When: January 28, 2017 at 12:00 pm
in San Francisco, CA, USA
DLP Advanced Light Control encourages you to present your work with Digital Micromirror Devices at SPIE's Photonics West 2017 Conference in San Francisco. Abstracts for papers are due by July 18, 2016.
Building versatile noise-immune capacitive touch solutions with MSP430™ MCUs featuring CapTIvate™ technology
When: August 10, 2016 at 10:00 am
in Sunnyvale, CA, USA
On-site Seminar: Texas Instruments, 165 Gibraltar Court, Sunnyvale - CA August 10th, 2016 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM PST
When: June 26, 2016 at 2:00 pm
in Las Vegas, NV, USA
Computer vision is key in automotive market especially various ADAS applications e.g. front camera, rear camera, surround view, parking assistance. The tutorial discusses various constraints on algorithms quality, computation complexity, cost, power dissipation and functional safety in automotive market. The tutorial explains typical embedded hardware solution with TI’s Driver Assist (TDA) product line as an example. The tutorial goes in details of mix of typical programmable processors (e.g. CPU and DSP) as well as Domain specific hardware accelerators for computer vision (e.g. vector engines and image pipe) to address these constraints. The tutorial covers intelligent system partitioning as well as software infrastructure (open compute frameworks and vision development frameworks) to enable simplified software programmer view. The last part of tutorial teaches optimal mapping of various algorithms (e.g. Forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, lane departure warning etc.) in front camera systems on TDA product line. The tutorial will be immensely help students, researchers as well as industry folks to understand ADAS market and embedded solutions.
When: February 22, 2016 at 8:00 am
in Tucson, AZ, USA
This free in-person technical seminar offers an introduction to control theory which will be valuable to electronic, electrical and mechanical engineers. The aim is to provide engineers with an insight into elementary control problems and their solution. An understanding of basic engineering mathematics is recommended to benefit fully from this course.
When: November 17, 2015 at 8:00 am
in Houston, TX, USA
Learn how to design analog and digital power supplies from ground up quickly and easily with this in-depth laboratory based design workshop.During the workshop you will learn how to design stable analog and digital control loops in both voltage mode and current mode. You will then design, code, implement and test several digital power supplies in our well-equipped laboratory.The workshop is three days long and is aimed at analog PSU designers and embedded systems engineers who need to design high performance stable digital power supplies.All laboratories are based in TI's C2000 family of MCUs; however, the design practices taught in the class can be applied to any MCU. The workshop participants will also receive the necessary templates, libraries and skill to implement multiple converters with minimal coding.All attendees will receive ~$2000 worth of commercial software:Commercial 1-year license for Biricha's WDS Power Supply Design Software worth ~$1000*Commercial license for Biricha's Digital Power Libraries worth over $500Unlimited single seat license for Code Composer Studio worth $450For information about registration and dates please click here
When: November 10, 2015 at 8:00 am
in Houston, TX, USA
Learn how to design analog and digital power factor correction systems from ground up quickly and easily with this in-depth laboratory based design workshop.This is a three-day hands-on workshop with the first day being optional if you are already familiar with the C2000 family of MCUs and Biricha digitals CSL and Digital Power Libraries.An entire day is dedicated to analog PFC design and fundamentals. During this "Analog PFC Day" we will start from basic principles and cover the entire design, loop stabilization, meeting the regulations and component selection. We will then experimentally verify all of the theory in our well-equipped laboratory. The "Digital PFC Day" covers all the material needed to convert an analog PFC design into the digital domain including digital loop design and stability. You will then implement your digital PFC design in our lab and test its performance. The laboratories are based on TI’s C2000 family, however the principles and the theory taught in class can be applied to any MCU. Finally, if you come from an analog background or if you have not programmed for a long time, then our "Introduction to MCU Programming Day" is designed specifically to start you with MCU programming. This day is optional and during the registration pages you will be given the choice of whether or not you wish to attend this day.During these 3 days you will design and test several analog and digital PFC stages (single stage & interleaved) and you will have received ~$1500 worth of commercial software:Commercial 1-year license for Biricha’s PFC Loop Design Software (Analog & Digital) worth ~$500Commercial license for Biricha's Digital Power Libraries worth over $500Unlimited single seat license for Code Composer Studio worth $450 For information about registration and dates please click here
When: October 20, 2015 at 1:00 pm
in Richardson, TX, USA
Join Texas Instruments for multi-day technical trainings on battery management. Attend beginner to advanced technical seminars, engage in hands-on workshops, and have one-on-one time with our Battery Management Solutions team. Customize your training curriculum when you register.