Welcome to the Automotive Design Center. Here you will find the resources you need for innovation in electronics to help fast track your automotive designs. This hub will be your key reference center for solutions in ADAS, Infotainment & Cluster, Body Electronics & Lighting, and HEV/EV. Learn more to accelerate the future of automotive systems.
Start your design with TI’s automotive imaging radar reference design using the 77-GHz mmWave sensor. Detect objects at a distance beyond 350 m with range resolution of 35 cm with our automotive radar reference design.
Increasing levels of connectivity enable vehicles to receive, interpret and transmit data – both within the vehicle as well as with the world around it – to inform driving decisions, increase passenger convenience and enable increasing levels of autonomy.
Traditional 12-V electrical systems in vehicles are reaching their limits. To reduce input current, automakers are moving power-hungry systems to a new 48-V rail powered by a lithium-ion battery. Read this paper to learn more.
Reducing emissions with electrification? Advanced monitoring and protection make electrified powertrain systems safer, more reliable and more efficient. Here are the answers to eight common questions on how to build these crucial subsystems.
From cluster chimes to eCall systems to external amplifiers, we have what you need to turn up the volume on automotive audio design. Start today by exploring our interactive system block diagrams, offering reference designs, product recommendations and more.
Rear lighting is becoming more dynamic and customizable with advancements in LED drivers. But this comes with power, thermal, EMI and fault detection challenges. Read more about rear lighting trends and topologies to…
Power and protect IGBT and SiC gate drivers in inverter systems with our power stage reference design demonstrating three types of bias-supply solutions and featuring reverse polarity protection, electric-transient clamping and …
With more than 1 million annual road fatalities worldwide, safety has become a key focus for the whole automotive industry. In Europe, the New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) is encouraging OEMs to adopt advanced driver-assistance systems…
Automation and connectivity are driving the automotive industry forward, and in answer to the growing need for bandwidth, flexibility, and cost-effectiveness, in-car networks are evolving. Ethernet is emerging as a preferred choice.