Wednesday, May 27, 2015

6/2 Freescale Truckstop @ UW Seattle & UW Bothell

We are thrilled to share that the Freescale’s mobile Internet of Tomorrow Tour will be at University of Washington, Bothell on Monday, June 1st, from 10 am – 4 pm and the University of Washington, Seattle on Tuesday, June 2nd, from 10 am – 4 pm. Stop by during these hours to see real IoT devices in operation today and understand how they will evolve across multiple technology areas like home, medical, cities and more.

The three-story truck contains 120+ demos from the smallest micros to complex network infrastructure. You can test drive data aggregators, ADAS, wearables, telepresence robots and myoelectric gesture recognition technology.

On the second story of the truck we have a training room where we will host several classes throughout the day.

10:30-11:30am – Getting Started with Kinetis using the FRDM-K22F (PC required)
1:30pm-2:30pm – Defining IoT and the ways to play in this space with Freescale

The sessions can only hold 10 attendees per class so please come early if you want to join as it will be on a first come, first served basis!

We hope to see you there!
Chet Kaufman
Freescale Technical Sales Engineer

Reagan Revisore
Freescale Technical Sales Engineer

Monday, June 1st
University of Washington, Bothell
Chase House Lot, 113th Ave NE
Bothell, WA

Tuesday, June 2nd
University of Washington
Husky Stadium Parking Lot E12
Montlake Blvd NE
Seattle, WA

Class descriptions
Getting Started with Kinetis using the FRDM-K22F (PC required)
Have you ever struggled with the getting started procedure of a microcontroller and its tools? This demo will show you how to install Kinetis Design Studio, our free Integrated Development Environment, and Kinetis Software Development Kit (SDK) including source code files for all the peripheral drivers. From there, we will walk you through creating a project by leveraging these tools and peripheral drivers.

Defining IoT and the ways to play in this space with Freescale
Learn about the ways people are creating connected homes and environments, the technologies driving this innovation, and the sensors, low power microcontrollers, RF transceivers, application processors, and network processors from Freescale that can act as a foundation for everything IoT.