Interested in learning more about ARM DS-5 Debugging and CMSIS Software Packs? Don’t miss the chance to learn from ARM experts at the Toronto ARM/KEIL user group meeting taking place April 26, 2016.
Following on from the success of last year’s inaugural ARM/KEIL user group meeting in Toronto, we have been invited to present again at this year’s event. Organized by KEIL distributor JORAL Technologies, this free event brings together embedded engineers to learn about the latest developments in ARM technology.
Presentation topics this year will include “The Power of ARM DS-5 Debugging” with ARM FAE Ronan Synnott and “Maximizing Portability and Productivity with CMSIS Software Packs” with Hardent’s embedded specialist and ARM trainer Shaun Purvis.
What’s New with KEIL and ARM Tools in 2016 – Robert Campbell, JORAL Technologies
There have been a number of changes with ARM/KEIL Development tools in 2016. This presentation will give the user group an update of the new products and features of the ARM/KEIL development tools.
The Power of ARM DS-5 Debugging – Ronan Synnott, ARM
With ARM DS-5, ARM provides a complete software development environment for all ARM-based devices, including the latest CPUs, in single-core, multi-core, and heterogeneous configurations. In addition to bare-metal, Linux and RTOS-aware debug is also supported. This presentation will highlight support for all these technologies, and include a demonstration of the same, using Xilinx Zynq-7000 as an example of a multi-core (Cortex-A9) system, and NXP i.MX7 as an example of a heterogeneous (Cortex-A7 and Cortex-M4) system. Live demonstrations will be shown on several different platforms.
Maximizing Portability and Productivity with CMSIS Software Packs – Shaun Purvis, Hardent
ARM works closely with silicon vendors and middleware providers to continually improve and expand their Cortex Microcontroller Software Interface Standard (CMSIS). This standard allows end users to write applications that are both highly portable and make the most of existing code in an efficient and flexible manner. This session will summarize what CMSIS is, where it is, and who supports it. Additionally, the KEIL MDK tool will be used to demonstrate how CMISIS can be seamlessly integrated into embedded projects to quickly access peripherals and I/O devices. A live demonstration will be shown on an STM32 F7 discovery board.
Location: 2425 Matheson Blvd. E. (8th floor), Mississauga, ON L4W 5K4
Date: April 26, 2016
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Register now for the Toronto ARM/KEIL User Group. We will look forward to seeing you at the event!