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ST Developers Conference: IoT and SensorTile Make a Splash, Literally!

835 Views September 7, 2017

ST Developers Conference

After months of preparation, numerous blog posts, and massive anticipation, the ST Developers Conference took place yesterday in Santa Clara, California, and the excitement was palpable. With a lot more demos, booths, and presentations than last year, professionals and enthusiasts across a broad range of industries got to see innovations, learn about new technologies, and receive specialized training. Thanks …

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ST Developers Conference: Secure Boot and Firmware Upgrade Made Easy Thanks to Hands-on Lab

270 Views August 30, 2017

Security

One of the greatest challenges when designing new connected devices is impeccable security. This is why ST will hold a hands-on lab on secure boot and firmware update during its Developers Conference that will take place in Santa Clara on September 6. IoT has taught us one thing: nothing is safe! One of the big security scandals this summer …

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ST Developers Conference: Time-of-Flight Sensors, New Applications with Record-Breaking Components

416 Views August 4, 2017

FlightSense

Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensors are often under-appreciated, which is why John Kvam from ST will hold two lectures at the next Developers Conference that will take place in Santa Clara, California, on September 6, to introduce them and explain how to optimize products around them. When people hear “proximity sensor”, they most often think of smartphones, laptops, or automated …

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ST Developers Conference: V2X Communications, The Talkative Cars of Tomorrow

375 Views August 3, 2017

V2X

To ensure developers can deal with the rise of connected cars, Raed (pronounced as “ra’ed”) Shatara from ST will hold a lecture on V2X communication at the next Developers Conference that will take place on September 6 in Santa Clara, California. V2X means Vehicle-to-Everything, and it’s a term that encompasses a broad range of communication systems, such as …

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NFC Technology is simplifying the IoT

333 Views November 29, 2016

FC (Near Field Communication) technology is at the heart of an expanding spectrum of easy-to-use, contactless applications

NFC (Near Field Communication) technology is at the heart of an expanding spectrum of easy-to-use, contactless applications because it helps simplify the connection of devices. Available at low cost and operating with low to zero power, it is ideal for IoT connectivity in devices that need to connect only occasionally. NFC-enabled devices within IoT applications talk to each other and then to …

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STM32 Secure Firmware: Protecting your privacy in the connected digital world

508 Views November 4, 2016

STM32 microcontrollers are now available in more than 700 different devices in 10 different series, spanning the spectrum from ultra-low power to extremely high performance. Many of these use state-of-the-art security features, including cryptographic accelerators and provision for secure-key storage, to provide connected objects with a high level of protection against online threats.

From traditional smartcard applications such as SIM, banking, …

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by Pamela Mccracken

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Stepper Motor Drivers – A Look at the PowerSTEP01

238 Views October 26, 2016

Did you know that ST offers a system-in-package stepper motor driver? The PowerSTEP01 integrates 8 N-channel 16 mΩ MOSFETs for stepper applications up to 85 V with a SPI programmable controller, providing full digital control of the motion through a speed profile generation and positioning calculations.

To learn more, check out this video:

 

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ST Developers Conference 2016 online – for those who couldn’t make it in person

450 Views October 14, 2016

The ST Developers Conference 2016 took place in Santa Clara, California on October 4th with more than 600 attendees. In order to share the proceedings with those that were unable to travel so far or who had conflicting engagements, we have created some dedicated post-event web pages for you.

We have now loaded all the presentations, organised by subject track:

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