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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.
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The System Controller Firmware is an essential part of the i.MX 8 architecture. In this session you will learn what the System Controller Firmware is and how to use its API on your application.
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Explore how to build secure CAN connections by using data encryption or CMAC, while taking the best performance on S32K144.
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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.
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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.
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The self driving car has a major impact on ECUs power and complexity and the network architecture connecting them together. The sheer fact that the driver is now a mere passenger with potentially limited options of taking back control raises significant functional safety questions that cannot be addressed with conventional approaches. In this presentation, we discuss how autonomous driving is impacting the functional safety requirements for automotive Ethernet switches and PHYs. We will review what functional safety for a component really means, going beyond marketing figures and ticking off feature lists. Finally, we will discuss how NXP is attacking this challenge in our current portfolio with a hint to the products to come.
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In electronic systems, it is typical to have a central processing unit that interfaces with other peripheral devices, other sub-systems or the user. Often, the signals from these interconnects may be incompatible on both ends. Therefore, various semiconductor devices such as analog switches, voltage level translators and GPIO expanders are often used to bridge between the interconnects on the board. In this session, we will explore the application of these interface devices from NXP and discuss their applications in various customer systems.
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Hands-on workshop using the low cost KIT-HGDRONEK66 HoverGames drone reference platform for small autonomous vehicles. Learn about the open source PX4 flight stack vehicle manangement unit, NuttX RTOS, Mavlink, DDS RTPS services, associated Linux companion computer and Qgroundcontrol groundstation for vehicle configuration and flight logging and planning. Learn by example compiling the code and adding new functions within the PX4 modular software framework. Discover interfacing to Rapid-IOT via MAVLINK.
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Join this session to understand the breakthrough security features integrated in the recently launched LPC5500 MCU Family. Along with Arm® TrustZone technology the LPC5500 SRAM PUF based key management makes security easy to use and easy to deploy. This session will start off by introducing the scope of securing a smart connected device. It will explain the need for addressing device life cycle in a scalable way that is easy to use and easy to deploy. Then it will detail the protected key management achievable when using LPC5500 with MCUXpresso Software & Tools.
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Join this session to learn how NXP security technology should be leveraged to secure the onboarding credentials using the LPC54S0xx MCU with state of the art security technology.
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Bluetooth speakers and headsets, printers, cameras, projectors, set-top-boxes, TVs, Wi-Fi routers and a variety of home appliances like fridges, washing machines, air purifiers, coffee machines, blenders all have one thing in common: Near Field Communication (NFC) allows new features and easier handling. Just bringing two NFC-enabled devices close together is all it takes to create a connection. Accessories and consumables can be authenticated and configured without any user interaction, and without power supply. And commissioning an IOT node into a wireless network has never been as easy as it is now with NFC. We will share the latest status of NFC support in iOS and present the brand new NFC Tandem module.
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No other company has the breadth and diversity of embedded solutions for addressing the challenge of IoT Security. From secure element ICs to advanced multimedia and networking processors, NXP delivers the technology needed for securing the entire Lifecycle of the end or edge node. In addition, with Edgescale Cloud services software, devices can be maintained from deployment until decomissioning. Join this class for an overview of NXP's security solution.
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Wi-Fi 6 is the latest standard in WLAN technology also known as 802.11ax. This enables almost four times faster speed over the previous technology 802.11ac. NXP has been developing front end IC to support this upcoming technology and have won the reference design with a leading SoC vendor. In this course, participants will learn the key features of Wi-Fi 6 and how NXP FEIC will solve those challenges to deliver a cutting edge solution.
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See how to use the Trust Architecture Features of the LS1012A to securely connect to a cloud service.
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This session will introduce you to a new type of vehicle gateway called a Service-oriented Gateway that can support broad deployment of services to transform the automotive industry with new opportunities, and provide insights on how NXP can help you develop one.
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This session explores the fast-growing vehicle gateway market and new applications for vehicle network processing. It will identify key use cases and requirements, and provide insights into how gateways will evolve over the next decade.
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The self driving car has a major impact on ECUs power and complexity and the network architecture connecting them together. The sheer fact that the driver is now a mere passenger with potentially limited options of taking back control raises significant functional safety questions that cannot be addressed with conventional approaches. In this presentation, we discuss how autonomous driving is impacting the functional safety requirements for automotive Ethernet switches and PHYs. We will review what functional safety for a component really means, going beyond marketing figures and ticking off feature lists. Finally, we will discuss how NXP is attacking this challenge in our current portfolio with a hint to the products to come.
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Technical presentation about hardware based secure CAN communication and the benefits for the ECU design, the system approach as well the support for IDPS.
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Review of NXP’s current CAN portfolio and CAN functions, our support for CAN FD and an overview of the breakthrough products keeping CAN highly relevant for the new generation of vehicles.
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