Discover scalable embedded IoT made easy webinar

26-08-2021 | Mouser Electronics | New Technologies

Mouser has teamed up with Microchip Technology to offer the engineering community a brand-new webinar. The Embedded IoT Made Easy webinar will illustrate the ease of developing a smart, connected and secure IoT application using Microchip Technology’s extensive portfolio of products. The free live webinar is at 11 am CEST on Tuesday, 7 September 2021.

The webinar will explore a variety of solutions for how to efficiently design smart and secure IoT solutions utilising products like the PIC32 WFI32E Curiosity Board. With advanced features that comprise pre-provisioning for cloud platforms such as Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud, Microchip also supports easier on-boarding and off-boarding. The webinar will draw on its total system solution incorporating microcontrollers, microprocessors, FPGAs, RF modules, analogue, timing and power.

Smart connected devices are now becoming even smarter, thanks to AI and machine learning. These enabling technologies are moving nearer to the edge and can be more easily embedded into the most resource-constrained IoT endpoints. The webinar will illustrate how to securely access these important technological developments. The solutions included in the webinar incorporate the SAM-IoT WG development board, which features the Arm Cortex-M0+ based SAMD21G18, the ATECC608A CryptoAuthentication secure element IC and the fully certified ATWINC1510 Wi-Fi network controller.

The webinar will also include fast prototyping utilising the company's latest IoT-focused development kits, which support over 1,000 Mikroe Click boards. Attendees will discover how quick and simple it is to get to a proof-of-concept stage, even when utilising AI and machine learning, by using the power of its advanced development environment.

As the popularity of LPWAN progresses, it will support more devices over longer distances. This webinar will examine the WLR089U0 LoRa Sub-GHz Module – based on the ATSAMR34J18 LoRa IC. This standalone module incorporates a 32-bit Arm Cortex-M0+ processor and provides system power as low as 790nA. Local wireless connectivity is increasingly provided using Bluetooth Low Energy, so attendees will also discover about the evaluation board using RN4870 Bluetooth Low Energy module, with integrated transceiver, RF amplifier and power management unit.

Delivering the webinar are Johan Pauvert, Microchip EMEA wireless marketing manager, and Markus Austermayer, Microchip EU sales leader IoT Ecosystem, who have more than 40 years of industry experience between them.

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