electronica 2020 has gone virtual and so have we. Get a sneak peek below at what we'll be showcasing starting November 5 including new products and online demos of our latest technologies for industrial and automotive applications.
Speaking sessions during electronica virtual
Join TI experts at various conferences and forums during electronica. Find information below with links to the programs to get more details on how to join the sessions. Check back often as we continue to confirm and add speaking sessions.
|Topic||Presenter||Day and time (Central Euope Time)||Conference or Forum name|
|Choose the right connectivity protocol and frequency band for your next connected home, building or factory application||Adrian Fernandez||November 11 at 11:30||electronica Embedded Platforms Conference|
|Design considerations for dual-port USB Type-C power delivery AC adapters||Sam Jaffe & Marshall Beck||November 11 at 16:00||electronica Embedded Platforms Conference|
|An introduction to ROS-based sensor fusion - How to enhance the detection of human presence||Matthieu Chevrier & Giovanni Campanella||November 11 at 10:30||electronica Embedded Platforms Conference|
|An overview of MIOTY and Sidewalk: Two emerging protocols for LPWAN deployments||Svein Vetti||November 12 at 9:30||electronica Embedded Platforms Conference|
|Adding and optimizing wireless connectivity in embedded applications||Henry Wiechman||November 12 at 16:30||electronica Embedded Platforms Conference|
|Isolated power and data architectures in multiparameter patient monitors||Sanjay Pithadia||November 9 at 17:30||electronica Medical Electronics Conference|
Take a look at the industrial applications we'll be featuring in our demos during the week of electronica. Learn more about the TI technologies and products at the center of these applications.
As robots are becoming more crucial in factories they need to be more intelligent, autonomous, safer and efficient through precise motor control, advanced sensing technologies and processing at the edge, all with robust real-time communication.
Ethernet has become a mainstream communications protocol at the top of the control pyramid in building automation. Learn how single-pair Ethernet can address needs such as longer distances, multidrop connectivity and support for unique protocols.
Signal-measurement and source-generation devices such as oscilloscopes are examples of high-precision, noise-sensitive applications that could benefit from smaller and more efficient power supplies. Learn how low-noise switching regulators can help.
Get a look at the automotive applications we'll be highlighting in our demos the week of electronica. Learn more about the application and the TI technology at the heart of these innovations.
Electrification is transforming the automotive industry. From mild hybrid to full electric, changing vehicle architectures with more actuators and ECUs are causing the evolution of power board nets to improve efficiency.
As automotive camera technology advances with higher resolutions, dynamic ranges and frame rates, power-supply architectures need tailoring to the specific ADAS system requirements such as surround view, driver monitoring and mirror replacement.
Automotive lighting continues to evolve to improve visibility and functionality throughout the vehicle. Adaptive headlights, animated rear lights, personalized interior lighting and welcome puddle lights are just the begining.