Explore this SafeAssure solution for ASIL D applications. This highly optimized Qorivva MCU and system basis chip (SBC) solution offers independent fail-safe monitoring for power management. It also features MCU external assessment of SBC architecture and concept to fit for ISO 26262 within an optimized ecosystem.


Features

  • Safe Assure solution to fit for ASIL D applications
  • Highly optimized SBC + MCU solution inside a new EVM ecosystem
  • Independent fail-safe monitoring unit for power management and MCU
  • External assessment of SBC (System Based Chip) architecture and concept fit for ISO 26262
  • MC33907 independent from physical and electrical stand point. It is Monitoring MCU and Power Management
  • Presenting different components for the safe assure program


As the Smart Home starts to gather momentum, a number of competing Wireless Communication standards are fighting for dominance. With ZigBee now becoming dominant in the low-power networking market, there is no surprise that two new low power technology Thread and Bluetooth Low Energy with the new Mesh capability are both trying to enter this market to get a piece of the cake. Moreover competing IoT platforms from the Thread Group (Google/Nest), Allseen Alliance (Qualcomm), Apple's Homekit, the Open Interconnect Consortium (Intel) and many others are creating even more confusion. So in this confusing array of Wireless Communication standards and Iot platforms, what are the main features of each and what does it means for NXP ?. This session will provide an overview of these Wireless connectivity standards and IoT platforms, their capabilities, and their implication for NXP IoT.

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As the Smart Home starts to gather momentum, a number of competing Wireless Communication standards are fighting for dominance. With ZigBee now becoming dominant in the low-power networking market, there is no surprise that two new low power technology Thread and Bluetooth Low Energy with the new Mesh capability are both trying to enter this market to get a piece of the cake. Moreover competing IoT platforms from the Thread Group (Google/Nest), Allseen Alliance (Qualcomm), Apple's Homekit, the Open Interconnect Consortium (Intel) and many others are creating even more confusion. So in this confusing array of Wireless Communication standards and Iot platforms, what are the main features of each and what does it means for NXP ?. This session will provide an overview of these Wireless connectivity standards and IoT platforms, their capabilities, and their implication for NXP IoT.

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What you will Learn

Wireless connectivity standards and IoT platforms

Course Outline

  • Part 1| IoT Market Overview
    • 1.1| Growth Opportunities for IoT
    • 1.2| Low-Power Wireless Connectivity Drives Growth
    • 1.3| Demand vs. Adoption for IoT
  • Part 2| Overall MCU Portfolio
    • 2.1| The NXP Value Proposition for IoT Applications
    • 2.2| NXP Products to Enable The Smart Home
    • 2.3| Roadmap for Zigbee Software Releases
  • Part 3| The 802.15.4 Wireless Controller
    • 3.1| Zigbee: JN5169 Overview
    • 3.2| Zigbee: JN517x Wireless MCU Overview
    • 3.3| Thread KW Series
    • 3.4| NXP's Thread Hardware Offering
  • Part 4| Combo 802.15.4/BLE Wireless Controller
    • 4.1| KW41Z & Mobile Wireless Standards (MWS)
    • 4.2| JN5180 Wireless MCU & JN5180S Secure Wireless MCU
    • 4.3| Key Benefits of eSCORE & Security SW
  • Part 5| BLE Wireless Microcontrollers

Whether your requirements are size and power, or range and bandwidth, there is a right-sized Wi-Fi solution available now for your i.MX-based processor design! Through partnerships with industry leaders in Wi-Fi technology and module design, NXP can now offer proven Wi-Fi solutions across a range of size, power and performance levels suitable for consumer, automotive, industrial and battery-powered mobile or remote i.MX-based applications. In this session we will cover the latest Wi-Fi protocols, certifications, and interoperability issues for Wi-Fi, as well as the range of wireless LAN solutions now available for use with i.MX applications processors and evaluation boards.

About This Course

Whether your requirements are size and power, or range and bandwidth, there is a right-sized Wi-Fi solution available now for your i.MX-based processor design! Through partnerships with industry leaders in Wi-Fi technology and module design, NXP can now offer proven Wi-Fi solutions across a range of size, power and performance levels suitable for consumer, automotive, industrial and battery-powered mobile or remote i.MX-based applications. In this session we will cover the latest Wi-Fi protocols, certifications, and interoperability issues for Wi-Fi, as well as the range of wireless LAN solutions now available for use with i.MX applications processors and evaluation boards.

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Course Outline

  • Part 1| Brief Overview of Murata Electronics
  • Part 2| Tools & Hardware
    • 2.1| Collaboration on Connected Products
    • 2.2| Connectivity Options for i.MX
    • 2.3| i.MX Plug 'n Play Solution
    • 2.4| NXP Integrated Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Software Solution
    • 2.5| Murata Wi-Fi/Bluetooth EVK's
    • 2.6| Integrated Connectivity Solution from NXP & Murata
    • 2.7| Murata Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Modules
    • 2.8| Murata Modules/Kits in Distribution
    • 2.9| Customer Support
  • Part 3| Overview of Integrated NXP i.MX & Murata Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Solutions
    • 3.1| i.MX 6SX V-Link
    • 3.2| Mistral i.MX6 Nano SOM
    • 3.3| Wearable Platform: WaRP7 with Type 1DX
    • 3.4| i.MX 7D Sabre-SD with Type ZP
    • 3.5| i.MX8 with Type 1FD
  • Part 4| Customer Success Stories