Elsevier, under the Newnes imprint, recently published five books on Electrical Engineering and Embedded Systems. The titles of the books are MSP430-based Robot Applications, The Designer’s Guide to the Cortex-M Processor Family, Software Engineering for Embedded Systems, Real World Multicore Embedded Systems, and Model-Based Engineering for Complex Electronic Systems.
Premier Farnell introduced the Keil MCBSTM32F400 and MCBSTM32F200 Development Kits. The ARM Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4 processor-based STM32F2xx and STM32F4xx Development Kits will be shipped with Keil MDK-Lite Development Tools and the ULINK-ME Debug Adapter. The Cortex-M3 processor-based STM32F2xx and the Cortex-M4 processor-based STM32F4xx devices featured on the boards can reduce power consumption in applications requiring both high processing power and low-power performance when running at low voltage or on rechargeable batteries.
element14 is hosting a webinar tomorrow. The webcast will present a step-by-step guide to debugging an ARM based design with the Keil ULINK-ME debug adapter. Attendees of the webcast will also be invited to apply to RoadTest the Keil ULINK-ME, bundled with an ARM Cortex-M processor-based STM32 series development kit. element14′s RoadTest Group enables developers to test and review new products, and post their results and findings on the element14 Community. The online seminar is a part of their Design Flow Series webinar series. The free event will take place on June 19, 2012, at 10 am EST (16:00 CET).
Atollic released TrueSTUDIO for ARM. The embedded systems development tool helps engineers develop systems with ARM processor-based microcontrollers. Atollic TrueSTUDIO features a state-of-the-art editor, an optimizing C/C++ compiler and a multiprocessor-aware debugger with real-time tracing. Atollic TrueSTUDIO for ARM includes a range of features that take advantage of the advanced features of the Cortex-M processors.
ARM will host a webinar titled, Migrating Microchip PIC18 or PIC24 Projects to ARM Cortex-M MCUs – Moving From Old to New. The webcast will take place at 10am Pacific time (1pm ET) on Tuesday May 4, 2010. The online seminar will demonstrate the tangible benefits of migrating from an old architecture to an ARM Cortex-M processor. The Cortex-M family of 32-bit processors will reduce development cost and time-to-market.