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embedded world 2020

February 25-27 in Nuremberg, Germany

Explore online training, technical content and our newest products and technologies to solve your embedded processing problems. 

Since we did not exhibit at embedded world 2020, we've compiled an online experience to help you stay informed on the latest embedded products and technologies that help automate and connect the world around you. We've also included technical videos, articles, reference designs and application notes focused on processing, sensing and connecting along with videos of some of our automotive and industrial demos. More content will be added as it becomes available so be sure to check back often for the latest information.

New products and technologies


CC2642R-Q1 wireless MCU for automotive

Add Bluetooth® Low Energy and 2.4 Ghz connectivity in and around the car in application such as car access, wireless BMS, head unit and more.


AWR2243 single-chip sensor for front radar

Design cutting-edge ADAS applications for long-range automotive sensing with the AWR2243, the highest-performing single-chip radar sensor.

Jacinto 7

Jacinto™ 7 processors for ADAS and gateway

Fuel the next generation of autonomy with new Jacinto 7 processors for ADAS and automotive gateways.


MIOTY® LPWAN technology

A new protocol on the Sub-1 GHz spectrum for low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN) for massive IoT deployments.


CC1352R multi-band LaunchPad™ SensorTag kit

Create secure, low-power sensor networks in minutes with Bluetooth Low Energy, Zigbee, Thread or Sub-1 GHz technology and four on-board sensors.


New real-time MCUs with integrated EtherCAT

New C2000™ F2838x real-time microcontrollers decrease BOM cost by integrating enhanced connectivity such as EtherCAT, Ethernet and CAN-FD for your industrial machine design.

TI embedded world online learning center

We are bringing our in-booth training to you. Explore topics in processing, connectivity and sensing through videos, white papers, application notes and technical articles to help solve your embedded processing problems.

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Defy conventional logic with customizable on-chip peripherals
Watch training series
Tune your smoke detector in 10 minutes with GUI  Watch training
Leveraging MSP430™ MCU features in sensor-level factory automation protocols Read article
Developing embedded machine learning camera applications View reference design
What can you do with a 200Mbps serial interface? Coming soon
Advancing automotive front radar applications Coming soon


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MIOTY® LPWAN technology overview Read article
Rapidly prototype multi-protocol networks with LaunchPad™ SensorTag kit Watch video
Deterministic connectivity with Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) enabled processors
Read white paper
No crystal needed for wireless communications Watch video
Implementing secure and reliable OTA updates
Watch webinar
Connecting ultra-low power sensing applications Watch video


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Designing your HMI with capacitive sensing technology in 5 minutes Watch video
3D people counting and detection using TI mmWave sensors  Watch video
Factory automation using TI mmWave sensors Read white paper

Other embedded topics

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Jumpstart connected system development with SysConfig Watch video
TI Robotics System Learning Kit MAX
Watch video
Debugging program crashes with TI's ROV debugger Coming soon


Learn more about our cutting-edge sensing, processing and connectivity technologies that enable levels of autonomous driving, automotive connectivity and electrification in next-generation vehicles.

ADAS and gateways

Learn more about the new Jacinto™ 7 processors for ADAS and automotive gateway applications as well as TI mmWave sensors for pedestrian detection.


Learn how to extend the range of electric vehicles through HEV/EV powertrain integration and battery management cable replacement with wireless connectivity.

Car access

Find out how accurate and reliable Bluetooth® Low Energy connectivity can be used for passive entry passive start (PEPS) via key fob or phone as a key systems.

Industrial automation

Learn more about wireless sensing networks, robotics and real-time communication that is enabling the next-generation of automation in buildings, factories and cities.

Wireless sensor networks

Wireless networks can be used to monitor and control sensors creating safe, efficient and enjoyable environments from buildings and factories to the smart city.


Learn more about intelligent robotic systems using machine learning for defect detection and robotic bin picking, object sorting and placement as well as TI mmWave sensing for safety.

Industrial communications

Industrial wired and wireless communication systems help control hundreds of sensors and actuators to make sure information flows at the right speed and at the correct time.