Texas Instruments will be exhibiting analogue and embedded processing semiconductors which enable innovative technologies for industrial and automotive designs. Visitors can participate in hands-on demonstrations showing how the right products and solutions can make development quick and easy, even for complex systems.
TI will demonstrate analogue and embedded processing solutions from the company's industrial portfolio, including an industrial communication demo showing the implementation of five industrial Ethernet protocols widely used in industrial automation. Implemented as slave configurations on TI’s processors, the Profinet IRT, EtherNet/IP, EtherCAT, Powerlink and Sercos III protocols can be dynamically loaded instantaneously.
TI's automotive demonstrations will target infotainment, critical active and passive safety systems, ADAS and emerging solutions for hybrid/electric power trains, some of which are connected by wireless connectivity technology. One of these demonstrations will feature a DLP head-up display which enables augmented reality to, according to the company, offer twice the field of view compared to existing solutions.
Texas Instruments will be located at A4.420 during electronica 2014, 11th to 14th November in Munich. Other highlights on the booth will include industrial and automotive solutions for applications such as motor control, PLCs, sensor transmitters, industrial communication, smart grid, building access control, energy management and everything from headlights to taillights.