MathWorks is a proud global sponsor of The NXP Cup If you are a member of a NXP Cup team, you have access to a complimentary Software License for MATLAB / Simulink. Visit the NXP Cup - MathWorks Deutschland website to learn more about the Software offering. Examples for using Simulink in the NXP Cup are packaged with the Simulink Coder Support Package for FRDM-KL25Z available from the Hardware Support Page. Additional examples for reading and analyzing live data from the Line Scan Camera are available in the NXP Cup Companion App available on the MATLAB File Exchange. Additionally, there is an example which uses the Simulink Coder product from MathWorks to target the FRDM-KL25Z. Feel free to use the forum on MATLAB Answers or here below to ask your questions about MATLAB use with The NXP Cup. You can also email email@example.com with any questions.
All, The date is getting closer: 28-30 August in Seoul, South Korea. Here is the official agenda (subject to last minute modifications) and more information: Location: Olympic Gymnasium at Hanyang University in Seoul Dates: 28-30 August 2014 Hotel location: Hotel Prima http://www.prima.co.kr / Address • 536, Dosan-daero , Gangnam-gu Seoul, Seoul, Korea / Phone + 82-2-6006-9201 Agenda Date Time Event Location 28-Aug-2014 Arrival at airport Transfer to Hotel and free time Hotel Prima 29-Aug-2014 7:30 - 8:30 Breakfast Hotel Prima " 8:30 Meet in the lobby for departure Hotel Prima " 9:00 - 12:00 City Tour " 12:00 - 13:00 Lunch " 13:00 - 13:30 Transfer to Hanyang University " 13:30 - 17:00 Practice on Practice tracks Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 17:00 - 17:10 Presentation: History of the Intelligent Car Competition Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 17:10 - 17:30 Teams' Introduction Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 17:30 - 17:40 Rules and Information Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 17:40 - 18:00 Q&A Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 18:00 - 18:30 Transfer to dinner " 18:30 - 20:30 Dinner " 20:30 - 21:00 Transfer to Hotel Prima Hotel " 21:00 Free Time 30-Aug-2014 7:30 - 8:30 Breakfast Prima Hotel " 8:30 Meet in the lobby for departure Prima Hotel " 8:30 - 9:00 Transfer to Hanyang University Prima Hotel " 9:00 - 9:30 Registration and technical inspection Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 9:30 - 12:00 Practice on Practice tracks Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 12:00 - 13:00 Working Lunch (lunch boxes) Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 13:00 - 13:15 Keynote by VIP Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 13:15 - 13:30 Introduction of The Worldwide Freescale Cup Championship Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 13:30 - 15:00 Finals Race Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 15:00 - 15:30 Awards Ceremony Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 15:30 - 15:40 Introduction of The Worldwide Freescale Cup 2015 in Germany Hanyang University - Olympic Gymnasium " 15:40 - 16:30 Transfer to Tour and Dinner " 16:30 - 20:00 City Tour and Dinner " 20:00 - 20:30 Transfer to Hotel Prima Hotel " 20:30 Free Time 31-Aug-2014 Check out and Transfer to Airport
Hello Freescale Cup Teams, MathWorks is pleased to support the 2015 Freescale Cup EMEA Competition! Take advantage of our: Complimentary Access to MATLAB & Simulink Your team is eligible for an offer of Complimentary Software Licenses. Your team leader or faculty advisor should review and complete the Student Competition Software Request Form http://www.mathworks.com/academia/student-competitions/software/Freescale_Cup_Offer%20of%20Complimentary%20Software%20License(s).pdf to take advantage of our software offer. Deploy your Simulink models directly to the Freedom board and shield MathWorks is offering hardware support for the Freescale Cup hardware (FRDM-KL25Z, FRDM-MC-SHLD). Find all relevant information on http://www.mathworks.com/hardware-support/frdm-kl25z.html and install your the package without additional fees. For more information visit the hardware support page http://www.mathworks.de/hardware-support/ and the MakerZone http://makerzone.mathworks.com/ . Interactive tutorials There are a total of five tutorials , narrated by specialists from MathWorks that include interactive exercises to reinforce learning on our dedicated webpage: http://www.mathworks.de/academia/student-competitions/freescale-cup/ . Technical support Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org . We are looking forward to working with you and wish you all the best. Best regards, The MathWorks Student Competition Program
As a maker and a professional engineer I always try to keep up with new tools to tinker with. Being a Freescaler I get especially jazzed about ones using our chips. But, with so many fish in the sea it's hard to get the word out about all the options out there. So for your viewing pleasure below is a list of up and coming "development boards" for both Makers and Professionals. All of these boards use Freescale silicon, but the actual board/product is not made by Freescale. Add comments below with anything I should be made aware of and any reviews or comments of the ones I mentioned. In the microcontrollers corner... Teensy 3.1 -Weighing in at 2.95 grams, don't be fooled by this one's size; it really packs a punch. But the board is just the beginning, you can program the board using Arduino Sketch, and Paul has cooked up some cool new audio and video libraries that take advantage of the extra horsepower in the Kinetis K20 chip. WunderBar -This one wins the award for creative naming and packaging. Basically, you have a main board and several sensor boards. You snap off the sensor boards (like breaking off a piece of chocolate) and attach them to your desired application. Out of the box, basic board level stuff is taken care of so you can spend more time working on your tablet/smartphone application. Enter the hybrid cross-overs These two boards have both MCU and MPU's onboard for the best of both worlds. Generally speaking the MPU handles more multimedia rich tasks, while the MCU handles real-time operations such as controlling motors, monitoring sensors and other various functions. UDOO - After coming off a very successful Kickstarter campaign the UDOO board is gaining some serious traction. You can pick from a dual or quad core Freescale i.MX6 processor with the Atmel SAM32 (aka the Arduino chip) and let the fun begin. UDoo has a thriving community and really caters well to the "Maker" community. Freedog - Combines a Atheros AR9331 and Kinetis KL25Z The Atheros processor supports Linino, a Linux distribution based on OpenWRT. The board has built-in Ethernet and WiFi support, which is a huge plus! The future of personal computing Things are really heating up in the microprocessor corner with lots of new i.MX enabled development boards. These boards may not go toe-to-toe with your laptop or desktop PC, but the size to performance ratio is just incredible. For grins I have listed the boards below from largest to smallest. Riot Board- Another SBC (Single Board Computer) solution featuring a single core i.MX 6 application processor. This board is capable of many things but the focus is for Android development. I had Netflix and Pandora running on my home TV in less than 30 minutes. Cool if used for nothing more than a media center! Wand Board - You can pick between single, dual and quad core flavors. Under the hood this platform is a SOM (System On Module) allowing you to pop this super small plug into your creation and accessorize! The dual and quad core flavor comes with built in WiFi and Bluetooth provides a lot of connectivity options. [NEW: Added 7/2/2014] Hummingboard - Several people contributed this in the comments section and I was notified this is now available for purchase. On paper it looks pretty sweet, same price as the Rasberry Pi but with a much more powerful from a processor performance and peripheral perspective. I am going to try to get my hands on one and will update you! CuBox - I would put this in more of the finished products camp and not really a development tool, but it is still VERY cool. A 2 inch cube mini-computer. Nicely polished packaging and Android O/S, it makes my desktop PC look like a relic. Warp Board - Aimed squarely at wearables, this thing is so small and oh by the way it runs Android and is cranking away at 1 GHz. It's slated for a end of summer release, but you can start getting updates now from their website!
Join the fun and watch the who will be crowned Freescale Cup Champion, LIVE from the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits. Check the event info at https://www.facebook.com/events/1425416907713292/ LIVECAST http://p.livecoder.com/Freescale_IIS
25 student teams from 21 universities coming from 11 countries will meet on 29-30 April for the Freescale Cup EMEA Challenge. Check out the event information at https://www.facebook.com/events/1425416907713292/
Summary This page contains the technical information for the FRDM-OLED shield. This includes the schematics, bill of materials (BOM), gerber files and raw design files. Main features: Newhaven NHD-2.7-12864UCY3 128x64 pixel graphic OLED Display Electret microphone interface with gain control RS-485 Interface for doing cool things like driving a DMX lighting system. General purpose I/O (I/O is shared with A/D pins so you could make your own scope!) Example software, video tutorials tutorials, cool demos, etc are location on the page for MonkeyListen project page located here. Notes: You can order PCBs through OSHPark or your favorite board house. There is a special .zip file with files ready to go for OSHPark (using their preferred naming convention). There is a complete design package which has the raw design files (Altium Designer Format) as well as gerbers, a bill of materials, assembly plots etc. Look in the "BUILD_PACKAGE" folder for the stuff needed to make the board. A PDF Schematic is also provided for easy reference. If you are interested in a low cost pre-fabbed board or a fully assembled version, please leave a comment. A kickstarter project may follow to get a bunch built!
Summary: This page contains the technical information for the FRDM-JAM shield. This includes the Schematics, Bill of Materials (BOM), Gerber Files and raw design files. See the attachments section. There are 2 versions long this page. Rev Gamma and Rev Delta. Rev Gamma: This was the version for designed around the K20D50 FRDM board. At the time of the design, the FRDM-K64F did not exsist Rev Delta This version added IO connections to be able to use the FRDM-K64F. The FRDM-K64F uses a different I2S pinout so a jumper had to be added as well as the QSPI RAM devices in Gamma had to be remove Other Special Notes about Rev Delta Rev Delta was design such that a FRDM-K64 could be used. There is not yet firmware available but the hardware now allows connection to the K64F I2S interface. Rev Delta requires that J16 must be cut on the FRDM-K20D50 PCB. There is a trace connecting the pads of J16 on the bottom side of the FRDM-K20D50. This cut allows the audio transmit frame sync to work properly. The signal INT2_ACCEL on the FRDM-K20D50 was interfering with the signal on the FRDM-JAM Rev Delta Introduced an I/O mapping bug. IO Epsilon connects to PTC9 of the K20D50. This also maps to the I2S RXD if using with the K64F and is also routed to PTC5 of the K20D50. Do not use IO epsilon in your code unless you make the proper PCB modifications. Example software, video tutorials tutorials, cool demos, etc are location on the page for MonkeyJam project located here. MBED Support coming *very soon* Notes: You can order PCBs through OSHPark or your favorite board house. There is a special .zip file with files ready to go for OSHPark (using their preferred naming convention). There is a complete design package which has the raw design files (Altium Designer Format) as well as gerbers, a Bill of materials, assembly plots etc. Look in the "BUILD_PACKAGE" folder for the stuff needed to make the board. A PDF Schematic is also provided for easy reference. If you are interested in a low cost pre-fabbed board or a fully assembled version, please leave a comment. A kickstarter project may follow to get a bunch built!
The Freescale Cup has been around the world for the last 9 years. Over 23,000 students work each year on intelligent cars to make then run around the track at fast speed. Find more information on the community. Select the region you are part on and engage in the next season of the challenge.