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This is a 1-day Hands-On training for Kinetis Software Development Kit (KSDK) and MQX Real-Time Operating System. The file includes the training presentation, lab software and lab guides. The training agenda is: • Kinetis Overview − K24/K64 Details − Kinetis Hardware and Software Enablement • MQX Overview • Kinetis Software Development Kit (KSDK) Overview − HAL, Drivers, OSA Overview • MQX Comparison • MQX Startup and Initialization • KSDK Clock Manager • KSDK Power Manager • Porting KSDK to custom hardware • Interrupts in MQX for KSDK • MQX Support • Processor Expert with MQX/KSDK • Additional References The training focuses on KSDK v1.2.0, and the labs use the Keil MDK-ARM toolchain with the TWR-K64F120M development board.
Advanced driver assist systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving (AD) require a combination of high-performance processing and functional safety. There is currently no single SoC capable of meeting AD performance requirements with the intrinsic safety capabilities required for expected regulatory requirements. To facilitate development and testing of AD sensor inputs, vehicle control algorithms, and functional safety fault detection and response mechanisms, Freescale has developed prototype ECU hardware based on a high-performance ‘Number Cruncher’ and an ISO 26262 ‘Safety Controller’, which we call the Blue Box. This session covers the Blue Box hardware and software features, and intended usage.