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02 a 06/05/2016 – Embedded System Design Techniques™: Rapid Prototyping Embedded Systems using Micro Python
Embedded system developers are facing challenges that often require a look outside of the box for tools and methodologies that can help quickly prove an idea or concept very rapidly. One of the tools that developers often overlook is the Python programming language. This course, taught by Jacob Beningo, will examine how Python can be used for rapid prototyping of an embedded system by developing real-time applications using the MicroPython programming language with the PyBoard (based on an STM32 ARM Cortex-M MCU) and Python test scripts. The course will cover what MicroPython is, how to develop real-time applications and control peripheral interfaces of a 32-bit ARM microcontroller.
- May 2 – Day 1: Introduction to Micro Python
Understanding when and where it makes sense to use Python in the embedded system development cycle is a first step for any developer interested in using Python. This session will examine the Python programming language and introduce MicroPython along with its development platform PyBoard. Attendees will walk away with an understanding of what MicroPython is and how to setup a basic script that can control microcontroller hardware.
- May 3 – Day 2: Libraries and Peripheral Control
The PyBoard is based on an ARM Cortex-M4 processor which has a large number of internal peripherals and capabilities. In this session, we’ll examine what libraries are available through MicroPython to control these peripherals and features. Attendees will walk away with an understanding of the libraries to control GPIO, timers SPI and UART peripherals.
- May 4 – Day 3: Rapid Prototyping
In this session attendees will be walked through the process of connecting to and communicating with external devices and boards. Attendees will examine how to write data to an external EEPROM and Bluetooth device to transmit sensor debug data. Concepts can be applied to generic external modules but detailed specific examples will be provided.
- May 5 – Day 4: Building and Customizing Micro Python
Running MicroPython on the Pyboard is one thing but what if a developer wants port or customize MicroPython to work on a different platform? In this session, we will explore how to customize and build MicroPython to run on off the shelf development kits. Attendees will walk away with an understanding of what it takes to get MicroPython up and running.
- May 6 – Day 5: Python Scripting for Testing and Debug
Python can be used in embedded systems for much more than microcontrollers. In this session, we will examine how Python can be used control development tools. Attendees will walk away with an appreciation for how to write Python scripts that are reusable and can be used to test an embedded system.
03 a 05/05/2016 -The Basics of Analog/Power Design – Get the most juice from your battery pack – Digital Power really works, if you use it properly
- 03/05/2016 – The Basics of Analog/Power Design
Regulators, converters, boosters, mixed-signal, logic, drivers, and so on. The list seems to go on endlessly. Are you afraid to admit that you need a 101 course for analog/power? We can help. Day 1 of the three-day class, Embedded University: Analog/Power, will give you what you need to start your design, put you on the right track, and arm you with the tools necessary to design the analog and/or power subsystem within your design.
- 04/05/2016 – Get the most juice from your battery pack
The functionality required by systems continues to increase and the digital semiconductor vendors are doing a pretty good job keeping the power requirements stable. In some cases, they’re even dropping the voltage levels to what considered at one time to be noise. From a power-management perspective, how do system designers deal with this need to squeeze every watt from the shrinking battery cells? That’s what will be covered on Day 2 in the three-part series of Embedded University: Analog/Power.
- 05/05/2016 – Digital Power really works, if you use it properly
Digital power was just a buzzword not too long ago, but today it’s a viable technology. Do you understand the gains that can be had by implementing this technology, or the losses that can be suffered by not implementing it correctly? Attend Day 3 of the three-part series Embedded University: Analog/Power and you’ll find out.
- Achieving higher efficiency at a competitive price for applications below 30 kHz
- DisplayPort 1.3 over Type-C: Taming the Gotchas!
- Identifying the Root Cause of EMC Compliance Problems at a PCB level
- Getting into SystemVerilog from VHDL: Guidance from a VHDL Guru
- Industrial IoT Security – Strategies for Enabling Security for IIoT Endpoints
- Space Rovers and Surgical Robots: System Architecture Lessons from Mars
- Cost Effective Magnetic Sensors and CAN with Flexible Data Rate
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