Getting Started with the new S32K ARM Cortex based MCU with CAN-FD, Security & (A)SIL Safety features

On Demand Available until April 26, 2018


The new S32K1 MCU family combines a breakthrough suite of automotive grade tools and software with a scalable family of 32-bit ARM Cortex-M based MCUs with future-proof features. All family members are designed in accordance with the ISO 26262 standard, AEC-Q100 qualified at up to 125°C, and guaranteed by NXP’s Product Longevity Program which assures supply for a minimum of 15 years. 

During this 50-minute webinar we will introduce the MCU’s connectivity, security and safety features and how to deploy them using NXP’s S32K144 low-cost evaluation board, S32 Design Studio IDE and MISRA/SPICE Level 3 certified Software Development Kit (SDK) with ARM 3rd party ecosystem support.

Speaker:

Danny Basler, Technical Marketer, Automotive Microcontrollers and Processors Business, NXP

Danny Basler graduated from the University of Paisley in the UK with a bachelor degree in Electronic & Electrical Engineering. He joined NXP in 2002 and has held several positions in Automotive and Industrial Microcontroller product marketing as well as account management.










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