On-Demand Webinar: Explore Graphics, Artificial Intelligence, and Voice UI Applications with the STM32H7A3/B3

Check out this 1-hour, on-demand webinar to discover a secure microcontroller with embedded hardware features designed to optimize performance in graphics, artificial intelligence (AI), and voice UI applications.

Trends in the industrial automation and IIoT market segments show an increase in human interaction with smart devices, and a growing need for enhanced security. Remote healthcare monitoring, self-care, real-time solutions and digitalized smart medical devices require low-cost and efficient microcontrollers to drive smaller displays capable of presenting visually rich graphics and important quantitative data.

To meet these market challenges, a new addition to the STM32 family has been developed. Introducing the STM32H7A3/B3 line of Arm® Cortex®-M7 microcontrollers, featuring a unique blend of peripherals targeting embedded designs in the high-quality graphics, AI, and voice UI application segments.

During this session, we will present the STM32H7A3/B3 architecture and security infrastructure including Secure Boot Secure Firmware Update (SBSFU) and Secure Firmware Install (SFI) applications, as well as a number of application use cases. 

You will learn:

  • How to use our comprehensive development ecosystem to create a smartphone-like graphic UI for your embedded device with minimum cost and effort.
  • How the power efficiency of the STM32H7A3/B3 improves autonomy down to 32 µA in STOP mode with full RAM retention.
  • About embedded security features to protect your application and secure firmware update.
 
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Speaker

Ramkumar Yadavalli is a Sr. Product Marketing Engineer for microcontrollers for the Americas region, based in Santa Clara, CA. He has worked in the semiconductor industry for over 20 years, starting his career as a microcontroller systems designer for Indian Railway Control Systems, followed by multiple engineering roles for India Defense labs, Toshiba Singapore Pvt. Ltd, and NEC before joining STMicroelectronics in 2002. Ramkumar earned his BSEE from Madras University in India, and his MBA from J. Mack Robinson College of Business, Atlanta, GA.