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Learn about Freescale's latest Kinetis and i.MX devices plus view the roadmap offerings. Presented by James Huang Presented at DwF Kinetis MCUs Based on ARM® Technology - Tianjin - 19 March 2015 Session ID: APF-INS-T1013
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In this hands-on session, the low-power consumption features and advantages of Freescale KL series MCU will be introduced in-depth, and attendees will learn how to configure the MCU to enter low-power mode, and how to implement the low-power ADC function by practicing on the KL26 target board. Attendees will also learn how to use FreeMASTER (a free tool from Freescale) to monitor and display the running program on the MCU. Presented at DwF Kinetis MCUs Based on ARM® Technology - Tianjin - 19 March 2015 Session ID: APF-IND-T1022
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Automotive and Connected Car Automotive MCU Overview Including Kinetis and S12 MagniV Mixed-Signal MCUs Automotive Analog and Sensor Overview Featuring BCC and High Pressure Sensors Insight and Innovation Overview of Kinetis Microcontroller - Kinetis Performance Advantages and Applications Design, Software and Services Freescale MQX™ RTOS Introduction
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The Kinetis Software Development Kit (KSDK) is an extensive set of robust peripheral drivers, communication stacks, middleware and sample applications designed to simplify and accelerate the development in any Kinetis MCU. The addition of Processor Expert technology for software support and board configuration provides ease of use and unmatched flexibility. The Kinetis SDK is free and includes full source code under an open-source permissive license  for all hardware and software abstraction of peripheral drivers. Presented by Denis Shimizu Presented at DwF IoT Multicore Technologies and Enablement Software Solutions - Porto Alegre - 19 March 2015 Session ID: LAT-DES-T1019
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Presented by James Huang Presented at MCU and Automotive Solutions, Tianan - 19 March 2015
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Design, Software and Services Accelerating Firmware Development of Kinetis MCUs by using the New Peripheral Drives, Stacks and Middleware of Kinetis SDK Hands-On Workshop: MQX™ RTOS and Kinetis Software Development Kit (SDK) Integration   Smart Industry Hands-On Workshop: Introduction to the Development of Embedded Systems with Asymmetric Multicore Approach Networking Applications with Yocto Project™ Operation Presenting the New QorIQ LS1 MPUs for IoT, M2M
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ARM Processors i.MX 2014 Archives Kinetis Power Architecture Processors QorIQ Analog and Power Management RF Sensors 2014 Archives Wireless Connectivity 2014 Archives Medical and Healthcare 2014 Archives Additional Courses Material
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This session will help attendees to choose their wireless solution for healthcare by explaining the different options and making recommendations. Special attention will be paid to the Continua Health Alliance for healthcare device interoperability. This hands-on session will allow attendees to implement both an NFC and a BLE solution using the low-cost Freescale Freedom development platform for Kinetis L series MCUs built on the ARM® Cortex®-M0+ processor. Presented by: aleguzman Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-HCR-F0196
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This hands-on session will detail how to build portable and diagnostic devices using the Kinetis ARM® Cortex®-M0 and Cortex-M4 products from Freescale. Special attention will be paid to the integration of sensors and Bluetooth® low energy. Presented by: aleguzman Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-HCR-F0197
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This session will focus on the wearable reference design for healthcare and explain design challenges, architecture and technical system details. Subject matter experts from Freescale and hardware and software partners will be on hand to demonstrate an i.MX- and Kinetis-based design. Presented by: aleguzman Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-HCR-F0083
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As home automation is quickly becoming one of the fastest growing technology markets, interconnected wireless sensors and appliances are an essential building block for creating new and innovative customer experiences. In this session, we will explore just how simple is to add connectivity to home automation applications using Freescale Kinetis wireless MCUs and transceiver solutions, as well as how to benefit from incorporating standard technologies such as ZigBee®, Bluetooth® Smart, or Wi-Fi® into products. We will also discuss system and wireless network architecture best practices and how to overcome major design challenges such as low-power constraints, security concerns and dealing with RF interference. Presented by: Alin Lazar Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-CON-F0410
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Learn about the wide range of Freescale Made For iPod (MFi) solutions for audio and non-audio accessories and app-based accessories. The solutions are based on Freescale MCUs, MPUs, sensors and analog products, and include software and rapid prototyping hardware systems. This session also includes a range of live audio and non-audio accessory demonstrations. Presented by: Rudan Bettelheim Presented at: FTF 2014 Session ID: FTF-CON-F0019
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