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Presented by IAR Presented at DwF Kinetis MCUs Based on ARM® Technology - Guangzhou - June 10, 2015
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Automotive and Connected Car Cost Efficient Solutions with Freescale Microcontollers for Automotive Applications Design, Software and Services Device Tree Made Easy Smart Home and Buildings Wireless and Connected Home of the Future Smart Industry Freescale's View of the Internet of Tomorrow Smart Networks Speed Your Time to Market by Leveraging Freescale’s Software, Tools and Professional Services for QorIQ Development Layerscape Use Cases Freescale Recommendations for Avionic and Defense Applications
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Internet of Things nodes are using a wide plethora of heterogeneous wireless connectivity protocols such as: IEEE® 802.15.4, Thread, ZigBee®, 6LoWPAN/IPv6, and BLE. By attending this session you will learn which wireless communication protocol is the right solution for their application requirements, while comparing various communication protocols for 2.4 GHz and sub-1 GHz technologies. This session will provide an overview on commonly used wireless technologies and standards for smart homes and which Freescale microcontroller families are best suited for connected appliance, sensor device or hub product idea. Presented by Antonio Concio Presented at DwF Istanbul/Ankara - May 12/14, 2015 Session ID: EUF-IND-T1462
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Join this hands-on workshop to learn about the newest Kinetis software development tools (e.g., Kinetis Design Studio IDE, Processor Expert, SDK) and work with a Freedom platform to kick-start your next application development based on Kinetis MCUs. During this class we will walk through hands-on labs showing you how to create and debug a project for the Freedom development platform for Kinetis MCUs. It will dive into the internals of the Kinetis SDK libraries exploring board configurations, clock management, the hardware abstraction layer, peripheral driver usage, the USB stack, RTOS integration and more. Presented by Antonio Concio & Lorenzo Daniele Presented at DwF Istanbul - May 12, 2015 Session ID: EUF-IND-T1475
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Are you ready for kernel 3.10.53? Learn how to boot with the device tree, understand bindings and syntax today. Presented by Massimo Bonazzi Presented at DwF Istanbul and Ankara - May 12 and 14, 2015 Session ID: EUF-DES-T1465
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Systems are complex, and increasing complexity does not translate to product differentiation. Extracting the maximum networking performance or battery life requires knowledge of the underlying silicon and software. Developer resources are tight, and shifting the focus to product development above platform development maximizes return on investment. Freescale has deep enablement technology, comprehensive support and a vibrant ecosystem available to assist getting your product to market quickly--sometimes you need more. In this session  we will focus on the software, tools and  professional services offering, including CodeWarrior Integrated Development Tool (IDE), QorIQ Configuration Suite (QCS), QorIQ Optimization Suite (QOS), VortiQa Application software for SDN and Wireless Layer 1 and Professional Software services. Presented by Gino Gatto Presented at DwF Istanbul and Ankara - May 12 and 14, 2015 Session ID: EUF-SNT-T1467
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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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This technical session will show how we can use the Real-Time Operating System MQX and their communication stacks in your microcontroller to achieve the connectivity requirements in an faster and easier way, and how we can integrate it into the middleware software package and hardware abstraction Kinetis Software Development Kit (SDK). Presented by Denis Shimizu Presented at DwF IoT Multicore Technologies and Enablement Software Solutions - Porto Alegre - 19 March 2015 Session ID: LAT-DES-T1020
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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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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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Presented by Jerry Zeng Presented at DwF Kinetis MCUs Based on ARM® Technology Nanjing - 12 March 2015
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This session will be discuss Layerscape devices, their differentials, software and tools available and examples of applications Presentation by Bruno Castelucci Presented at DwF IoT Multicore Technologies and Enablement Software Solutions - Porto Alegre - 19 March 2015 Session ID: LAT-IND-T1017
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Yocto Project will be presented, discussing its characteristics, differential and its basic architecture. At the end there will be a demonstration with a QorIQ LS1 board running an image generated by the Yocto Project platform. Read more: www.yoctoproject.org, freescale.github.io Presentation by O.S. Systems Partner Presented at DwF IoT Multicore Technologies and Enablement Software Solutions - Porto Alegre - 19 March 2015 Session ID: LAT-IND-T1017
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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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