The Power of Two: Renesas MCUs plus FREE production software from Micrium equals fast and affordable time to market
Renesas and Micrium join forces to present this exciting webinar. As embedded applications continue to add more features, the software required to run those applications is becoming increasingly complex. At the same time, many engineering organizations are under tremendous pressure to get to market faster with more differentiated products. This webinar will examine software trends in embedded applications and discuss how a Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) and accompanying middleware stacks for communication and storage can be leveraged by embedded developers as trusted building blocks. Freed from having to worry about implementing these non-differentiating features, developers may now focus more of their energy on making their products stand out. Details on the extraordinary promotion offer wherein developers using Renesas RX and RL78 microcontrollers can qualify to receive free production Micrium RTOS and Middleware as well as free support will be given during the webinar.
What attendees will learn:
Attendees will learn how to quickly and easily leverage industry leading microcontroller architectures with industry leading software for a fast and affordable time to market. The following topics will be covered:
- Trends in embedded software
- What is an RTOS?
- Why use a Real-Time kernel?
- Structure of an RTOS
- Middleware components
- File Systems
- USB (Host and Device)
- Advantages of Run-Time Monitoring
- The Power of Two promotion details
Duration: 50 minutes + Q&A
Who should attend:
Developers of embedded hardware or software for medical, aerospace, communications, industrial, and consumer applications
Stevan Dobrasevic, RX Product Marketing team member, Renesas
At Renesas Electronics America Inc., Stevan Dobrasevic is a member of the RX product marketing team, which is responsible for the RX600 and RX200 product series. He has fifteen years of experience working in a variety of design, management, and marketing roles at various semiconductor companies. Debrasevic holds degrees in engineering, physics, and business.
Jean J. Labrosse, Founder, CEO and President, Micrium
Jean Labrosse founded Micrium in 1999 and continues to maintain an active role in product development, ensuring that the company adheres to the strict policies and standards that make it strong. Labrosse is a regular speaker at the Embedded Systems Conference in Boston and Silicon Valley, and other industry conferences. He is the author of three definitive books on embedded design: MicroC/OS-II, The Real-Time Kernel, Embedded Systems Building Blocks, Complete and Ready-to-Use Modules in C, and µC/OS-III, The Real-Time Kernel, and has published numerous articles and appeared on industry panels on the subject of embedded design. He holds BSEE and MSEE degrees from the University of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.