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Overview: Microcontrollers are making a bigger impact on our lives with each passing day as new devices are released that are ever increasing the connectivity of our world. This course will introduce microcontrollers and how to select the correct one for an application before diving into three hands-on sessions experimenting with a cutting edge STM32F4 ARM M4 microcontroller. Presented by: Jacob Beningo, CSDP
This Track Covers:
* Dec 2: Part I: Introduction to Microcontrollers*
* Dec 3: Part II: Selecting the Right Microcontroller*
* Dec 11: Part III: An Overview of the STM32F4 Discovery Board (Hands-On Workshop)
* Dec 12: Part IV: Digital Signal Processing With the STM32F4 (Hands-On Workshop)
* Dec 13: Part V: Introduction to Graphics Processing (Hands-On Workshop)
Modern embedded systems use network connectivity to deliver a wide variety of user features and to simplify remote updates and upgrades to system capabilities. Unfortunately embedded systems have become targets for a variety of security threats that can have disastrous effects on your company’s profitability or brand image, or could even lead to loss of life and resulting lawsuits. This course will cover the most common threats and show several techniques and methods you can use to thwart these serious dangers.
This course features lecturer Warren Miller who has in-depth experience of programmable devices (PLDs, FPGAs, MCUs, and ASICs) in industrial, networking, and consumer applications and holds several device patents. Warren has authored more than 100 conference papers, whitepapers, application notes, and magazine articles on a wide variety of topics.
- Dec. 2 | Day 1 – Security Threats to Your Embedded System
- Dec. 3 | Day 2 – Protecting Your Embedded System Design Intellectual Property
- Dec. 4 | Day 3 – Cryptographic Techniques to Protect Your Embedded System
- Dec. 5 | Day 4 – Protecting Your Embedded System in the Field
- Dec. 6 | Day 5 – Example Designs
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