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TI to drive innovation for IoT, industrial and automotive applications at embedded world 2015

embedded world in Nuremberg, Germany, Texas Instruments (TI) (NASDAQ: TXN) will demonstrate how its embedded processing and analog technologies are driving innovation in embedded system designs. Visitors to Hall 5, booth 208 on Feb. 24-26 can experience how TI technology is providing new capabilities for the Internet of Things (IoT), new experiences in industrial and home automation, and innovation in automotive and ultra-low power applications. Additionally, attendees can talk with TI design experts and explore its LaunchPad evaluation kits, BeagleBoards and SensorTag ecosystems in the hands-on workbench area, evaluate several TI Designs reference designs and get a personal near field communications (NFC) bio-patch that can measure skin humidity and temperature.


Additionally, the following key demonstrations can be found in TI’s booth:


   — IoT sensor network: Experince the industry’s broadest portfolio of

       “IoT-ready” products including microcontrollers, processors, wired and

       wireless connectivity technologies, sensors, and mixed-signal and power

       management solutions.

   — Automotive power steering: See TI’s all-in-one automotive power steering

       technology in a single car demonstrating various solutions including:

       ADAS, infotainment, instrument cluster, Electronic Power Steering (EPS),

       Safety and sensors.

   — Industrial communication: Learn how TI’s Sitara(TM) AM335x Industrial

       Communications Engine (ICE) enables up to five industrial protocols.


Further details on TI’s activities at embedded world 2015 can be found at


About Texas Instruments

Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog ICs and embedded processors. By employing the world’s brightest minds, TI creates innovations that shape the future of technology. TI is helping more than 100,000 customers transform the future, today. Learn more at


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