Visit us at the ARM Techcon in USA or at the Conference for ARM-Systems in Germany to learn about the new innovations for Cortex-M microcontrollers and the related CMSIS software standard.
Santa Clara, USA, October 1 - 3, 2014
The ARM TechCon 2014 in Santa Clara is a great event to get the latest information about the Cortex-M processors and the numerous microcontroller families that are based on that processor technology.
Visit the ARM booth for an in-dept demonstration of the Keil MDK Microcontroller Development Kit Version 5 that incorporates the Run-Time Environment (RTE). With RTE you compose sophisticated software frameworks for your embedded application from pre-built CMSIS and middleware software components.
Don't miss on October 2, the session Create an USB Application Using CMSIS-Drivers. In this TechCon conference session you will learn the benefits of CMSIS-Driver for creating microcontroller applications. During a 50 minute training session, Bob Boys and Reinhard Keil explain the concept of the CMSIS-Drivers. An example USB application shows how CMSIS-Drivers help to create embedded applications for supported Cortex-M microcontrollers faster by using the industry standard CMSIS software framework. The first 30 attendees registered to that TechCon workshop will get a complementary evaluation board and a full 60-day license for MDK-Professional which allows you to replicate the projects.
Munich, Germany, October 8 - 9, 2014
The Konferenz für ARM-Systementwicklung" in Munich is just one week after the ARM TechCon. This event is a great opportunity to get the latest update from ARM specialists and other ARM partners. Dr. Krisztian Flautner, Vice President Research & Development ARM, presents on 9. October 2014 his keynote on the topic Internet of Things and explains how this applies to industrial and automotive applications.
Other ARM speakers at this event cover the following topics:
- Cortex-M – The best fitting architecture for my application: Dr. Ian Johnson
- CMSIS – faster Software Development using software components such as DSP Library: Christopher Seidl
- Benchmarking of Microcontrollers: Joseph Yiu
- ARM big.LITTLE Technology: Why? What? How?: Kinjal Dave
- Real-time hypervisors for safer control systems: Chris Turner
- Building High End, Low Power Wearable SoCs using Application Processors: Kinjal Dave