At electronica 2016 in Munich, Germany, Texas Instruments will showcase innovation focused on the future of industrial automation and automotive technologies. Take a closer look at sensor communications with wired technologies like IO-Link and wireless technologies such as Bluetooth low energy, and explore how TI’s Gallium Nitride (GaN) technology significantly increases the efficiency in variable speed motor drives.
Discover innovation in automotive all in one car. The Evolution Car 2020 (EvoCar) showcases how TI’s automotive portfolio, including DLP products, enables Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), infotainment, haptic feedback and adaptive LED headlights. Come and take a ride.
TI will also be offering an engineer-to-engineer experience where attendees can visit any of four different technology workbenches to meet TI experts. Each workbench is dedicated to a different topic: power management, sensing, wireless connectivity, MCUs and processors.
Beyond the TI booth at electronica
On 10th November, TI experts will deliver presentations at the Embedded Platforms Conference at the Press Center East on the fair ground.
On 9th November, from 1:30-2:00pm, Ram Machness will speak about Leveraging the range of Sub-1GHz technology to connect ultra-low power IoT sensors to the cloud at the Wireless Congress. This event takes place at the International Congress Center Munich on the fair ground.
Also on 9th November, from 1.30-2.00pm, Florian Feckl, power management systems Engineer, will speak on Low Power, High Efficiency and Small Size DC/DC Solutions from TI and Coilcraft. He will present with Flavio Sestagalli from Coilcraft, in cooperation with Mouser Electronics, a key distributor of TI products. The presentation is part of the Embedded Forum in hall A6.