Employing TSN Over Ethernet to Enable Precision Motor Control Through Operator Gesture
TSN allows designers to combine multiple real-time applications on the same cable, even with multiple protocols.
This demo shows the i.MX 8M Plus processor, i.MX RT1170 MCU and Layerscape LS1028A using different protocols such as Profinet and Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture (OPC UA), as well as custom motor control messages over TSN Ethernet in a complex industrial system.
Simplifying High-Performance IoT and Industrial Applications with the i.MX RT1170 MCUs
The massive growth of connected devices in-home and across cities has led to a need for high-performance devices with multimedia and machine learning functionality typical of applications processors, while maintaining low-cost, power-efficient packages typical of MCUs.
In this session, we’ll explore how the full capabilities of the i.MX RT1170 crossover MCU family blends the best of both worlds to simplify your next IoT Design.
Live Q&A - Simplifying High-Performance IoT and Industrial Applications with the i.MX RT1170 MCUsLive Q&A with Patrick Kennedy for the theatre talk titled Simplifying High-Performance IoT and Industrial Applications with the i.MX RT1170 MCUs
Developing for the IoT Using Secure-enabled NXP MCUs with TrustZone®-M Technology
In this session, you'll learn how Secure Thingz Embedded Trust provides lifecycle management of secrets and integrates with Secure Deploy for production programming of NXP's LPC55Sxx devices.
Enabling Motor Control Across a Range of NXP MCUs with MCUXpresso and FreeMASTER Visualization Tools
Join this session to explore the latest NXP motor control solutions, tools, and expert advice for creating cost-effective and energy-efficient motor control designs using NXP MCUs.
Bringing Low Power, High Performance Audio and Voice to Market on the i.MX RT600 Crossover MCUJoin this session to learn how DSP Concept's Audioweaver tools and libraries can unleash the performance of NXP's new i.MX RT600 MCU, allowing audio designers to quickly implement designs from the algorithm level.
Exploring the Arm® TrustZone® Feature on LPC5500 Series MCUs
Arm TrustZone technology, available with the LPC5500 MCU series based on Arm® Cortex®-M33 core, provides the means to implement separation and access control to isolate trusted software and resources to reduce the attack on critical components. Watch this secure GPIO TrustZone example to better understand how to implement this feature within your design.