The i.MX 8 architecture features two processor types: a powerful Arm® Cortex®-A for applications and a Cortex-M4 for real time processing. In this session you will learn how these cores can interact and what features are embedded on our SoC to ease development on this architecture.
This workshop demonstrates FreeRTOS on the S32K and presents basic system operation, scheduling, and resource management as it applies in the embedded environment. User applications can be written inside this environment to maximize the use of hardware resources and prioritize operations based on their importance to the system.
This presentation will present a simple EM physics and geometry based approach to designing power distribution networks on PCBs. From input power connection to the IC die, the simple rules discussed can be used to reduce power supply noise and improve EMC. New research presented on the impact of discrete components on radiated and conducted emissions, with an emphasis on cost analysis. Results of recent research on various power supply PCB topology will be discussed.
As IC geometries continue to shrink and switching speeds increase, designing electromagnetic systems and printed circuit boards to meet the required signal integrity and EMC specifications has become even more challenging. A new design methodology is required. Specifically, the utilization of an electromagnetic physics-based design methodology to control the field energy in your design will be discussed. This training module will walk through the development process and provide you with guidelines for building successful, cost effective printed circuit boards.
This session will provide an introduction to automotive cybersecurity. We will outline: NXP's automotive security product portfolio; industry standards and best practices; and NXP's global security organization, cybersecurity design and business practices.
Hands-on getting started with S32K. Participants will work with bare metal application code, working with an S32K144 development kit and S32 Design Studio. Short presentations followed by hands-on labs. Learn coding secrets for S32K and Arm® Cortex-M!
Hands-on getting started with MagniV. Participants will work with bare metal application code and Processor Expert, working with an S12ZVC development kit and CodeWarrior IDE. Short presentations followed by hands-on labs. Learn coding secrets for fast application startup!
In this workshop you will learn about UJA1196 capabilities for HS-CAN communications focused on low-power applications, using its great features for supply voltage, wake-up capabilities, etc. All of this in a very small package.
S32 Design Studio 3.0 S32V234 focus on configuration tools pin wizard, clocks config, with SDK configuration, FreeRTOS configuration and use building and running a project showing debug with S32 debugger on the m4 with code on target. Configuration tools suite formed from pins, clocks, peripherals, DCD, IVT are offering a complete view of the platform with complete access to all the details directly from the tool and possibility to generate, build and debug the applications.
The session will provide an overview of the AUTOSAR software for NXP Ethernet products. It will describe the software products, starting from the AUTOSAR standard requirements, but also the extensions implemented to leverage the hardware capabilities of our products. It will also point out the advantages of using the AUTOSAR Switch and Transceiver drivers, from integration with NXP or 3rd party microcontrollers to application use-case diversity and leveraging the software ecosystem and quality requirements set by the automotive industry standards.
In this presentation, we are going to highlight the use of Model-Based Design processes for Vehicle Dynamics and Body Controller that involves electric drives which are typically used by OEM and Tiers 1 for product development. The primary benefit of Model-Based Design is the ability to cover traceability between design artifacts produced as a part of the design process. A traceability path from requirement management tool to software model, code, and finally tests in the hardware-in-the-loop environment is demonstrated. A typical PMSM Field Oriented Control application will be used to demonstrate all the steps shown above using NXP S32K Motor Kit.
This session will provide an update on the path the AUTOSAR standard is progressing and will discuss the various NXP software products that are readily integrable into the AUTOSAR framework. We will go in-depth into what the MCAL is and what extensions are available in the NXP AUTOSAR MCAL product.
This session with demo presents how to build and integrate adaptive AUTOSAR applications on NXP BlueBox: Vision SDK application as an adaptive AUTOSAR service running on S32V234, Network2Cloud adaptive AUTOSAR application running on LS1043, service oriented communication over PCIe. The demonstrator is built around NXP Linux BSP (S32V234/LS1043), AUTOSAR adaptive platform demonstrator and vision SDK.