In this session, we will examine the implementation of Trustzone-M in Renesas Cortex-M33 based RA4 and RA6 MCUs, along with the additional features that build on top of this to further enhance embedded security. Also covered will be the software development tools that provide the necessary workflows to allow customers to deliver a secure system.
eProsima is the company behind micro-ROS and it is key-partnering with Renesas. The Renesas RA Family of microcontrollers is the micro-ROS recommended MCU and provides professional technical support at email@example.com. This webinar gives you the key insights of ROS and micro-ROS. We will demonstrate how to develop open source robotic applications using the RA Family.
During this webinar, we're going to:
- Highlight the key functionality of the DA16200 Ultra-Low Power Wi-Fi SoC
- Highlight and explain the extended AT Command functionality
- Show wi-fi implementation details on the RA6M4 MCU host
- Demonstrate ready-to-go ultra-low power wi-fi using Renesas RA6 Series MCUs as an example using the SparkFun Wi-Fi Shield
Renesas is contributing to the acceleration of customer development through our Winning Combination system solutions. The Webinar is focusing on two xEV applications, BMS*1 & inverter. For BMS, our application model & software solution reduces R&D*2 effort by providing sample application models that estimates SOC*3 & SOH*4. For xEV inverter, Renesas can help customers shorten development time by supporting system level functional safety.
*1 Battery Management System, *2 Research and Development, *3 State Of Charge, *4 State Of Health
Jumpstart the process of learning the Renesas environment
Speed up time to market with sample models, reducing rework in BMS development
Reduce both application software and firmware development effort for BMS
Support for functional safety concept reduces development time at the system level for xEV inverter
Mr. Masuo Okuda, Senior Manager, Automotive Analog Marketing and Advanced Engineering Department, Automotive Analog Product Marketing Division, Renesas Electronics Inc.
Mr. Masashi Tsubota, Senior Principal Specialist, Automotive Analog Marketing and Advanced Engineering Department, Automotive Analog Product Marketing Division, Renesas Electronics Inc.
With the rising demand for real-time recognition applications using AI, increasing power consumption and heat generation required for AI processing are becoming common issues faced by many developers. In addition to technical requirements, cost-effective solutions are the key to expand endpoint vision AI markets.
Below are the three main issues faced while implementing cost-effective solutions.
1. Realize both high-speed AI inference and low power consumption
2. System cost reduction
3. Efficient product development
Join this webinar to learn how Renesas' RZ/V series MPUs can help confront all the three issues.
In this webinar you will learn:
- The TINY™ Module: content, design, package, etc.
- Worldwide certification
- Development kit
- CodeLess SW development and ready-to-use examples
- Resources and support
- How quick and easy it is to develop your new products with the DA14531 SmartBond TINY™ Module
Building and deploying Edge AI can be extremely difficult and time consuming if done from scratch. This webinar aims to highlight how Imagimob AI streamlines that development process. As an example, this webinar will show how this can be done to build a letter writing application for the KT-CAP1-MATRIXPAD and deploy the model on the RA2L1 low-power MCU running the ARM Cortex-M23.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- How endpoint intelligence will have a profound impact on how we interact with IoT devices
- Renesas technologies and solutions to help increase endpoint intelligence for a wide range of applications
- The evolution of artificial intelligence (AI)
- AI / Machine Learning technology, landscape, and construct
- Robust end-to-end security
- Use case examples
As customers move towards Brushless DC (BLDC) from traditional brushed motors to take advantage of the power efficiency, torque efficacy, size and reliability benefits, there are new design considerations to understand. Unlike brushed motors with a mechanical commutator, BLDC motors need an electronic commutator which can be more challenging to implement. This webinar will address these challenges and show how Renesas solutions can make it easy to drive BLDC motors with new tools, resources, and algorithms.
During this webinar, you will learn about what makes Storyboard different for your embedded GUI development. You will also learn different techniques for asset, memory, and resource optimization, how to fine-tune GUI performance, and how to deploy our demo image onto the Renesas RA6M3 platform.
In this webinar, we will explore how active beamforming ICs can simplify phased array antennas for 5G, Satcom and Radar applications.
Three generations of active beamforming ICs based on highly integrated silicon technology have led to the commercialization of active phased array antennas for a variety of systems. This session will review common antenna architectures and design challenges of phased array antennas. We will delve into the features that simplify product design and reduce time to market, such as compact size, high power efficiency, Dynamic Array Power (DAP™), ArraySense™ and RapidBeam™ technologies.
During this webinar we’re going to:
- Highlight mikroBUS and the DA14531 Module - what is it?
- Show how easy it is to work with a mikroBUS accelerometer sensor click board plugged into a DA14531 TINY™ Click board
- Show how to add a Bluetooth LE data pipe to an MCU
- Demonstrate how simple it is to start prototyping, using the TINY BLE Click board
This webinar revolves around Wi-Fi 6 TWT, followed by DA16200's Universal-TWT feature, which is an excellent way for battery-powered devices to conserve power with no strings attached. The webinar also covers the similarities between Universal-TWT and Wi-Fi 6 TWT, as well as the advantages of Universal-TWT over Wi-Fi 6 TWT.
During this webinar we’re going to:
- Highlight the Production Line Tool - what is it?
- Show how to lower overall cost of tester equipment
- Demonstrate how easy it is to parallel program and test up to 16 devices