How to manage safety-critical industrial development based on STM32 microcontrollers

Join us for a 1-hour webinar and learn how to build a standard-compliant industrial system based on STM32


This webinar was broadcasted Tuesday, June 22nd 2021


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Hosted by ISIT, an ST Authorized Partner, this joint webinar with Embedded Office and STMicroelectronics will present the versatile products and services available to help you develop STM32-based, safety-critical industrial applications. This webinar will include a live Q&A with the experts.

With this one-hour session, you can learn more on the STM32 portfolio of microcontrollers and how they can be implemented together with software solutions to build safety-critical applications, compliant with functional safety standards.

Join us for this webinar about:

  • STM32 controllers for safety critical applications and self-test libraries offered by ST
  • Solution to build a safety platform based on Flexible Safety RTOS, add-ons and X-CUBE-STL
  • Training and assistance on safety critical standards (IEC 61508 and others)
  • CANopen safety communication stack

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Franck Montagné, Technical director, ISIT 

Franck is a trainer, project manager and former developer. He manages the certification of the CANopen safety stack according to IEC 61508 SIL3 and participates in various customer projects as a technical advisor.

Loic Chossat, Senior Marketing Manager, STMicroelectronics 

Loïc Chossat is responsible for Embedded Software partners around STM32 portfolio. He is based in Rousset, France. Thanks to his past experience as Application Engineer, Loic has strong expertise in the field of microcontrollers, from simple 8-bit and high performance 32-bit MCUs to automotive-grade MCUs.

Christian Marka, Technical Sales Manager, Embedded Office 

Christian Marka holds a university degree in computer sciences and has over 25 years’ experience in designing embedded electronic systems. He used to work as a Technical Sales Manager for electronic systems in aerospace applications, such as flight controls. He joined Embedded Office in 2019 as a Technical Sales Manager and also supports customers in the implementation of complex safety-critical automotive projects.