This webinar provides an overview of Texas Instruments’ sensing technologies with focus on key new sensing products for Inductance Sensing, Capacitance Sensing, Humidity Sensors, and Ultrasonic sensing. Learn about the industry’s first multi-channel position sensing inductance to digital converters (LDC1612 family) that can be used for diverse applications ranging from position sensing (axial and lateral), angle sensing, gear counting, and sensing spring compression/expansion. We will talk out capacitance sensing (cap sensing) solutions that enable proximity detection, liquid level measurement, collision avoidance, and rain/ice sensing. Learn about TI’s new humidity sensors in extremely small packaging, as well as our new ultrasonic sensing products that are used in a wide range of applications like flow, fluid concentration, and level measurement.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Proximity sensing (Inductive Sensing, Capacitive Sensing)
  • Position sensing (Inductive Sensing)
  • Level sensing (Ultrasonic, Capacitive Sensing)
  • Flow sensing (Ultrasonic)
  • Humidity (Humidity Sensors)
  • Angle (Inductive Sensing)
  • Fluid Concentration (Ultrasonic Sensing)

Who Should Attend:
People interested in sensing products for proximity, level, flow, humidity, rotation, fluid concentration measurements


Anjana GovilAnjana Govil

Anjana Govil manages the marketing team for precision signal path business in Texas Instruments. She has held a variety of roles in TI from design engineer to multiple marketing roles in multiple product lines and the industrial solutions team. She holds a Bachelors of Engineering from University of Delhi and a Masters in Business administration from Kelly School of business.

Matt BrownMatt Brown

Matt Brown is a global technical marketing manager for Avnet’s Electronics Marketing Group, focused on accelerating adoption of new technology for video, image, and digital signal processing applications. Current projects include software-defined radio and embedded motor control, reference designs, and worldwide customer training.

Matt’s career started at Motorola designing hardware for the Iridium satellite phone. He later consulted on signal chain design and high-performance algorithm implementation in FPGAs as a field applications engineer at Memec Insight, Memec, and Avnet. Matt has a Bachelor’s Degree of Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, and several postgraduate courses in wireless communications.