Future technologies and evolution for connected vehicles
The webinar will study the key technology changes and market trends that will enhance future connected vehicle capabilities. The use cases for cellular network technologies and direct V2V technologies will be explained.
Simplified ordering with new purchasing features on TI
With the ability to now also seamlessly transact in euros and ship in two days, it is easier than ever to place your order on TI.com with simplified delivery and customs clearance.
Take your automotive designs to the next level with cloud connectivity
Advancements in vehicle electrification, Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and connectivity are driving design engineers to reimagine system architectures in vehicles. Until recently, automotive systems primarily used distributed ECUs - all throughout the vehicle - to control discrete functions. Today, an explosion of data captured inside and outside of the vehicle and the much larger role software plays because of how it uses data to dev...
Rethinking digital transformation: Addressing the complexities of the new normal
Digital transformation has taken on a new meaning - and a new urgency - in the face of the ongoing pandemic. New safety and compliance requirements have been emerging in the enterprise world which can be addressed through 4.0 technologies.
Requirements and trends of materials for mmWave 5G
The most revolutionary aspect of 5G network relies on the high frequency 5G technologies, i.e. mmWave 5G. At such high frequency, using low loss materials to reduce the signal loss becomes essential.
3D printing for electronics that can give a competitive advantage
With current economic stagnation in the global supply chain due to COVID related lockdowns, cost of shipping and outsourcing manufacturing needs are getting expensive.
AI in medical diagnostics - an impending revolution?
The expected growth of this technology is largely due to its value as a decision support tool generating rapid and informative insights into a patient's condition. Machine learning and deep learning algorithms can process medical images much faster and more efficiently than humans.
Smart cities become much more ambitious
The expenditure on new technologies for emerging smart cities will pass one trillion dollars yearly. That is the subject of this webinar.
Service and support strategies for mass-market EV fleet
In a free webinar to be hosted on 19th November 2020 at 10:00am EST [3:00pm GMT / 4:00pm CET] Ricardo will set out why the Electric Vehicle (EV) service networks of the future will need to adapt to meet the requirements of new powertrain technologies, new customer expectations, and multiple new vehicle market entrants.
Highlights of IDTechEx Energy Storage Research 2020
Energy storage is a broad term and the energy can be stored in different forms. With the mature application of consumer electronics, rapid progress of electric vehicles, and fast adoption of stationary energy storage systems, energy storage (especially electrochemical energy storage) has attracted tremendous attention from the public.