Hands-on workshops at embedded world 2016
The embedded world exhibition, taking place next week in Nuremberg, Germany, will see STMicroelectronics (Hall 4A-138) present a range of solutions for embedded designs across a scope of applications, including industrial, medical, consumer and automotive. The showcase will include demos, technical seminars, and hands-on workshops, hosted by experts who can help attendees release their creativity with ST’s latest embedded technologies, products, and tools.
Videos, produced during the event, will be available from February 24, 2016 at www.youtube.com/stonlinemedia/EW2016.
ST invites Embedded World 2016 attendees to participate in on-booth technical conferences or go into more depth on products and tools during practical workshops running throughout the exhibition. During various activities, ST will give away hundreds of easy to use development boards and other prizes, including BB-8 by Sphero, an app-enabled Droid powered by the STM32F3 ARM Cortex-M4 microcontroller.
Among the demonstrations planned for Embedded World attendees are:
- The newest members of the STM32 ARM Cortex M MCU family, including new 14-pin STM32L0 devices, smaller derivatives of the STM32L4, and extensions of the STM32F4 and STM32F7 series.
- A member of the LoRa Alliance, ST will demonstrate the LoRa technology on STM32 MCUs and distribute LoRa combo packs (STM32L0 Nucleo + SX1276MB1LAS shield from Semtech) to interested attendees.
- Application solutions around the STM32 including connectivity, graphics, motor control, ARM mbed OS, Apple HomeKit and more.
- The STM32 Open Development Environment, which provides a flexible, easy and affordable way to develop innovative devices and applications.
- The full NFC portfolio, including tags, dynamic tags, readers and transceivers.
- A new security module for securing connected devices.
- Solutions that include wireless charging, new innovative sensors, wireless connectivity, MEMS microphones and micro-power analogue, to complement embedded designs.
- Flightsense sensor family for ranging, user detection and gesture control.
- Embedded solutions for automotive applications that include the first Power Architecture MCU with ISO CAN FD (Flexible Data Rate) and the SPC5Studio microcontroller development environment demonstrated on the smallest ASIL-D microcontroller device (SPC57).
- Teseo III single-chip stand alone positioning ICs capable of receiving signals from multiple Global Navigation Satellite Systems.