STM32Cube expansion packs, or how to boost your STM32 design
Join us to learn how to benefit from the STM32Cube expansion packs for accelerated development and quicker time to design
This webinar was broadcasted Tuesday, August 31st 2020
Follow this 1-hour webinar to get more familiar with STM32Cube expansion packages, and learn about the benefits they can bring to your new or existing STM32 projects thanks to their unique features.
With this webinar, attendees will discover how to easily add complex functionalities to their application by importing expansion packages in the STM32 Toolset (STM32CubeMX and STM32CubeIDE) to support graphical configuration and enable the integration of newly generated code.
We will also highlight the integrated features of STM32CubeMX to help our partners and the developers from the ST community create their own expansion package and share it with other developers.
In the second half of the webinar, we will show you how to import, configure, and generate code from an STM32Cube expansion package.
With this webinar session, you will learn:
- How to benefit from the STM32Cube ecosystem
- About the STM32Cube expansion packages, their features, and the offer from our Authorized Partners
- How to add the functionalities from an STM32Cube expansion package to a new project (live demo)
- STM32Cube ecosystem
- STM32Cube Expansion package
- Creation of custom expansion pack
- Practical demonstration: how to bring up a new project with the functionalities from an STM32Cube expansion pack
There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar where ST's experts will be available to answer your questions.
Tilen joined ST in 2017 as Field Application Engineer specialized in microcontrollers and later moved to the STM32 Technical Marketing Team. He is currently responsible for customers in Eastern Europe and drives projects to further enhance STM32 ecosystem solutions across the EMEA region.
Firat Serefoglu has been a Product Marketing Principal Engineer at STMicroelectronics since 2007. He holds an M.Sc. in electrical engineering from the UMASS Dartmouth. He has worked on embedded applications as a developer and an Application Engineer for more than 20 years. He is currently responsible for the STM32 and STM8 product lines.