uClinux on SmartFusion cSoC using ARM Cortex-M3
This webinar will cover the requirements and tradeoffs of running uClinux on the SmartFusion customizable system-on chip (cSoC) devices, based on ARM's Cortex-M3 processor. Several demonstrations will be shown including a Qt-Embedded graphical interface implementation using a soft-ip LCD controller in the SmartFusion FPGA fabric, a 4-wire SPI LCD demonstration, and additional demonstrations of networking and Linux shell capabilities with uClinux. The demonstrations will be shown on the Emcraft SmartFusion board and on the Microsemi A2F500-DEV-KIT. This presentation is targeted at SmartFusion cSoC customers who are interested in running uClinux and want to see what is possible with this solution.
Kent Meyer, Partner, Emcraft Systems
Kent is a partner at Emcraft Systems, a company focused on embedded Linux solutions for ARM Cortex-M* processors. Prior to Emcraft, Kent was a founding partner of Pigeon Point Systems, a Resident Affiliate at the Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Product Architect at Lynx Real Time Systems (now LynuxWorks), and a Senior Software Engineer at Telesoft. Kent hold a Masters of Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of California, San Diego. Kent has spent his 27 year career focused on Unix, Linux, embedded systems, Real Time Operating Systems, and software/hardware product integration, testing and manufacturing.
Vladimir Khusainov, Founder, Emcraft Systems
Vladimir is a founding partner at Emcraft Systems, a company focused on embedded Linux solutions for ARM Cortex-M* processors. Prior to Emcraft, Vladimir was a Director of Embedded Solutions at Auriga and a UNIX Software Engineer at NICEVT. Vladimir holds a Masters of Software Engineering from Moscow State University. Vladimir has spent his 24 year career focused on Unix, Linux, and Real Time Operating Systems for embedded systems.
Emcraft Systems is a leading provider of uClinux for ARM Cortex-M3 processors.