Webinar highlights embedded systems security process
A webinar hosted by Future Electronics and Microchip Technology is now available on demand.
It introducesthe new GoodLock development platform based on Microchip’s SAML11 ARM Cortex-M23 microcontroller.
Key speakers of the webinar include Martin Bernier, Future Electronics Director of Engineering Support Group & System Design Centre; Bob Smith, Microchip Principal Technical Training Engineer; and Anand Rangarajan, Microchip Product Marketing Manager of the 32-bit Microcontroller Division,.
By watching the free on-demand webinar, participants will learn the importance of adding security features to embedded systems through the GoodLock board. Participants can also enter for a chance to win a free GoodLock demo board.
GoodLock is a complete development platform based on Microchip’s SAML11 ARM Cortex-M23 MCU, with integrated hardware security and Arm TrustZone Technology.
It also delivers the industry’s lowest power in its performance class and enhanced peripheral touch with Driven Shield Plus for water tolerance touch.
Some other features of the board include the AT32UC3A onboard programmer/debugger, a MikroElektronika expansion header, and several Microchip Analogue and Power components.
The GoodLock development board features an onboard programmer/debugger, OLED display, and a rechargeable battery.
It also has two ‘keys’ with Secure Element ATECC608A, featuring cryptographic co-processor with secure hardware-based key storage, hardware support for asymmetric sign/verify/key agreement, and hardware support for symmetric algorithms.