Texas Instruments is a very well established components and tools manufacturer so I think it's great to see them building out and expanding into more system and components with this. Thank you for always updating us on their movements - it's good to be able to come here and see what's the latest and greatest!
Most of us probably have never used the hyperbolic tangent function tanh(x) or the sin(arctan(x)) reference function since our university days. But these functions enable a kinematic controller. Kinematics determines the position and orientation movement of an end-effector on a robotic arm as a function of the joint coordinates.