There was a lot see at CES, even when the lights went out. We’re glad so many of you took time to learn about what we’re doing in VR and AR realism, as well as human and machine interaction for industry, medicine, and autonomous driving. If you couldn’t drop by in person, or if you want to see a demo again, check out the videos below.

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Consumer Demonstrations

Speaker Linearization using Class D Amplifiers


Watch Demo: Speaker Linearization using Class D Amplifiers

This turn-key speaker enhancement solution incorporates a mid-power Class D amplifier with I/V sensing (SSM3525) and an audio processor to take full advantage of high performance current and voltage monitoring. Applications include comprehensive speaker protection as well as additional speaker optimization to enhance the listening experience or reduce system cost.

7.1.4 Channel Dolby® Atmos Soundbar


Watch Demo: Using ADSP-21584 in an Audio Decoding Application

See the ADSP-21584 evaluation board decoding Dolby Atmos audio and MPEG-H audio in a soundbar.

Dolby® Audio for Wireless Speakers


Watch Demo: Dolby® Audio for Wireless Speakers

See how an ADSP-21489 processor can be used to improve horizontal and vertical sound stage expansion while maintaining natural sounding audio.

MEMS OIS Solution for Mobile Cameras


Watch Demo: Optical Image Stabilization System with MEMS Actuators

We demonstrated how this Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) solution offers a new level of stabilization, enabling for roll compensation, reducing power consumption 100 times and providing better accuracy than a traditional VCM-based approach.

Healthcare Demonstrations

Multi-Parameter Health Monitoring Platforms and IoT Ecosystem


Watch Demo: Multi-Parameter Health Monitoring Platforms and IoT ecosystem

We showed technology that supports 24/7 body-worn sensing devices capable of monitoring multiple vital signs for health and disease management, patient recovery monitoring, and enhanced quality of life. It included a demonstration of HealthConnect cloud services, algorithm development and solution validation, and trend and feature extraction.

Automotive Demonstrations

76-81GHz Autonomous Driving CMOS RADAR


Watch Demo: 76-81GHz Autonomous Driving CMOS RADAR

See a system-level demonstration of our innovative, highly integrated CMOS RADAR solution that exponentially increases angular resolution to support highly automated driving applications for OEMs, Tier 1s, Startups and Disruptors

Low Electromagnetic Emission Benefits of Silent Switchers


Watch Demo: Low Electromagnetic Emission Benefits of Silent Switchers

The demonstration showed how emission minimizes interference among different systems and is critical to ensuring compliance with automotive regulations, such as the CISPR25. We also showed how adapting Silent Switchers in early design stages can reduce risk and expedite time to market.

Intelligent In-Cabin Sensing


Watch Demo: Intelligent In-Cabin Sensing

We showed how this sensing solution can detect the location and motion of a driver’s hands on or near a steering wheel. It can be used to detect texting-while-driving as well as driver readiness after an assisted driving operation. We also showed how our Time-of-Flight technology can be used for Touch-Free Gesture Control.

Power µModule® Solutions


Watch Demo: Power µModule® Solutions

We showed how our industry leading micromodules can solve the toughest power challenges in a variety of markets and applications, including Automotive, Industrial, and Communications.

Automotive Audio Platforms


Watch Demo: Electric Vehicle Warning Sound System

ADI has developed a reference design with schematics and full software for electric vehicle warning sound systems. ADI can provide multiple solutions from entry level conformance to the legislation to more sophisticated engine sound solutions for internal and external applications.

IoT Demonstrations

Wheel of Blinking LEDs – Wireless Time Synchronization


Watch Demo: Wheel of Blinking LEDs – Wireless Time Synchronization

Ultra-low power and reliability are critical requirements for wireless sensor networks deployed in Industrial IoT applications. The demo showed how precise time synchronization across a multi-hop network can be used to automatically schedule data traffic with low duty cycling. This can enable sensors to be placed in demanding IoT locations, such as vibrating pumps/motors, multi-story commercial buildings, industrial processing plants, and power plants.

Secure IoT Stack


Watch Demo: Analog Devices Trusted Sensor Solutions- Secure IoT Stack

The demonstration revealed how this approach provides end-users with confidence their device can be trusted, while simplifying the deployment process and reducing cost and vulnerabilities of private key management.

Lowest Power Edge Nodes: Structural Health Monitoring


Watch Demo: Lowest Power Edge Nodes: Structural Health Monitoring

Visitors saw how this system design maintains a well-defined, aggressively low power profile until a vibration is detected. The solution incorporates sensors, edge-node processing, and cloud connectivity, making it highly suitable for battery-powered, long-life applications in industrial IoT.