CES 2023

TI at CES 2023

Welcome to our CES 2023 experience on TI.com.

Watch virtual demos on vehicle electrification, driver assistance, robotics and renewable energy applications and learn more about the new products and technologies we featured at the show.

Featured products & technologies

High voltage BMS

Improve EV range with battery cell & pack monitors

New automotive battery cell and pack monitors with the most accurate measurement capability available on the market, maximizing electric vehicle (EV) drive time and enabling safer operation.

ultrasonic lens cleaning

Make self-cleaning cameras a reality with ULC

Industry’s first ultrasonic lens cleaning (ULC) chipset enables automatic material detection and cleaning for cameras and sensors. Learn how to improve camera reliability with ULC technology, the future of industrial and automotive cameras.

mmWave radar

Deliver low-power people tracking & detection

New 60-GHz radar sensors simplify design of low-power applications like video doorbells and meet NCAP automotive safety requirements for in-cabin sensing.


Reduce stray light and improve contrast

New .46-in digital micromirror device (DMD) for automotive headlights and display applications using DLP® technology with a new pixel process, filled mirror via (FMV), for a clearer image in hard-to-see environments like night or harsh weather.

Vehicle electrification

As the world drives toward vehicle electrification, semiconductors enable automakers to optimize performance, accelerate development and make electric vehicles (EVs) more affordable for more people. Watch demo videos below to see how we're driving vehicle electrification forward.

A driving force behind vehicle electrification

Read how new semiconductor technologies for traction inverters allow automakers to create the vehicle of the future with longer range and optimum performance. 

The vehicle-to-grid (V2G) vision

Learn how semiconductor technology is enabling V2G bidirectional charging that can provide battery power to electric grids during peak demand or power your home when electricity is out. 

Driver assistance

Vehicle safety systems are constantly evolving, leading automakers to envision a world where vehicle collisions are a thing of the past. Watch demo videos featuring the latest products and technologies and see how we're driving autonomy forward.

How sensor fusion is driving vehicle autonomy

Learn how ADAS technology extends to critical, time-sensitive applications, combining data from multiple sensors enables reliable, real-time decisions for safer autonomous driving. 

How radar is displacing traditional technologies

Read how radar is impacting safety and efficiency, why the market is moving to higher resolution and smaller size radar sensors and the new automotive applications using radar.


Technologies like real-time control, communications, vision sensing and sensor fusion are enabling autonomous robots and more. Learn how we are helping equipment sense, process, control and communicate. Watch demo videos below featuring the latest products and technologies for robotics.

Semiconductors enhance automation and efficiency

Learn how semiconductor technology is helping maximize productivity across a range of industrial systems, from robotics to factory automation, grid, home automation and more. 

Creating more intelligent and autonomous robots

Read how sensors and processors are enabling autonomous robots that can understand and navigate through their environment without human control or intervention.

Renewable energy

Power the future with efficient EV charging solutions and reliable solar energy systems. Watch demo videos featuring the latest products and technologies for renewable energy.

Top 3 design considerations for EV charging

Read how scalable hardware and software can accomodate the future of grid integration while providing communication, safety and security.

Building a fast, flexible EV charging network

Learn how semiconductor technology will offer grid operators more flexibility to better manage energy infrastructure in our electric-vehicle future.