Simplifying Motion MEMS and Environmental Sensors Design - A Hands-On Workshop
Wednesday, June 26 | 10:00am - 1:00pm
Looking to add motion and environmental sensors to your next product? This workshop will show you how to use an X-Nucleo IKS01A3 Sensor Board with an STM32L4 Nucleo Board and the X-CUBE-MEMS1 software pack for STM32CubeMX to get started on a new sensor project. The X-Nucleo IKS01A3 Sensor Board features ST newest sensors including LSM6DSO - IMU, LIS2DW12 - Accelerometer, LPS22HH - Pressure Sensor for lower power and improved accuracy and STTS751 – Digital Temperature sensor for on-board temperature calibration in the final application. The Workshop will show how the STM32CubeMX can be used to set up the sensors, log sensor data, optimize sensor configurations and leverage embedded smart sensor functions. Join us and learn how the ST32CubeMX ecosystem can simplify your next sensor design.
This a working session. Participants will need their own laptop running Windows 7 or later, or a MacBook running Windows (Parallels, VM Fusion, etc.). Participants should have a basic understanding of the “C” programming language or equivalent. Note: Administrator rights are needed for software and driver installation. ST will provide the development kit and all software.
All Sensors Expo attendees can attend free of charge; must opt in during registration or in the Attendee Resource Center. Space is limited; first come, first seated. Must be present and stay for training to receive the free kit.
How to Connect to AWS IoT Core Using Amazon FreeRTOS for Embedded Devices – A Hands-On Workshop using STM32L4 Discovery Kit IoT Node
Wednesday, June 26 | 2:00pm - 5:00pm
This hands-on workshop will use an STM32L4 Discovery Kit IoT Node to demonstrate how to use Amazon FreeRTOS to securely connect a constrained, low-power embedded device to AWS cloud services like AWS IoT Core and enable you to start exploring your own innovative ideas! The kit features an array of sensors and Wi-Fi to showcase the cloud connectivity features.
This a working session. Participants will need their own laptop running Windows 7 or later, or macOS. Note that administrator rights are needed for software and driver installation. ST will provide the required eval board and the companion software.
Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0 and 802.15.4 Made Easy with the STM32WB
Thursday, June 27 | 10:00am - 2:00pm
Looking to add 802.15.4 wireless connectivity, reduce your BOM cost, add functionality and advanced features into your product? The STM32WB dual-core multi-protocol wireless microcontroller is the right fit for you. Learn the basics of Bluetooth and how the STM32WB conforms to Bluetooth Low Energy 5.0. Experience how the STM32WB development tools, ecosystem and examples can take you from a NUCLEO board to a working design in this workshop. Designers new to STM32 microcontrollers are welcome to join and learn how the STM32Cube ecosystem can simplify your next embedded design.
This hands-on workshop is a working session and requires either a Windows® Laptop (Windows 7,Windows 8, or Windows 10) or a MacBook running Windows (Parallels, VM Fusion, etc.) with a Type-A USB port, as well as a minimum 2GHz processor, 4 GBs of RAM, and 7 GBs of free disk space. Participants should have a basic understanding of the “C” programming language or equivalent. Note: Administrator rights are needed for software and driver installation. ST will provide the required P-NUCLEO-WB55 pack and all software.*
Must be present, meet eligibility requirements listed below*, and stay for training to receive the free kit.
*Free development kit restrictions: Due to Global Trade Compliance Regulations, recipients of the P-NUCLEO-WB55 development pack must be employed by a company with a valid physical address in the United States. PO box is not acceptable. All attendees must verify their eligibility by showing both a business card that includes personal name, company name and company address, and a Government-Issued photo ID. If an attendee cannot provide verification, they can participate in the workshop, but will need to return the kit to ST at the end of the workshop.