In this session, we will first depict the revolutionary 2X faster go-to-market path to launch a device, then illustrate why MicroEJ for Kinetis helps to reduce the B.O.M cost of our customers. MicroEJ enables IoT innovation, reduces time to prototype and product, and also supports a dynamic Apps go-to-market strategy, by leveraging new capabilities such as ultra-fast simulation, prototyping, as well as product customization after deployment in the field driving larger market share for IoT OEMs. This session includes a large and comprehensive technical summary of MicroEJ for Kinetis components. The solution Kinetis+MicroEJ leverages the 10+ million software engineering community providing them a modern smartphone-like software factory for embedded systems to target fast moving markets such as building automation, white goods, healthcare, industrial control, wearables, automotive, consumer, etc.
Accelerometers, Magnetometers, Gyroscopes, Pressure Sensors. Gathering sensor data at 400 samples per second, on 9 axes, results in 700 MB of data per day. This hands-on class will show what information is contained in sensor data and how to reduce the amount of recorded data dramatically without any major loss of targeted information. They will then compare data between dumb and intelligent data loggers, and understand the techniques used to compress the information.
Linux is the state of the art software used to enable Freescale LS102x platforms. Freescale provides a custom SDK and a set of networking software build on top of Linux kernel. In order to improve customer performance, it needs a way to analyze the existing performance of the software and find ways to improve it. CodeWarrior IDE is a development environment targeted to debug and analyze Freescale platforms. Software analysis component from CodeWarrior help Freescale developers to analyze the performance of their code running on Linux on LS102x targets. Using CodeWarrior analysis tools, you are able to trace your system execution at multiple levels: system level, kernel level, and user level. Using CodeWarrior analysis tools, developers are able to easy configure, collect and analyze the trace. Performance profilers are available to show the performance of the analyzed system.
Android provides a powerful operating system and development environment that can be used to develop connected IoT products very quickly. It further allows developers build up feature-rich HMI solutions with multi-display capabilities, for example it allows dual full-HD HDMI operation on the DIGI ConnectCore 6 SOM. There is a risk that resulting embedded products are open to external attack or user modification. This presentation will discuss the key components of the Android operating system and show how to implement network-enabled embedded applications based on SE Android (Security Enhancements for Android), a completely open-source project that provides a sandboxed application runtime environment preventing unauthorized modification of devices and/or execution of potentially malicious code.
Automotive integrated circuits are requiring high temperature and high voltage application environments. High temperature and high voltage impose severe constraints on the design of IC interconnect and the materials used in the assembly and packaging processes. The use of fine gauge copper wire bonding has been growing very rapidly in consumer, portable, and industrial electronics. Freescale has made significant inroads in introducing and accelerating the adoption of fine gauge copper wire in the high reliability automotive space. The molding compounds were studied and reformulated to accommodate high voltage up to 65V. This presentation will discuss key learnings in copper wire bonding process and molding compound formulation development, and present an exciting update on Freescale strategy on gold to copper wire conversion.
This session provides an introduction to the new QorIQ LS1 family, the first family of devices in the QorIQ LS series based on dual ARM® Cortex®-A7 cores. You will receive an overview of the LS1 processors--advantages, differentiators and capabilities for networking and industrial applications. Presented by: You Peng
In this session, we will first depict the revolutionary 2X faster go-to-market path to launch a device, then illustrate why MicroEJ for Kinetis helps to reduce the B.O.M cost of our customers. MicroEJ enables IoT innovation, reduces time to prototype and product, and also supports a dynamic Apps go-to-market strategy, by leveraging new capabilities such as ultra-fast simulation, prototyping, as well as product customization after deployment in the field driving larger market share for IoT OEMs.
Kinetis Driver Libraries are foundations for all higher level software for Kinetis MCUs, making it even easier to develop MCU applications. This lecture and demo session will dive into the internals of the libraries exploring board configurations, clock management, the hardware abstraction layer, peripheral driver usage, the USB stack, RTOS integration and more. Presented by Li Sen and Chen Xinyu Presented at DwF Kinetis MCUs Based on ARM® Technology - Tianjin - 19 March 2015 Session ID: APF-DES-T1016
Ethernet has become one of the most discussed technologies in automotive vehicle communications. This presentation will provide an overview of the standards encompassing Automotive Ethernet. As well as address the challenges in implementing the technology among different applications.
This session will provide an opportunity to view a demo with the QorIQ LS1021A Tower board. We will go over using CodeWarrior for Digital Networking ARM®-based products, learn how to use the Processor Expert for QCS tool to generate RCW, how to load up uboot and RCW to the Tower board, and gain experience with the SDK.
Network functions virtualization is promising to be a disruptive influence in the networking marketplace, leveraging software defined networking capabilities to virtualize network services that are currently carried out by dedicated special-purpose hardware. If successful, NFV will reduce operator dependencies on proprietary hardware and software, providing operators greater control over time-to-market, reduced cost structures and significantly lower operational costs. The market forces behind NFV will be examined and the NFV architecture will be introduced with particular attention paid to mapping of QorIQ LS series technology to anticipated NFV needs for greater levels of acceleration and offloads.
In addition to fail safe system architectures, fault tolerance is gaining more and more importance in the context of highly-automated vehicles. This session addresses the theoretical foundations about fault tolerant system architectures and shows how those can be built with Freescale microcontrollers especially in the area of Advanced Driver Assistant Systems (ADAS). Leveraging key functional safety concepts built into Freescale's Automotive product portfolio enables efficient and scalable solutions spanning the range from fail safe systems to fault tolerant and fail operational architectures.