Functional Safety packages for STM32 and STM8 Microcontrollers

Join us for 1-hour webinar on Functional safety packages for STM32 and STM8 Microcontrollers
 

Tuesday, June 23th 2020 │ 3:00 pm CEST

 

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How to design safety-certified systems based on STM32 and STM8 microcontrollers using certified functional safety packages.

Follow this one-hour session to learn how to implement our range of free, certified functional safety packages to reduce the development effort, time, and cost required to meet the IEC 61508 Safety Integrity Level (SIL2/SIL3).

This webinar will provide you with an overview of the X-CUBE-STL library for STM32, and show you how to take advantage of this platform to accelerate the design phase and ease the certification process of your application. This session also includes a practical use case on how to integrate a functional safety package in an example application. We will also introduce several ST Authorized Partners, and explain how their expertise can help you move forward with your project.

Agenda

  • The basics of functional safety 
  • SIL functional safety packages for STM32
  • How to integrate a SIL functional safety package in your design
  • Class-B package for STM32 and STM8 
  • Functional Safety package certification
  • Functional Safety authorized partners

There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where ST’s experienced engineers will be available to answer your questions.

Registration information

To participate in this free online event, simply register on my.st.com.

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Speakers

Yvon Rannou

Yvon joined STMicroelectronics in 2000. He is part of the Technical Marketing team in the EMEA region and has been responsible for the development of microcontrollers and microprocessors for key industrial customers since 2009. Yvon graduated from Paris University with a degree in electronic engineering.


Christophe Vrignaud

Christophe  joined ST in 2004 as an application engineer. Christophe is currently member of the ST microcontroller support team for EMEA region. He works on various topics for STM32 particularly focusing on Safety.

Alesandro Bastoni

Alessandro
earned a master’s degree in electronic engineering in 1992 at University of Pisa (Italy). Until 2010 he worked for several companies - mainly in telecommunications and industrial markets - as hardware, firmware and software developer, system integrator, project team responsible.  Allesandro is currently based in Rousset (France) and he is the technical responsible for the functional safety support program of STMicroelectronics general purpose microcontrollers.

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