Programming using KEIL MDK-ARM – Microcontroller Development Tool
|Target Group||Firmware Developers using the KEIL MDK-ARM Development Tool|
|Prerequisites||C Language knowledge, Microcontroller Architecture concepts, Realtime/Embedded Programming concepts|
|Goals||Acquire good knowledge of the KEIL MDK-ARM Development Tool|
|Facts||Duration: 2 Day – 16 hours
Maximum Number of Participants: 4 People
|Content||This workshop is aimed to firmware developers using the KEIL MDK-ARM Development Tool.
During the first day, the full firmware lifecycle is experienced, from creating a project, making use of the ARM Compiler toolchain to create the binaries and programming the target, up to using the uVision debugger to debug the object code.
The second day covers the Arm RTX Realtime Operating System and the Middleware libraries, using a comprehensive set of hands-on examples to exercise the basic capabilities of the libraries.Hands-On training is based on STMicroelectronics STM32F746G DISCOVERY board.
|Agenda day 1||
KEIL MDK-ARM Development Tool
|Agenda day 2||
KEIL MDK-ARM Middleware