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High current SEPIC reference design for automotive lighting

In this video from Texas Instruments, watch a live demonstration of the high current SEPIC reference design for automotive lighting and ADAS applications, the PMP15027.

The promise that connected vehicles hold for the future

Connected and intelligent vehicles hold great promise, but the increasing complexities of developing, integrating, and managing numerous software systems are limiting innovation and profitability for auto manufacturers.
22nd March 2018

Deep learning for autonomous vehicles

Designing a suitable architecture for a changing and computationally demanding workload for autonomous driving is a difficult task.
14th March 2018

Automotive grade isolation products from Silicon Labs

The number of electric vehicles is increasing rapidly, and Silicon Labs offers components such as analogue to digital converters, analogue measurement devices, gate drivers, and digital bus isolators.
26th February 2018

Modular automotive reference system in action

ON Semiconductor took its Modular Automotive Reference System from the lab setting and into the real world with this video showcasing the imaging capabilities of MARS on the road.
21st February 2018

Let's support the future of connected mobility

In a continuing effort to support the future of connected mobility, Molex has developed a connected vehicle technology ecosystem. 
14th February 2018

The evolution of TDA

Discover the past and future generations of TDA’s innovative and optimised ADAS technologies.
29th January 2018

Automotive occupancy grid using TI’s single-chip mmWave sensor

This video demonstrates TI’s mmWave radar sensors enabling an occupancy grid (a top-down view of the reflectors outside of the car).
11th January 2018

Parking object detection using TI’s single-chip mmWave sensor

This video demonstrates TI’s single-chip 77GHz mmWave sensors detecting various objects in a vehicle parking scenario.
10th January 2018

Driver vital sign detection demonstration using mmWave radar sensors

This video from Texas Instruements, demonstrates how developers can embed the single-chip 77GHz AWR1642 mmWave sensor into a driver seat and accurately detect driver vital signs.
9th January 2018

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