Ensuring interoperability between STM32 MPUs and MCUs with PHYTEC STM32MP1-based SoM
Hosted by PHYTEC, an ST Authorized Partner, this webinar will provide you with useful insights into the phyCORE-STM32MP15x System-on-Module, which combines PHYTEC’s high-quality embedded module design with ST’s industry-leading industrial software development tools.
The phyCORE-STM32MP15x is based on Arm’s Cortex-A7 core, which enables the development of high-end, open-source operating systems like Linux, and the Cortex-M4, which makes it possible to manage real-time applications. Designed for applications requiring a high level of reliability and safety, the phyCORE-STM32MP15x SoM is suitable for industrial communication systems, edge computing applications, industrial automation, motor control and more.
Discover PHYTEC's product portfolio and learn how to use dynamic low power states and ST’s OpenST Linux and STM32 Cube ecosystem to speed up prototyping while ensuring design scalability and power efficiency.
This session also includes a hands-on demo on how to use the STM32Cube ecosystem to manage the communication process between the MPU and the MCU.
At the end of this webinar, you will know how to take advantage of the dual-core architecture of the phyCORE-STM32MP1 SoM.
Who should attend:
- Embedded system engineers interested in industrial applications
- Decision makers
- Project leaders
- PHYTEC Overview
- Product portfolio
- Solutions & Services
- phyCORE- STM32MP1 Overview
Yves Astein is the Head of Product Management at PHYTEC Messtechnik GmbH (Germany) and is responsible for developing and driving the design of solutions for embedded systems. He has more than 15 years’ experience in engineering, in product management, and in fostering strategic partnerships with an ecosystem of partner companies.
Christophe Parant currently works on the development of STM32MP1 Board Support Packages (BSP). He joined PHYTEC in 2017 as a hardware developer in the design and testing of carrier boards. Since then, he has worked on various projects and roles in the development of Linux Board Support Packages.