ARM TechCon 2015

Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
November 10-12, 2015

We cordially invite you to review the technical materials presented at the 2015 ARM Technical Conference.

Securing Valuable Assets in Microcontroller Designs
Speaker:  Sean Newton | Applications Engineering Manager, STMicroelectronics
Attendees learn methods necessary to incorporate security in their designs by walking through the processes needed to help secure their firmware in the field, starting with a review of various protection mechanisms available on many microcontrollers.  For presentation materials, click here.

STM23F7 Hands-On Workshop
Discover how the new STM32F7 216 MHz Cortex®-M7 MCU allows you to bring high performance to your most demanding applications.

The seminar features hands-on training using an Integrated Development Environment to compile and debug a range of embedded projects on the STM32F7 Discovery Board. You will learn, by executing and analyzing benchmark and performance measurement projects, how the ARM Cortex-M7 core employs its superscalar architecture and caches to provide superior performance. DSP performance will also be highlighted with the development and debug of a microphone beamforming project on the STM32F7 Discovery board.

Instructions for downloading and installing the software to prepare for the STM32F7 hands-on workshop here.

After you have downloaded and installed the software, view the hands-on workshop presentation materials here.


Activities at the Event

Demonstrations presented our ESC 2015 booth included:

  • STM32F7 Cortex®-M7 MCU
  • STM32L4 Cortex®-M4 ultra-low-power MCU
  • STM32F469 Cortex®-M4 with Chrom-ART Graphics Accelerator™ and MIPI interface
  • STM32F401 acting as Beacon identification reader through the ARM mbed OS

The STM32F7 hands-on workshop at
ARM TechCon 2015 was co-sponsored by Future Electronics.