“Automation technology is being used in your home, car, office and factory and will become an integral part of our daily lives.
Automation technology is being used in your home, car, office and factory and will become an integral part of our daily lives.
In smart buildings and factories, machines and devices can think independently and talk to each other. Building managers and manufacturers look forward to the day when their devices can operate autonomously. But automation technology is not limited to buildings and factories. When we drive home, the car tells our house to turn on the lights. The office adjusts the temperature based on the number of people indoors in the office. Traffic lights will know when to change based on car and pedestrian traffic conditions. All possibilities will occur.
“Electronic devices in applications ranging from robots in factory buildings to modern power grids to smart home appliances will make our lives smarter and more connected with continuous advancements in sensing and processing technologies,” said our European company’s report. Stefan said so. “The touchpoints in our cars, homes and factories will collect real-time processed data and enable machines, robots and sensors to communicate with each other.”
From November 13th to 16th, at the electronics fair in Munich, Germany, the world’s leading trade fair for electronic components, we are presenting the various innovations mentioned above. To learn about the various innovative technologies at the electronics show, click on the corresponding images below to see a comprehensive interpretation of smart buildings, smart factories and smart cars, and see how industrial innovation works today.
The adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies can intelligently manage buildings in a more sustainable and cost-effective manner, but this requires more edge computing and an increasing number of semiconductor components. A series of innovations in automation will make buildings safer, smarter and more efficient. Leveraging the sensing capabilities of TI’s Smart Detection, building managers will be immediately alerted when systems are not functioning properly, reducing downtime and inconvenience.
At the Electronics Show, we highlighted Texas Instruments’ sensing capabilities and connectivity technologies that support multiple wireless protocols, including Bluetooth®, Thread®, Zigbee® and WiFi®. Click the image below to learn about the smart home of the future:
Industrial IoT is critical in factory design. Not only do manufacturers need smarter technology to help factories operate more efficiently, they also expect problems to be predicted before they occur. This means transferring data to the cloud and from machine to machine. Manufacturers will need industrial automation, robotics, predictive maintenance and machine vision technologies for more efficient production lines.
Automotive design engineers continue to look for ways to improve vehicle driving, including maximizing range per charge, improving vehicle perception and driver visibility, and improving passenger comfort and convenience. Manufacturers are turning to innovations such as vehicle electrification, digital cockpits, connectivity and autonomous driving technologies to create a better driving experience.