Treinamentos para a próxima semana

Caro(a) Colega,

semana que vem vem mais recheada de cursos e treinamentos do que peru de Natal vem recheado de farofa. Tem que aproveitar, que tem muito material de primeiríssima qualidade.

Abraço,

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Henrique

consulte sempre um engenheiro eletrônico

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30/11 a 04/12/2015 – Mini curso: Hands-On Develop an RTOS Application Using Freescale MQX

Creating your first application using an RTOS can be daunting. This course, taught by Charles Lord, will look at RTOS basics and work through an example, step-by step, of how to create an RTOS application from scratch. We will use a popular ARM chip, the Freescale K64, on the inexpensive FRDM-K64 board. We will also look at writing our own board support package (BSP), a critical element of bringing up an RTOS on your own hardware. The classes will make use of an inexpensive Arduino shield (interface board), the free KDS integrated development environment, and MQX RTOS from Freescale. Code will be provided so that attendees can follow along.

  • November 30 – Day 1: Introduction to MQX and RTOS Refresher
    In this leadoff class, we will review the basics of how a task-switching RTOS operates and the design criteria we need to begin our project. We will look at the Freescale MQX real-time operating system and the elements that we will be using in our project.
  • December 1 – Day 2: RTOS System Development Setup
    Our toolset will be an important part of making our project successful. We will investigate the tools that we will be using and how to install and set them up. Our toolkit will consist of the Kinetis Development System, Kinetis SDK (software development kit), and, of course, the MQX RTOS. All three are large, but free downloads are available from Freescale.
  • December 2 – Day 3: Writing Our Board Support Package
    One of the biggest drawbacks to “free” software is the lack of hands-on support for customization. Although you can buy support to assist in the creation of your board definitions (I/O, clocking, etc), there is good documentation to help us in this task. In this class, we will first define our project board and then write our own board support package (BSP) for our RTOS implementation.
  • December 3 – Day 4: Reviewing and Writing Our Tasks
    In this penultimate class, we will take what we learned so far and define the tasks of our simple project. We will look at some simple “lightweight” elements that we may choose for our project, such as messaging, events, semaphores, and mutexes.
  • December 4 – Day 5: Running and Troubleshooting Our RTOS Design
    Now that our code is written, we will need to test and debug it. In this final class, we will see how the debugger works with the RTOS to provide task-level debugging to help us debug and make the application work. The finished code will be available to help course students follow along and compare with their own code.

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01/12/2015

  • Building Industrial IoT with WISE-PaaS and Open-Gateway
  • Seminários gratuitos da NI
  • Beyond 2G – Migrating a Path to LTE for M2M and IoT Devices

02/12/2015

  • Seminários gratuitos da NI
  • Building Elegant Human Machine Interfaces with MSP MCUs with CapTIvate™ Capacitive Touch Technology
  • Impact of IP Reliability, Functional Safety & Quality in Automotive ADAS SoCs
  • Take the Guesswork Out of Internet of Things (IoT) Support with Predictive Maintenance
  • How to avoi PCB Re-spins when IC’s change or are obsolete
  • ITS Applications for Bicycles and Pedestrians

03/12/2015

  • Seminários gratuitos da NI
  • Designing X-band PAs Using SMT Plastic Packaged GaN
  • Securing Your IoT Processor Based System
  • Testing USB 3.1 Type-C and Understanding the Type-C Test Environment
  • Design and Implementation Methodologies for Security and Compliance in IoT Environments
  • Control Engineering Information Integration and IIoT Webcast

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“Clicke” na figura abaixo, para ver a agenda completa com os links para as inscrições.

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Calendario Setembro 2015

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