STMicroelectronics has announced that they are hosting the STM32 Discovery Day Online Track 2020 from September 1 to 4. The webinar series will highlight core STM32 products and solutions for targeted applications in Power & Energy, Internet of Things, and Connectivity.
The STM32 Discovery Day is an annual event hosted by ST Korea with a focus on STM32 32-bit general-purpose microcontrollers. This year, it will be held online due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
During this four-day event, ST will showcase the latest trends and state-of-the-art technologies in STM32 products. These include the STM32MP1, a microprocessor with a powerful dual Arm® Cortex® core; the STM32-based TouchGFX, a free graphics solution; the STM32WL, the world’s first LoRa® one-chip solution; the STM32Cube.AI that implements the STM32-based basic neural-network embedded system; and the STM32CubeMonitor, which shows the runtime variables of STM32 applications in real time. The free webinar series will also demonstrate an NFC-based door-lock control solution, and STSAFETM family of secure authentication ICs. Representatives from AWS, Microsoft, and SDT(Sigma-Delta Technologies Inc.) will also participate as speakers to introduce their IoT solutions and services.
The STM32 family of 32-bit microcontrollers and microprocessors offers products covering the full range of very high performance, real-time capabilities, digital signal processing, low-power / low-voltage operation, and connectivity, while maintaining full integration and ease of development.
“By hosting the online demonstrations of the latest STM32 solutions for Power & Energy and the Internet of Things, and Connectivity markets we can ensure safe participation while also greater convenience that will allow more people to join,” said Paolo Oteri, Microcontroller Marketing Director at ST Korea and Japan. “Our STM32 products with rich functionality and powerful ecosystem provide embedded designers an exceptional number of choices to pick the perfect system ‘brain,’ while preserving both product efficiency and innovation.”