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!
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.
Customers are demanding more support from tools to develop their applications. This lecture provides an overview of the extensive capabilities of the S32DS IDEs for Arm and Power (e200). Some highlights: GNU toolchain with GCC Compiler; Integrated NXP tools: FreeMASTER, Math and motor control libraries and Processor Expert; Integrated NXP Software SDKs.
Overview of the S32x next-generation safety architecture spanning ASIL B to ASIL D. What’s new and how we better enable the customer with a full set of safety collateral including MCU HW, SW and SBC HW.
Safety by Software (SBSW) is a new way of achieving ASIL-D with high-level measures, supported by NXP S32X hardware. The SBSW hardware module together with SBSW firmware enables to check the user application flow, compare results of main and redundant algorithms and detect faulty behavior with high degree of independence. This session makes you familiar with SBSW usage, configuration, tools, etc.
AMP has been developing new market leading MCU solutions for the safety, electrification and powertrain markets. This presentation will go into the detail of the products and demonstrate their value in the target applications.
Along with industry leading performance and integration, the i.MX RT crossover processor family integrates strong security protections. With the latest NXP software and tools, every design can integrate boot authentication and encrypted execution. Join this session to use the MCUXpresso Tools to protect your design. Learn about the threats and attacks that can be mitigated for every embedded design.
Learn about the key technical features of our general purpose microcontroller family integrating Arm® Cortex®-M4F or M0+ cores. This session will provide a general overview around scalability, low-power, security, safety, software and solution buildup to help accelerate our customer’s time to market on automotive and ultra-reliable applications.
This presentation provides an overview of the new toolchain to support the S32 platform of MCUs and application processors, this includes an IDE with new project generation, extensive collateral for ease of use and getting started as well as the next-generation Debugger tools, a new Flash tool specifically design for the S32 platform, the S32 configuration tool plus numerous software products integarted into the toolchain for ease of customer use.
This session will provide a deep-dive technical session on how to develop, simulate and test machine vision algorithms with MATLAB toolsets like Computer Vision System and Image Processing on NXP S32V microprocessors. The MATLAB automatic generated code will be executed on the S32V234 SBC boards on Arm and APEX cores simultaneous to squeeze the best performance. The session will concentrate on feature detection for driver monitoring and will showcase various concepts like object detection using Viola-Jones, tracking a ROI using Kalman filters and various feature detection using Haar cascades classifiers. At the end of the session the participants will be able to develop from scratch complex algorithms for detecting various feature like: pedestrians, traffic signs, lane departure, etc. and do all these from a simple and user friendly environment like MATLAB.
Learn about capabilities, contents of the kit and how to engage with third party supply kit, AutonomouStuff. Understand the target applications and the value proposition. Target Audience: Customers who are looking for rapid prototyping environment with a path to embedded automotive silicon for Level 2/3 autonomous driving systems.
This session provides an introduction to the market and technology trends behind Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomous Driving and introduces some of the solutions that NXP provides to enable the car of tomorrow to sense, think and act.