Need to supplement what you’re learning in the classroom?
Struggling with a design project? Here’s a list of what
we recommend to tackle today’s real world problems
through easy-to-use online platforms.
Discover convenient university educational content with university webinars,
engineering curriculum, MOOCs & online tutorials and YouTube videos.
Engineering curriculum for robotics and power management with helpful online tutorials
Taking power electronics design seriously: A hands-on philosophy and implementation
Professor Alex J. Hanson from The University of Texas at Austin examines this radically design-oriented, experimental power electronics course.
Edge Impulse: Embedded machine learning with TI LaunchPad™ development kits & Edge Impulse
Jenny Plunkett, User Success Engineer from Edge Impulse, will review what embedded machine learning is, identify the problems machine learning solves and perform an embedded machine learning demonstration on a TI LaunchPad™ development kit.
Texas Instruments Arm®-based MCU emulator using the MATLAB programming environment for online control lab education
Associate professor Steve Southward from the mechanical engineering department at Virginia Tech shares his experience in creating an MSP432 emulator library that was developed in the MATLAB programming environment to enable students to develop, download and run real-time programs on the MSP432 emulator platform.
In person and remote hybrid instruction of robotics, control theory and mechatronics using the C2000 microcontroller
Daniel Block, who lectures and manages the College of Engineering Control Systems Laboratory at UIUC, shares his class and teaching experience using the C2000™ real-time control microcontroller for robotics, controls systems and mechatronics.
From commercial drones to internet of things
How mechatronics drives the age of automation: Georgia Tech professor Jonathan Rogers provides an overview of how low-cost embedded computers and sensors have revolutionized the field of mechatronics over the past decade.
Get your robot built, tested and ready for learning in under 20 minutes
This session will show you how to construct the robotics kit and how to test the functionality with our TI-RSLK MAX debug application.
Create Bluetooth, ZigBee or sub-1GHz-based sensor networks with the new multi-protocol LaunchPad SensorTag Kit
Showcase the brand new LaunchPad™ SensorTag Kit (LPSTK-CC1352R), a multi-protocol and multi-band development kit capable of both sub-1GHz and 2.4GHz connectivity with a single chip.
Why real-time operating systems are important for modern IoT projects
Introduction to real-time operating systems and their use with development kits.
Power your project
Demonstrating the power project kit that shows students how to make a power converter circuit.
The instructor guide to Energia
Using the Arduino framework provided by Energia, show how students can use this open-source electronics prototyping platform.
Modern lab for remote learning: Hands-on Real-Time Digital Signal Processing using low-cost portable hardware
Professor Patrick Schaumont from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) will discuss the conversion of a Real-time Digital Signal Processing (DSP) course with traditional in-person hands-on labs to a hybrid (in-person and online) setting.
Learn how high-precision position sensors help create new features for the industrial and automotive industry
This webinar provides an overview of magnetic Hall-effect and inductive position sensors from Texas Instruments with a guide for selecting the right technology and function using specific uses-cases and key evaluation modules.
Teaching fundamentals of analog and digital systems using an audio-controlled, music-following TI-RSLK robot
Assistant Professor of Teaching, Hooman Rashtian covers a novel method of implementing project-based learning in a lower-division course “EEC10: Introduction to Analog and Digital Systems” taught at UC, Davis.
The power discovery
Exploit the power of your mind in finding new ways to use energy more intelligently: University of Salerno, Italy Professor Nicola Femia overviews some key power management issues and proposes a vision of the knowledge, methods and tools needed to help students discovering how to exploit the power of their minds in finding new ways to use the energy more intelligently.
Measuring the atmosphere using high-accuracy, ultra-high-precision temperature and humidity sensors
This webinar session covers fundamentals of measuring the atmosphere, operation of sensors, system benefits and helpful guide for selecting the right part.
First year engineering experience with robotics
Introducing the Classic TI-RSLK kit to teach system thinking to engineering students.
Understanding inductor characteristics using a new hands-on learning kit
Showing how magnetics are a key component in teaching students about power management.
TI tools for learning power electronics
Provide students an introduction to WEBENCH, an end-to-end design tool, and power management lab kits to learn power management.
mmWave sensors & applications
Presenting a sensing technology for detection of objects and providing the range, velocity and angle of these objects.
TI Robotics System Learning Kit MAX (TI-RSLK MAX) curriculum
The TI-RSLK MAX is a low-cost robotics kit and classroom curriculum which provides students with a deeper understanding of how electronic system designs work. Developed with university faculty, Jon Valvano of UT Austin, the TI-RSLK MAX is designed to supplement university curriculum.
Classic TI Robotics System Learning Kit (TI-RSLK) curriculum
Original course highlighting the classic TI-RSLK, which required students to solder the kit together. The TI-RSLK MAX curriculum is updated and supports the new solderless kit.
LaunchPad SensorTag kit training series
Designed to help you get started with the TI LaunchPad SensorTag kit (LPSTK-CC1352R)
SimpleLink™ MSP432™ low-power + high-performance MCUs training series
Learn about the MSP432P4x MCU, how to get started with the hardware & software tools and available resources.
mmWave Training Series
Learn the fundamentals of Frequency-Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) technology and mmWave sensors.11. mmWave Training Series: Learn the fundamentals of Frequency-Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) technology and mmWave sensors.
Reinforce power supply knowledge with the TI Power Management Lab Kit series
Step-by-step walk through of a power experiment using the TI-PMLK series and how to use it to increase your power supply knowledge.
TI Precision Labs
Video curriculum spanning analog signal chain products - from foundational knowledge to advanced concepts.
MSP430 Workshop Series
This workshop is designed to help users gain an in-depth knowledge about the MSP430 family of microcontrollers.
Getting started with TI-RTOS
An in-depth workshop that quickly teaches production-level skills to craft code on any platform that supports TI-RTOS.
C2000™ F2837xD microcontroller 1-Day workshop series
Hands-on technical course based on the dual-core TMS320F28379D device.
C2000™ F28004x microcontroller workshop
Ideal for anyone interested in learning more about the C2000 microcontrollers with a hands-on technical course based on the TMS320F280049C device.
Introduction to Embedded Systems Software and Development Environments
This course is focused on giving students real world coding experience and hands on project work with ARM based Microcontrollers. Learn how to implement software configuration management and develop embedded software applications using the GNU Toolchain GCC, Git version control, and developing software in Linux on a Virtual Machine from University of Colorado instructor Alex Fosdick.
Embedded Software and Hardware Architecture
Students will need the Texas Instruments LaunchPad to complete assignments, writing firmware to interact and configure both the underlying ARM architecture and the MSP432 microcontroller platform in this hands-on, lab-based course from University of Colorado instructor Alex Fosdick.
In this course, students will learn to harness the power of microcontrollers, sensors, and actuators to build useful and interesting robotic devices from Georgia Tech Associate Professor Jonathan Rogers.
Real-time Bluetooth networks - shape the world
Learn the design fundamentals of a real-time operating system (RTOS) and how to build a Bluetooth network in this hands-on project-based course from the University of Texas Austin professor Jonathan Valvano and Distinguished Senior Lecturer Ramesh Yerraballi.
Embedded systems - shape the world
Microcontroller input/output: Introduction to the world of embedded systems with a focus on microcontroller input/output in this hands-on, lab-based course from the University of Texas Austin professor Jonathan Valvano and Distinguished Senior Lecturer Ramesh Yerraballi.
Learn how technology is transforming patient data
The unique challenges of healthcare delivery in the US and the developed world and the potential of informatics based tools and systems to help solve these challenges from Georgia Tech Professor of the Practice Mark Braunstein.
Microcontrollers and the C programming language (MSP430 MCU)
Create C programs for a microcontroller using inputs/outputs, timers, analog-to-digital converters, communication ports and LCD from Valparaiso University Brandt Professor of Engineering Mark M. Budnik.
Meet the TI-RSLK Max
Explore the features of the TI-RSLK MAX, a simple to use solderless robotics kit that provides hands-on learning opportunities for first year engineers.
TI-RSLK MAX LaunchPad kit preparation
Provides required changes to the SimpleLink™ MSP432P401R high-precision ADC LaunchPad™ development kit to be able to use with the TI-RSLK MAX.
Power to educate students
Meet our comprehensive power management lab kits and a power electronic board for power supply experiments.
Jumpstart your project with the LPSTK
A kit integrated with environmental and motion sensors, multi band wireless connectivity and easy-to-use software to help you prototype your next connected application.