Bluetooth mesh and Zigbee mesh networks on STM32WB MCUs
In this webinar we will explore the STM32WB features, portfolio, and options available for purchase to help you identify the best solution for your design. We will then dive into the details of Bluetooth Mesh and Zigbee Mesh networks.
At the end of this webinar, you will know how each mesh network is segmented inside the STM32WB MCU. We will also explain how the certified STM32WB5MMG module helps product teams reduce design time and complexity. You will discover the numerous STM32WB development kits offered in the STM32WB series. These include the NUCLEO-WB55RG the NUCLEO-WB15CC, as well as the STM32WB5MM-DK Discovery kit for the STM23WB module, featuring multiple sensors, a digital microphone, QSPI Flash, RGB LEDs and an OLED display to facilitate quick prototyping. We will also show you demos of Bluetooth and Zigbee Mesh networking on the STM32WB discovery kit.
Kickstarting your GUI Design with TouchGFXIn this session, you will get a quick introduction to the powerful TouchGFX GUI design tool for STM32 microcontrollers. Attendees can simply listen in, or follow along with the exercises on their PC with TouchGFX Designer.
NanoEdge AI Studio V3 Product Overview
Take a quick tour of the brand new NanoEdge AI Studio V3. Try it today at: https://www.st.com/en/development-tools/nanoedgeaistudio.html
Find out more information about AI solutions at STMicroelectronics: https://www.st.com/content/st_com/en/ecosystems/ar...
NanoEdge AI Studio's simplifies the creation of machine learning, anomaly learning, detection and classification, regression and outliers libraries for direct implementation on any STM32 microcontroller. NanoEdge AI Studio makes it easier for users to integrate such cutting-edge machine-learning capabilities quickly, easily, and cost-effectively into their equipment. No data-science expertise is needed.
Do you have questions on NanoEdge AI Studio and how you can implement edge AI machine learning capabilities on our STM32 microcontroller family? Feel free to ask in the comments section.
Live Q&A - Kickstarting your GUI Design with TouchGFXLive Q&A with Soren Mikkelsen for the talk titled Kickstarting your GUI Design with TouchGFX
Live Q&A - Bluetooth mesh and Zigbee mesh networks on STM32WB MCUsLive Q&A with Colin Ramrattan for the theatre talk titled Bluetooth mesh and Zigbee mesh networks on STM32WB MCUs
Harnessing the power of ST's NFC ST25DV dynamic Tag using your smart phone
Learn how to use all the functionalities of STMicroelectronics NFC ST25DV-I2C Dynamic tag from your Smart Phone on both Android and IOS platform using NDEF message, Data Protection, Fast-Transfer-Mode, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi static and negotiated handover.
Developing secure IoT devices with AWS IoT and the STM32L4 Discovery kit IoT node
Development of modern IoT devices is impossible without 2 features that fundamentally differentiate them from their non-connected siblings:
- Strong Root of Trust
- Ability to reliably update their firmware Over-the-Air (or Over-the-Wire)
STMicroelectronics collaborated with AWS to create reference designs for connected devices. Those designs leverage the power of secure hyperscale AWS IoT message broker, STM32 MCUs, and STSAFE secure elements.
During this session with hands-on lab demo, we will show how you can easily start developing your first IoT connected device using the flagship STM32L4+ Discovery kit IoT node (B-L4S5I-IOT01A), STM32 Cube IDE and AWS CLI. The presentation will be accompanied with a code repository so you can replicate all the steps of the demonstration.
Discover the ST60 - New high-speed 60GHz RF Transceiver
ST60 is STMicroelectronics latest breakthrough in short-range RF connectivity. This small form factor wireless link transceiver with a high data rate is optimized for short-range, point-to-point contactless communications. It leverages unlicensed 60 GHz RF millimeter-wave band, opening a world of possibilities for your product design.
Replace cables for board-to-board communication, enable connector-free solutions, and solve mechanical challenges.
In this session we will cover:
- Key features of the ST60
- 3 Applications with demonstration
- 360 Degree Rotating Camera
- No-Drill contactless power over ethernet (PoE)
- Connector-Free LED Display Walls
- Overview of ST60 Contactless Ethernet module with hands-on demonstration using STM32MP1 board
Overview of the ST60 evaluation kit options with demonstration of how to run electrical measurements
Live Q&A - Harnessing the power of ST's NFC ST25DV+ dynamic Tag using your smart phoneLive Q&A with John Tran for the theatre talk titled Harnessing the power of ST's NFC ST25DV dynamic Tag using your smart phone
Live Q&A - Discover the ST60 - New high-speed 60GHz RF TransceiverLive Q&A with Shray Khullar for the theatre talk titled Discover the ST60 - New high-speed 60GHz RF Transceiver
Live Q&A - Developing secure IoT devices with AWS IoT and the STM32L4 Discovery kit IoT nodeLive Q&A with Slim Jallouli for the theatre talk titled Developing secure IoT devices with AWS IoT and the STM32L4 Discovery kit IoT node
Isolating MCU hardware and firmware using TrustZone security technology
In the IoT and connected device marketplace, device security is paramount to protect customer information and to prevent outside attacks.
The new STM32L5 series MCU based on ARM Cortex M33 core with TrustZone technology is part of the STM32Trust Security Ecosystem, where the TrustZone is a dynamic firewall providing hardware and software isolation to the system. Developers can isolate critical security firmware, authentication and private information from other parts of the device. The STM32L5 provides crypto accelerators for Public Key, AES, Hash and a True Random Number Generator and On-the-Fly Decrypt for external memories. The STM32L5 can provide secure boot with Root Secure Services and TF-M (ARM PSA compliant Trusted Firmware) with a unique boot entry, providing a secure framework to base the system on "Root of Trust". The new series further pushes the low power footprint of our already class leading devices while offering new peripherals (USB Type C & PD) and power management innovation allowing for a class leading 62uA/MHz current consumption.
You will learn:
- The new features and peripherals in the STM32L5
- Understand how to create a "Root of Trust" with the STM32L5 Security features
- How to use STM32 Trusted Package Creator
- How to interface to other ST products (NFC) for a digital signature verification application
Integrating NFC into your application: What you need to know
In this session we will show you how to overcome the most common design challenges in NFC integration to achieve optimal performance and fast time-to-market.
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a technology that uses magnetic field induction to enable contact-less data exchange between two compatible devices moved within close proximity to one another. While simple in concept, implementing a robust and high-performing NFC design can be daunting, as developers must first consider things like passing certifications, interoperability, shrinking size requirements, low power consumption, and development time.
In the session, we will start by exploring the most common NFC reader applications in today's fast-growing NFC market. We will discuss the principle design challenges faced by engineers, and how to resolve them using the ST25R3916 high-performance NFC universal reader.
This industry-leading device boasts a unique set of features including dynamic power output, automatic antenna tuning, noise suppression receiver, and low power wake up, which make it ideal for robust and efficient designs over a wide range of consumer and industrial NFC applications.
You will learn:
- the main challenges of designing an NFC reader and how to overcome them
- about the ST25R3916 high-performance NFC universal reader device
- how to exploit the device's unique features to design a best-in-class solution
Simplifying integration of sensor data using NFC enabled Multi-Sensor Node
As NFC becomes ubiquitous, its applications range from mobile payment to sensor data logging. During this approximately 2 hour workshop, you will learn how to integrate NFC, sensors and a microcontroller to create an NFC Sensor node. This workshop will combine the STM32L031 low-power MCU, ST25DV NFC Dynamic Tag IC, HTS221 Humidity and Temperature Sensor, LPS22HB Barometer/Altimeter and LIS2DW12 3-axis accelerometer into the NFC Sensor node.
This workshop will cover the following topics:
- Overview of NFC Technology
- ST NFC Product Portfolio
- ST Sensors Technology
- Firmware and hardware structure
- Using ST25R3911B NFC reader to read sensor data from the Sensor Tag.
The NFC hands-on will use the following kits and are available from our Distributors such as DigiKey or Mouser Electronics.
- ST25R3911B-DISCO (this is an NFC/RFID discovery board)
- STEVAL-SMARTAG1 (this is an NFC/RFIF evaluation board)
- CABLES USB A to Micro B
- CR2032 battery
Secure and Non-Secure application co-existence using TrustZone security technology
This 2-hour hands-on workshop will use the STMicroelectronics NUCLEO-L552ZE-Q board to configure and activate the Cortex-M33 TrustZone to secure an application. A Blinky application will be used to demonstrate how the STM32L5 TrustZone can secure the peripherals and memory. The workshop will be divided into approximately 20-minute segments alternating between lecture and hands-on. The STM32CubeMX configuration tool will be used to configure the STM32L5 device and to generate the Blinky LED application code for secure and non-secure applications. No source code compiler or IDE is required as the pre-complied binaries will be provided. The STM32cube Programmer tool and the embedded STLINK/V3 will be used to load the binaries into the STM32L5 device.
Workshop Agenda (may change prior to event)
1.Overview of the STM32L5 and Cortex M33 Device
Hands-On: Configure and download a non-secure Blinky application
2. Overview of the TrustZone
Hands-On: Configure and download a secure Blinky application
3. Review the secure and Non-Secure application co-existence using TrustZone
Hands-On: Add the non-secure Blinky application to the trusted application.
4. Review the trustZone Faults and Regression
Hands-On: Change the non-secure Blinky application to attempt access to the secure LED.
Hands-On: Turnoff and mass erase the STM32L5 TrustZone.
The materials for this workshop can be downloaded at:
Creating Advanced User Interfaces with STM32 Microcontrollers
In today's fast-paced and interactive world, it is necessary for technology to provide a simple and compelling experience to the end user.
Through advancements in graphics software frameworks and embedded technology and integration, this can be easily achieved with the STM32 microcontrollers. In this 2-hour hands-on workshop, you will be introduced to the STM32 Microcontrollers with advanced graphics technology. You will be introduced to graphics software frameworks and tools, and get hands-on experience using the STM32H7B3I-DK discovery kit with the latest STM32H7 microcontroller and the TouchGFX Designer tool.
- Advanced Graphics with STM32 Microcontrollers
- STM32 Graphics Software and Tools
- Hands-on: Quick Start with STM32H7B3I-DK Board
- STM32 Graphics Ecosystem and Support
- Hands-on: Custom Project Start with STM32 + TouchGFX
Note: The STM32H7B3I-DK board will be available at a discounted cost of $20.00 excluding shipping and handling fee to the first 100 registrants using a business email address. An email with a dedicated board link to Digi-Key Electronics website will be provided.
The materials for this workshop can be downloaded at: