• HMB-N1961 Hands-On Workshop: Advanced Thread Stack Class on Routing Border Router Security Low Power and Commissioning

    This hands-on workshop provides a detailed architecture description of Thread technology and wireless mesh networking. The main Thread concepts will be reviewed and analyzed thoroughly. The attendee will have a deep u...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N2080 Embedded Planet: Designing the LS1043 Gateway

    Embedded Planet designed the new NXP LS1043 Gateway. Come learn the details of the hardware and software designed for this next generation residential Gateway.
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N2073 CODE: Accelerate Design and Prototyping of IoT Solutions with PixiePro

    As IoT technologies and markets explode, selecting the right set of tools to get an idea off the ground as quickly as possible becomes a necessity for modern developers, PixiePro has the right set of performance and c...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N2042 Thread Making the Connected Home a Reality

    For the Internet of Things (IoT) in the home to become a reality, companies need an open ecosystem approach that addresses all aspects from the IPv6 based mesh networking protocol to the end user experience. This clas...
    Gabriela Godinez
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N2012 HomeKit SDK Configuration and Integration into Accessory Applications (Restricted to Verified MFi Licensees Only)

    This session will provide a detailed introduction to NXP's HomeKit Software Development Kit (SDK) architecture, APIs and code adaptors. Through hands-on examples, you will learn accessory profile configurations, how t...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1997 Enable Intelligent Cooking Appliances in the Smart Kitchen

    Solid state RF energy provides cooking appliance OEMs the opportunity to create differentiated cooking appliances. When combined with emerging food services, these appliances can enable greater levels of consumer conv...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1996 Design Considerations for High-Performance Solid State RF Cooking

    Designing solid state RF solutions to deliver controllable, high efficiency energy for consumer cooking appliances requires designers to carefully consider size, cost, and performance objectives. This session will cov...
    Renee Fortenberry
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1995 Lunch and Learn- Design Challenges of Portable RF Heating Applications

    In designing cooking appliances, there is ample consideration given to power required from a home's wired electrical system as well as the performance needed to maintain safety and operating temperatures. NXP's s...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1994 Determine Optimum Cooking Cavity Configuration in Solid State RF Cooking Appliances

    There are many variables to consider when implementing and integrating solid state RF power into a cooking appliance. Cavity size and shape, RF feed type, power, thermals, and configuration all factor into design cons...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1985 How NXP Production Ready Modules & EVK Can Help to Develop Products with Less TTM

    NXP introducing the most comprehensive smart home/IoT Evaluation kit enabling multiple technologies as wireless connectivity, security & NFC commissioning with audio features. NXP's complete value proposition comb...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1984 Developing HomeKit and Made for iPod -MFi- Accessories with NXP Processors and Software

    This session will provide an introduction to developing Made For iPod (MFi) accessories including audio, non-audio, CarPlay, AirPlay and HomeKit applications based on NXP microcontrollers (MCUs), microprocessors (MPUs...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1983 Hands-On Workshop: ZigBee-3.0 Developer Experience for 3.0 Home Automation Applications Using EK004

    Hands-on training for ZigBee-3.0 with NXP lowest power Wireless MCU, using evaluation kit. Quickest and fastest way to develop a smart home product using ZigBee-3.0 such as sensors, monitoring device panels, router de...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1982 Developing Tap-to-Connect Experiences with Smart Home Automation Solutions

    Lecture on NFC commissioning and various use-cases NFC enables in Smart Home/IoT to save cost and enable convenience. NFC gives best of user experience for installing devices in Smart Home & Buildings and in-addit...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1962 IPv6 Over Bluetooth® Low Energy (6LoBLE) Lecture and Demo

    The course will detail RFC 7668 (6LoBLE), Bluetooth® low energy 4.2 and the Internet protocol support profile that are used to transport IPv6 frames in an IoT environment. The demo will be based on the Kinetis KW...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1945 New Kinetis KE1x Series- More Memory More Features & Higher Performance in 5 V Kinetis E Family

    The Kinetis KE1x family is the next generation MCU solution in the Kinetis E series. Designed with more memory, enhanced features and new IPs, this family extends the NXP 5 V portfolio to cover higher performance appl...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1937 Introducing Brillio OS Based on Android for Connected Devices

    Brillo is a lightweight OS based on Android for connected devices with a small footprint that is open, extensible and secure. Brillo extends the Android platform to all your connected devices so they are easy to set u...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1905 Low Cost Radar to Create Secure and Smart Homes

    Advancing technology has brought down the cost of 24 GHz radar system significantly bringing a whole range of new applications into reach. Historically radar was a pure military and industrial application due to high ...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1903 NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy Total Interoperability with Smart Devices

    Customers active in hospitality, home readers or any application connecting to a smartphone or tablet are faced with the challenge of guarantying system interoperability with all smartphones on the market today. The a...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1902 Hands-On Workshop: Use Hardware Security for Corporate Access

    This session explain how to achieve a higher level of security with NXP's latest NFC controller solution with customizable firmware, the PN7462, using a Secure Access Module (SAM) for applications like corporate acces...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry
  • HMB-N1901 Hands-On Workshop: How to Implement NFC Access Control

    By adding NFC to a door lock, the same smartcard technology that protects some of the world’s most valuable objects can now be brought to everyday places like homes, apartment buildings, and hotels. An NFC-enabl...
    Elizabeth Hughes
    last modified by Renee Fortenberry