Smart demos to showcase Texas Instruments’ Designing Tomorrow theme
There will be demonstrations to reflect the theme of ‘Designing Tomorrow’, with four application benches demonstrating technologies for the smart car, smart building, smart factory and smart city.
Vehicle demonstrations will include TI’s mmWave sensors for people counting, radar imaging (an advanced driver assistance system or ADAS), angle of arrival technology and a conceptual wireless charging solution for electric vehicles (EVs).
To illustrate smart buildings there will be a robust and reliable water/liquid tolerant keypad showing ingress protection levels IPX5, a touch through metal keypad and slider and real-time code portability with TI’s wired and wireless MCUs to create a sensor-to-cloud system.
For the factory, demonstrations will include industry 4.0 enabling technologies such as TI’s mmWave level sensing solution for industrial liquid measurement, gesture recognition technology and next-generation industrial networking.
The demonstrations for smart cities of the future will include TI’s MSP430FR6047 microcontrollers with integrated ultrasonic sensing for smart water meters.
There is also a comprehensive conference programme alongside the exhibition and TI figures heavily here too, with Autonomous Systems II Architectures & Applications (16.00 Tuesday 27 February), Connectivity III/80215.4, 6Lo & Mesh I (10.30, Wednesday 28 February), : RTOS I Basics (12.00, Wednesday 28 February), Connectivity IV / 80215.4, 6Lo & Mesh II (17.00, Wednesday 28 February), Connectivity V/Wired Connectivity I (09.30 Thursday 01 March), Embedded GUI & Augmented Reality (11.30, Thursday 01 March).
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