Accelerate automotive systems designs
Achieve your automotive design goals for electric, connected and automated mobility.
Find the resources you need to start designing the electrified, connected and automated vehicles of tomorrow.
The challenges facing the automotive industry require innovation in electronics technology like never before. Here's what we are doing to accelerate system design.
In this four-part video series, our experts answer questions around the biggest trends impacting the automotive industry and how they are impacting your system design.
For every semiconductor that’s enabling smarter driving today, there are engineers re-imagining its potential to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow. See what they have to say.
The electrified vehicle
Meet emissions regulations by improving the efficiency of combustion engines, electrifying mechanical components and innovating hybrid and electric vehicle systems.
This reference design functions from a base of SiC MOSFETs driven by a C2000™ MCU with SiC-isolated gate drivers. It implements three-phase interleaving and operates in CCM to achieve 98% efficiency.
Traditional 12-V electrical systems in vehicles are reaching their limits. To reduce input current, automakers are moving power-hungry systems to a new 48-V rail powered by a lithium-ion battery.
Learn about all of the factors involved in the design strategy behind HEV/EV battery management systems, including the battery pack and managing the state of charge, in this technical article.
The road to autonomy
Accelerate development of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) to build smarter and safer cars that reduce human error on the road.
Simplify design with this design with a radar sensor, two CAN-FD PHYs and a power supply on a single board, making it ideal for space-constrained front or corner automotive radar systems.
Autonomous vehicles are one of the most talked-about technologies in automotive. Discover what’s really happening in ADAS and the future of the self-driving car.
Placing cameras inside the vehicle to detect head and eye position can help determine drowsiness or distraction. Learn more about driver monitoring systems and how to design one.
The connected car
The connected vehicle is changing the automotive industry through fast and secure data transfer in and around the car for a seamless, interactive experience. The connected vehicle receives and transmits data with vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), vehicle-to-person (V2P) and vehicle to cloud (V2C) communications.
Size and accuracy both matter when it comes to designing satellite nodes for PEPS systems. To solve this challenge, implement this small design featuring multiple antennas to accurately determine AoA.
Central to the idea of the “connected” car is the telematics system. Learn about the telematics trends the market is seeing, typical subsystems and how to address common design challenges.
Get the answers for the top questions on how connected vehicles are able to receive, interpret and transmit data – both within the vehicle and with the world around it.
The in-vehicle experience
Enhance the driving experience from entry-level to premium, while minimizing processing power and maximizing vehicle efficiency.
Where consumers have historically given preference to a car’s road performance, today, it's electronics that have consumers paying a premium, a trend that shows no sign of slowing down.
Designed for safety and robustness, our Jacinto 6 processors help redefine the traditional infotainment processor architecture. Learn more about how they're revolutionizing the digital cockpit.
Automotive audio is a lot more than just speakers. Explore the full range of audio end equipments we see in present and future vehicles that are changing the cockpit experience.
Since the 1980s, our products have enabled anti-lock braking, vehicle stability and airbag systems. Meet the stringent safety, quality and reliability requirements of these complex systems today using our highly integrated devices.