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- 29 / 05 / 2019 – How To Design With Bluetooth Mesh
- 29 / 05 / 2019 – Novas tecnologias de conectividade para IoT: LTE CAT M1 e LTE NB-IOT – Diferenças e vantagens
- 29 / 05 / 2019 – Robust, Lightweight Protection for Challenging Harsh Environments using Parylene Conformal Coatings
- 30 / 05 / 2019 – Automotive EMI Reduction Techniques, Applications and Solutions
- 30 / 05 / 2019 – How to Easily Build Functional Safety into Your Automotive Cluster Design
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29 / 05 / 2019
How To Design With Bluetooth Mesh
Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Sponsor: Mouser Electronics and Cypress
Webinar Type: Live Broadcast Webinar
Duration: 2 Hours
Bluetooth® mesh is a low-power, wireless network with many-to-many node communication for large-scale, extended range networks. Bluetooth Mesh enables new use cases and applications ranging from building automation to asset tracking. Cypress, a leader in wireless connectivity, was the first to introduce a Bluetooth SIG-qualified mesh solution that is in end-customer production. Cypress has also recently introduced an ultra-low power Bluetooth 5 MCU, the CYW20819, that has been fully Bluetooth Mesh 1.0 qualified. We invite you to join Cypress’s own Alan Hawse (@askiotexpert) for a hands-on, technical training on how to design with Bluetooth Mesh. In this virtual experience, Alan will take attendants through, step-by-step how to implement Bluetooth Mesh applications.
To follow along, participants of this training are encouraged to purchase a CYW20819 Bluetooth Mesh Evaluation Kit (CYBT-213043-MESH) from Mouser and download and install the ModusToolboxTM development suite.
The CYW20819 Bluetooth Mesh Evaluation Kit contains 4 mesh node boards to get you started with your Bluetooth Mesh application. Attendees that stay to the end of the training will be entered for a chance to win some Cypress Bluetooth Mesh enabled Sylvania SMART+ Light Bulbs!
Alan Hawse, Senior Vice President and Fellow, Cypress Semiconductor
Alan Hawse has served in multiple roles at Cypress since 1991, from managing design tools, corporate IT, software tools, executive board member, Customer Experience, and most recently leading the global Applications and Software Engineering Groups in the MCU/Wireless Business Unit at Cypress. Additionally, he is passionate about technology, education and is a Maker and avid technology blogger on his website www.iotexpert.com. Alan teaches microcontroller and IoT development to customers, Cypress employees and makers of all ages using Cypress’ MCUs, connectivity solutions and software tools like PSoC Creator, the WICED SDK and ModusToolbox IDE. He lives in Kentucky, enjoys hoppy beer, Bourbon, perfectly roasted and extracted espresso and bicycling.
Resumo do Webinar
Serão apresentadas as alternativas atualmente disponíveis para conectividade de dispositivos IoT (LoRA, SIGFOX, LTE CAT M1, LTE NB-IOT (1 e 2)), comparando as principais características de cada tecnologia, as melhores alternativas de aplicação das mesmas e em que situação é melhor usar qual tecnologia.
Além disso, será apresentada a infraestrutura disponível hoje no Brasil para cada tecnologia e o roadmap das operadoras para as alternativas apresentadas.
Neimar Marques Duarte
Engenheiro eletrônico com experiência no desenvolvimento de hardware para sistemas baseados em FPGA. Atua como engenheiro de aplicações da Altera na Macnica DHW LTDA e com desenvolvimento de projetos eletrônico, consultoria e treinamentos na área de FPGA.
Robust, Lightweight Protection for Challenging Harsh Environments using Parylene Conformal Coatings
May 29, 2019 at 1:00 PM EDT / 12:00 PM CDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 5:00 PM GMT
The electronics, aerospace, defense and oil & gas industries have long utilized conformal coatings to protect products from their surrounding environments. As technologies continue to progress, they are required to survive long-term exposure to very harsh environments, including the depths of space, years of widespread thermal cycles between land and air, harsh chemical and temperature exposure, and more. Many conformal coatings struggle to provide durable, lasting protection.
For over 45 years, Parylene conformal coatings have substantially enhanced the reliability of numerous devices and parts, including circuit boards, sensors, MEMS/semiconductor products, LEDs, implantable medical devices, and elastomeric and metal components, that are used in a wide array of applications and environments.
This webcast will offer an opportunity to learn more about Parylene conformal coatings – the coating process, applications Parylenes protect today, and the properties and benefits they can offer products, including:
- Thin, lightweight protection
- Truly conformal coverage, with no air-gaps or voids
- Excellent moisture and chemical barrier
- High dielectric strength
- Thermal stability up to 350°C long-term (450°C short-term)
- Waterproofing capabilities per IPX testing
- Lubricity/low coefficient of friction
The webcast will also introduce a new Parylene variant – halogen-free ParyFree®, and will discuss advances in adhesion technologies and the role Parylene plays in advanced micro and nano-level technologies.
As applications, materials and technologies evolve, lightweight robust Parylene coatings will continue to safeguard and add value to technologies around the world.
Register for this webcast and learn more!
Aerospace & Defense Market Manager
Specialty Coating Systems
Vice President of Technology
Specialty Coating Systems, Inc.
30 / 05 / 2019
Date: Thursday, May 30, 2019
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
Sponsor: Texas Instruments
Duration: 30 Minutes
The world is hurtling towards Electric Vehicles and Autonomous Cars. Semiconductor content of cars is expected to increase ~ 10x by 2025. In this presentation we show challenges in EMI for new increasing demanding automotive systems like ADAS, cameras, instrument cluster and infotainment. We will discuss EMI mitigation techniques like filtering, spread spectrum and E-field shielding and compared the results.
This session will cover:
- EMI noise sources and near E-Field coupling
- EMI mitigation techniques, like switch node shaping, spread spectrum, and E-Field shielding techniques
Robert Loke, Validation Engineer, Texas Instruments
Robert Loke is a validation engineer in the Texas Instruments buck switching regulators group and a part of the Member Group, Technical Staff. Robert has conducted over 7 years of research in autonomous mobile systems and medical and has over 13 years of experience in the semiconductor industry focusing on power. His expertise is in product definition and strategy, systems, applications and validation.
Robert Blattner, Senior Application Engineer, Texas Instruments
Robert Blattner is a senior application engineer in the Texas Instruments buck switching regulators group. Robert has over 35 years of experience in the semiconductor and consumer electronic industry and a MEE from Rice University. His expertise is in device design, system and product definition, systems and applications.
Title: How to Easily Build Functional Safety into Your Automotive Cluster Design
Date: Thursday, May 30, 2019
Time: 9:00 am PDT | 12:00 pm EDT | 6:00 pm CEST
Fully programmable instrument clusters are becoming common in automobiles across varying price categories. This presents a significant challenge for developers of instrument cluster graphics. Where once an analog instrument cluster displayed mission-critical information like warning signs and PRNDL status, now the same information needs to be represented on a digital display.
This webinar explores the challenges associated with implementing high-resolution digital instrument cluster displays, and the tools needed to to meet the ISO 26262 standard for safe boot, complex embedded algorithm processing, and functional safety diagnostics. We’ll show you how to ensure fail-safe performance of instrument cluster graphics, and present examples of cost-effective solutions that OEMs and Tier-1 manufacturers are using to successfully implement safe instrument clusters for production.
Attendees will learn:
- Functional Safety 101: The automotive instrument cluster challenge
- Automotive-proven solution for ISO 26262-compliant automotive displays
- A breakdown of this solution architecture—from tools to hardware