In automotive applications, it is typical to have a central processing unit that interfaces with other peripheral devices, other sub-systems and the user. Often, the signals from these interconnects may be incompatible on both ends. Therefore, various semiconductor devices such as analog switches, voltage level translators, and GPIO expanders are often used to bridge between the interconnects on the board. Also, LED Controllers, LCD Drivers and Real Time Clocks are used for interfacing between the system and user. In this session, we will explore the application of these analog and interface devices from NXP and discuss their applications in automotive applications.