STM32U5 Application Development Using ST's New Ultra Low-Power Platform
Jumpstart your next IoT application with the leading ultra-low power MCU with advanced performance and security
Virtual hands-on workshop with live tech support
The STM32U5 series of microcontrollers represents the latest generation of ultra-low power devices that enable applications to further extend battery life while providing enhanced device security.
In this workshop you will learn how to build IoT applications with the STM32U5 MCU through hands-on exercises using the STM32U5 Nucleo board and associated ecosystem software.
Our instructors will guide you step-by-step through real example applications including the new LPBAM (Low Power Background Autonomous Mode), an innovative autonomous power mode that saves power by enabling direct memory access. We will also go over the concepts related to how to partition secure and non-secure applications using the TrustZone block.
The lab sessions will use the STM32U5 Nucleo development board (NUCLEO-U575ZI-Q) as the hardware platform to run STM32CubeMX to select and configure peripherals. This allows a seamless transition to an STM32CubeIDE project and allows for quick code initialization to speed up the design cycle.
This workshop is self-paced and can be accessed on-demand any time after the start of the selected session (see Session dates and times). Please note that live tech support via online break-out rooms will be available only during the scheduled session hours.
Who should attend?
This workshop is intended for firmware developers, system integrators, design engineers, and technology architects developing embedded solutions on STM32 microcontrollers.
This workshop is open to residents of the Americas only.
The NUCLEO-U575ZI-Q development board from STMicroelectronics is required to participate in the workshop exercises. Exclusively for attendees of this workshop, a limited number of boards will be available for purchase from the ST eStore with free shipping. You will receive purchase instructions by email soon after we receive your request to participate.
Workshop agenda (approximately 3 hours)
- Introduction to STM32U5 architecture and Ecosystem
- Lab 1: Using the low power features of the STM32U5 with CubeMX targeting a blinking LED
- Lab 2: A deeper dive into new IP and low power mode, in particular STOP2 with our STM32 Power Monitor Tool
- Lab 3: Highlight of the Coremark benchmark tools with the STM32U5
- Lab 4: Introduction to the LPBAM tool, which is new to CubeMX
- A PC or laptop running the 64-bit version of Windows® 10, with administrator rights for software and driver installation
- One NUCLEO-U575ZI-Q development board
- One USB micro-B cable
The use of two screens is recommended so that you can watch, pause, and rewind the instruction video on one screen while completing the workshop on the other.
Session dates and times (US Eastern Time)
|Session 1||Friday, 03 Dec 2021||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET||Online||Full|
|Session 2||Monday, 06 Dec 2021||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET||Online||Open|
|Session 3||Tuesday, 07 Dec 2021||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET||Online||Open|
|Session 4||Thursday, 09 Dec 2021||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET||Online||Open|
|Session 5||Friday, 10 Dec 2021||1:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET||Online||Open|
Meet your instructors
|Tim Nakonsut |
Tim is a Staff Product Marketing Engineer supporting STMicroelectronics’ microcontroller portfolio, a position he has held since 2014. He began his career in 2006 as an application engineer for microcontrollers, MEMS, and touch sensors. From San Jose, CA, Tim holds a BS in Computer Engineering from San Jose State University.
|Bob Waskeiwicz |
Bob is an Applications Principal Engineer with STMicroelectronics. and has over 30 of experience in embedded design. He has been with STMicroelectronics for the last 14 years supporting STM32 microcontrollers with Arm® Cortex® M0 thru M7 cores and the CortexA® M33 core with TrustZone. For the past 5 years he has been specifically focused on embedded security using STM32 devices. Bob received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Virginia Tech.
|Gregory Proehl |
Gregory is a Senior Product Marketing Engineer with STMicroelectronics. He supports and promotes STM8 and STM32 products into the industrial space and is responsible for the STM32Trust security framework in the Americas. He has worked at ST as a field application engineer and applications manager for digital video, marketing for NFC, and marketing for secure microcontrollers. Greg earned his MS in Electrical Engineering from University of Illinois, Chicago.
About the development board you will use in this workshop
The STM32U5 Nucleo development board (NUCLEO-U575ZI-Q) offers an affordable and flexible way for users to try out new concepts and build prototypes by choosing from the various combinations of performance and power-consumption features provided by the STM32U5 microcontroller.
The ST Zio connector, which extends the ARDUINO® Uno V3 connectivity, and the ST morpho headers provide easy expansion of the functionality of the STM32 Nucleo open development platform with a wide choice of specialized shields.
The STM32U5 Nucleo board comes with the STM32 comprehensive free software libraries and examples available with the STM32CubeU5 MCU Package.