AM64x processor family lets you design smaller industrial products (e.g. motor drives and PLCs) with enhanced real-time control, robust connectivity and configurable web services.

wireless BMS

The best network availability for wireless BMS

Replace cables and connectors in your electric vehicle battery with our proprietary wireless protocol that features a network restart of 300 mSec running on the SimpleLink™ CC2662R-Q1 wireless MCU.

Combo box

Real-time MCUs designed for electric vehicles 

Powertrain systems require a demanding level of control and power efficiency that C2000™ real-time MCUs are specifically designed to attain and surpass. 

Factory & building automation

Intelligent computing and sensing, power efficiency, robust communications and smaller systems are needed for the wide variety of applications in factory and building automation. Learn about the push for intelligent edge computing and connecting the most remote edge nodes in the content below. Come back for demos on robotics, servo drives, industrial communications and more on March 1.

 

Intelligent edge computing

Edge devices have three key requirements: real-time computing, multiprotocol industrial networking and web service capabilities. Read how real-time networked processors address these needs.

10BASE-T1L single-pair Ethernet

With the development of IEEE 802.3cg, it is now feasible to transmit data faster and farther over one pair of twisted wires. Read how you can take Ethernet to the most remote edge node of a network.

Mesh connectivity networks

The need for connectivity is ever-evolving as more applications add wireless connectivity to provide the freedom and flexibility to connect anywhere. Bluetooth® Low Energy and Wi-SUN® connectivity standards are just two examples of innovative, affordable solutions for the connected world. Learn more about these two networks, and come back on March 1 to see online demos of these standards as well as Zigbee® Sub-GHz technology.

 

Wi-SUN® field area networks

Smart cities can bridge the gap between the connected consumer and the connected infrastructure through reliable mesh networks. Learn more about Wi-SUN and how it can improve the connected world.

Bluetooth® Low Energy

Bluetooth connects us to the world with our smartphone. But all Bluetooth is not the same. From a basic Bluetooth Low Energy beacon to Bluetooth Mesh, there are feature differences to consider.

Vehicle electrification, automotive gateways & driver assist

Vehicles continue to evolve at rapid speeds. We are driving vehicle electrification, driver assist and gateways forward with new products, technology and systems expertise. Learn about the move towards wireless battery management systems and zone architectures in the content below. Come back on March 1 to watch demos on these topics as well as powertrain integration and driver assist.

 

Wireless battery management systems (BMS)

Using a wireless network to send battery cell information to BMS MCUs resolves challenges associated with wired communications. Learn how to improve BMS with the industry's best network availability.

Zone architectures with central gateways

A zonal architecture organizes the ECUs based on their location inside the car. Learn how this architecture greatly simplifies the network and power distribution throughout the vehicle.

Telehealth & patient monitoring

Remote monitoring of a patient's vital signs, temperature, pulse oximetry and more, are becoming more accessible. This requires applications to achieve new modalities and longer battery life. Read the content below to learn more about wireless patient monitoring, telehealth and the evolving semiconductor trends. Come back on March 1 to watch the online demos.

 

Remote healthcare

Remote monitoring of a patient's vital signs, temperature, pulse oximetry and more are becoming more accessible. Learn about the evolving semiconductor technologies in the telehealth space.

Multiparameter patient monitoring

The need for more portable multiparameter patient monitoring for multiple vital signs is becoming increasingly important. Learn about some of the design considerations for these monitors.