Please join us at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany March 14-16, 2017. Micrium will be exhibiting in Hall 4, Booth 4-350, where we will showcase our RTOS kernel and components along with demos of our products for safety-critical, IoT, industrial and other applications.
New! Micrium OS and Platform Builder
Micrium's latest solution for the embedded market is a game changer for embedded software development. Stop by to see a demo of Micrium OS, an enhanced version of our real-time operating system kernel and related embedded components, which has been optimized to simplify development with intuitive interfaces and improved debugging and advanced error handling to pinpoint bugs more rapidly. Micrium OS is delivered via our new tool, Platform Builder, which automates the build project to greatly simplify project configuration. A user simply selects the necessary components and lets the tool do the rest! The demo runs on the STM32F7 Discovery.
K70 Smart Home
Micrium's uC/TCP-IP lies at the foundation of this demo in which application code running on an NXP K70 Tower board implements a gateway connected to a number of simulated household appliances. The gateway relies on uC/TCP-IP to transmit the status of the connected appliances to a server hosted by Amazon Web Services (AWS*). The status information can then be monitored from any location around the world with a smart phone or other connected device.
Top 5 Key Considerations for your RTOS-based Design — Jean Labrosse
This class will expose five of the top issues that Embedded Engineers often have to deal with when designing a system using a real-time operating system kernel (also known as an RTOS kernel).
Each of these design issues will be demonstrated using a popular RTOS kernel running on a Cortex-M4-based target. Readily available tools will be used and will allow you to visualize these issues and easily come up with a remedy.
A must-attend class for embedded developers using or planning on using an RTOS kernel in their current or upcoming design.
Thur. March 16, 2017, 2:30-3pm
Which IoT Protocol Should I Use for My System? — Christian Légaré
This session covers a number of topics relevant to all IoT systems and presented because of the instructor's involvement with the IPSO Alliance and his understanding of the challenges in developing a system with IoT connectivity. The overriding goal of this session is to help prepare you to design your IoT system starting with the device, up to the Cloud and all the other components between them.
Embedded systems using sensors and connectivity are not new to embedded developers. Using these elements with multiple additional Internet technologies is.
This session describes the IP protocols dedicated to IoT because it helps shape the system capabilities. There are multiple IP Application Layer protocols, the ones above the TCP/IP sockets. Each one has its advantages and constraints. Knowing them helps make the best design choices for your product.
Wed. March 15, 2017, 11:00-11:30am