Sensor Development Ecosystem hands-on workshop series

Developing with Sensors workshop


Learn how ST’s complete Sensor Ecosystem makes developing with sensors simple

 

Free one-day hands-on workshop | February - March 2020


3 dates & locations


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Due to the recent developments surrounding COVID-19, we have decided to postpone the upcoming ST hands-on training workshops. We do have plans to reschedule as many of the workshops as possible for later this year and will communicate new dates as venues are rescheduled.

The health and safety of our patrons, sponsors and employees remains top priority. Thank you for your continued interest in the STMicroelectronics workshops, and we hope to see you soon at a future training session.

Receive two complementary multi-sensor development kits and discover how to easily add motion and environmental sensors to your next project.

Please join us for a free one-day workshop to learn how to design with motion MEMS and environmental sensors using ST’s sensor development ecosystem, a seamlessly integrated set of hardware and software development tools that make designing with sensors fast and easy.

The two development kits consist of:

  1. an STM32L4 Nucleo board with X-NUCLEO-IKS01A3 sensor expansion board running on our easy-to-use STM32CubeMX and the X-CUBEMEMS1 software pack
  2. our new STEVAL-MKSBOX1V1 SensorTile.box ready-to-use kit for wireless IoT applications

The SensorTile.box features ST's newest and most advanced sensors, and also includes the SPBTLE-1S Bluetooth Low Energy module to provide wireless connectivity for interaction with mobile devices. The Nucleo board for the sensor expansion board mounts an STM32L4 ultra low-power Cortex-M4F MCU to provide all the processing capabilities required by your application.

This workshop is free of charge and ST will provide all development hardware and software.

You will learn to develop with the following sensors:

 
 
 

This workshop will cover:

  • The key features of the LSM6DSO, LSM6DSOX, LIS2DW12, LPS22HH, LIS3DHH, HTS221, STTS751 and MP23ABS1 sensors
  • How to start a new sensor project using the STM32CubeIDE, STM32CubeMX and X-CUBE-MEMS1 software pack
  • How the STM32CubeMX and X-CUBE-MEMS1 software pack can be used to set up the sensors, log sensor data, optimize sensor configurations and leverage embedded smart sensor functions
  • How the ST32Cube Ecosystem can simplify your next sensor design
  • How to use the SensorTile.box out of the box (entry level mode) with ready-to-use applications to set up sensors, log sensor data and leverage embedded smart sensor functions
  • How to use the SensorTile.box to perform high-level processing (sensor fusion)
  • How to use the SensorTile.box to build a custom application (expert mode) using the GUI in the ST BLE Sensor app
  • How to use the SensorTile.box to develop custom firmware (pro mode) starting from the examples available in the FP-SNS-STBOX1 function pack
  • How eDesignSuite helps you simulate and design power management for your sensor solution

Workshop Schedule & Agenda:

8:00 – 9:00

  • Registration and system check for pre-installed tools

9:00 – 12:30

  • Sensor Product Overview
  • STM32Cube Ecosystem - STM32CubeIDE, STM32CubeMX and X-CUBE-MEMS1 software pack
  • Lab 0 - Read all sensors in polling mode
  • Lab 1 - LIS2DW12 accelerometer orientation change detection
  • Lab 2 - LPS22HH barometer read from internal FIFO
  • Lab 3 - LSM6DSO accelerometer embedded step counter
  • Lab 4 - LIS2DW12 accelerometer acceleration detection
  • Lab 5 - LSM6DSO accelerometer single/double tap detection
  • Lab 6 - LSM6DSO accelerometer 6.6 kHz data rate read at 100 Hz

12:30 – 1:30

  • Lunch

1:30 – 3:30

  • SensorTile.box Overview
  • Lab 7 Entry Mode: Read Data from Sensors using the ST BLE Sensor App
  • Lab 8 Expert Mode: Create a custom application with the ST BLE Sensor App
  • Lab 9 Pro Mode: change the firmware in the SensorTile.box

Note: This is a working session. Participants will need their own laptop running Windows 7 or later, or a MacBook running Windows (Parallels, VM Fusion, etc.). Participants should have a basic understanding of the “C” programming language or equivalent. Administrator rights are needed for software and driver installation. You must be present and stay for the training to receive the free kits.

Workshop locations & dates (subject to change):

City Date Location Status
Orlando, FL Feb 4, 2020 Marriott Orlando Airport Lakeside
7499 Augusta National Drive
Orlando, FL 32822
407-851-9000
Completed
Chicago, IL Feb 26, 2020 Chicago Marriott Northwest
4800 Hoffman Boulevard
Hoffman Estates, IL 60192
847-645-9500
Completed
San Francisco, CA TBD Courtyard San Francisco Downtown
299 2nd Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
415-947-0700
Postponed

 

Registration information:

There is no charge to participate in this event, but it is necessary to register through my.st.com.

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