“Smart homes can detect indoor/outdoor humidity and the number of occupants in the room, and then adjust the temperature and humidity accordingly (Did I mention that electric door locks will automatically lock the door after you leave the house, or turn the lights on after you walk out of the room Dim it?)
When you pass by a shop window, the window opens to welcome you in, remember what you bought in the shop last time, and provide you with advice on buying clothes according to your dress.
The video phone in the kitchen is also a ready-to-use personal computer, digital TV and driving route planner.
Smart homes can detect indoor/outdoor humidity and the number of occupants in the room, and then adjust the temperature and humidity accordingly (Did I mention that electric door locks will automatically lock the door after you leave the house, or turn the lights on after you walk out of the room Dim it?)
The smart refrigerator can identify the state of the food in it, calculate the quantity, and provide food purchase recommendations.
“Reactive skin” can help soldiers on the battlefield become invisible.
Wearable computers are good for law enforcement.
The on-board computer allows passengers to connect to the Internet, send e-mails and watch real-time TV while driving on the highway (if you are driving on a highway dedicated to high-speed cars in Germany, that means your driving speed is 120 mph…)
Telemedicine and robotic surgeons can perform delicate and complex surgical operations without the need for manual operation of the scalpel.
High-definition, high-resolution video monitors can capture multiple faces across the street, and use databases, facial expressions, and behavioral calculation systems to determine whether they are friends or enemies (a large city would need to buy such a system worth US$40 million ).
These applications, as well as transportation, field exploration and measurement, transactions between enterprises and consumers, aerospace industry, factory automation, renewable energy, and various other applications in smart grids have one thing in common: the core of processing and control is the embedded computer .
If you want to design embedded computers with TI’s OMAP35x or Intel’s Atom or Core i3, i5, i7 processors, TI provides complete power and analog solutions.
For the open multimedia application platform (OMAP), please choose from TI’s TPS65950, TPS65930, TPS65930 or TPS65073 and TPS65023 power management integrated circuits (PMIC).
For Intel’s “deep embedded” Atom power system, please choose from TI’s TPS59610 IMVP6+ compatible CPU/GPU core controllers, which match our chipset, DDR memory, and system rail power solutions.
TI’s TPS51116 is a mainstream DDR power conditioner that complies with the JEDEC standard and can perform DDR1, DDR2, DDR3, and low-voltage (LV) DDR3 operations.
Its design support tools include our complete 2010 Atom power supply system EVM, which installs all voltage stabilizers and test circuits, including load transient generators, which simulate Atom CPU/GPU changes in load current according to performance modes.
All you need is a desktop power supply, an oscilloscope, a pair of digital multimeters, and a static Electronic load system to perform a complete evaluation.
We will also provide automatic design component calculators, reference designs based on the type of Intel Atom CPU used in the design, wiring design guides and tips, training demonstrations, and Intel embedded computing power selection guides.