An increasing number of every-day devices not only contain a
microcontroller inside but they are also connected with the
Internet. With the increasing need to design products that combine
skills from the embedded world with those from the Web/Internet
environment. Every time different disciplines merge exciting
developments are unleashed. In this course you will learn about
ARM-based microprocessors (in particular the Cortex M0 from Nordic
Semiconductor), how to program these processors, work with sensors
and actuators, to communicate with other devices (and particularly
smart phones and tablets) using Bluetooth Smart (which is a fairly
new low-power radio technology), and Internet technologies used in
Structure: Presentation and practical exercises. The necessary hardware will be provided by ARM Limited.
Maximal number of participants: 20
Hannes Tschofenig is employed by ARM Limited. His work life focused on developing global standards to make the Internet work better. He has been active in one of the leading Internet standards developing organizations, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), for the past 14+ years and has contributed to more than 60 technical specifications on security, privacy, and emergency services. Prior employers include the European Data Protection Supervisor, Nokia/Nokia Networks, and Siemens.