The building blocks of automotive body electronics

30th May 2018
Posted By : Enaie Azambuja
The building blocks of automotive body electronics

In the past few generations of automobiles, there have been significant advancements in vehicle traction systems and other systems that provide road, vehicle, and entertainment information to drivers and passengers. Another significant trend that is expanding rapidly is features designed to make occupants inside the vehicle more comfortable. Collectively known as body electronics, these systems allow vehicle occupants to feel comfortable inside the vehicle, and enable them to conveniently adjust various settings.

Texas Instruments (TI) has accelerated the driving experience by providing system-level innovation, scalability and the safety expertise to get customers on the road faster.

TI delivers products in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), Infotainment, Hybrid/Electric vehicles, Powertrain, Body Electronics and Lighting enabling customers to deliver the next-generation of safer, highly connected and greener automobiles to consumers.

TI's integrated circuits and reference designs will help customers to accelerate the electronic design for automotive wiper modules through high performance motor drivers and cost-optimised solutions. Their analogue products provide intelligent drive capabilities with enhanced diagnostics, robust power conversion and adjustable outputs.

You can find featured reference designs and products in their website. TI's library contains over 2,000 reference designs and 100,000+ devices to those most applicable to your design.

Click here to read the Whitepaper


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