DwF Shanghai - 2015-07-14

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Automotive and Connected Car

Introduction on ARM Cortex-M Kernel Based on Automotive MCUs

Introduction to NXP's Latest Generation of Tire Pressure Monitoring System Solutions

S12 MagniV Mixed-Signal MCUs New Product Update

Automotive MCU Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) Product and Solution Update

MAC57D5xx ARM Core MCUs for Automotive Instrument Clusters

Leverage the i.MX 6 Series Applications Processors for Automotive Applications

Design Functional Safety Compliant ECU


Design, Software and Services

Develop with the SDK for Kinetis MCUs

Lauterbach: Trace 32 for NXP -- About Lauterbach Product Overview Debugging and Trace Feature Misc Function

A Complete Overview of Reference Design and Solutions Using i.MX 6 Applications Processors

Micron’s Memory Support for Freescale Processors

Digi: ConnectCore Accerelate Your Application Development---i.MX Module

ENEA: Software Service High Tech Embedded Industry


Smart Industry

NXP Consumer and Industry Analog Products' Introduction

RF Products in Land Mobile Radio

Hands-On Workshop: Using MAPS

RF in the Emerging Market – Land Mobile, ISM

TQ-Systems: Make vs Buy – How to Find the Best Solution at the Wide Range of Offers of EBS

Hands-On: MC34931S and MC34932S Motor Driver


Insight and Innovation

Overview of Kinetis Microcontroller Portfolio based on ARM Cortex-M0+ and Cortex-M4 Cores

i.MX 6 Applications Processors Development Deep Dive: Image and Display Application


Smart Networks

Sneak Peak: What's New for QorIQ Processors?

NXP IoT Solutions

An Introduction to the QorIQ LS1 Family