With an emSTAMP-Neon and TouchGFX GUI Designer you can create a modern GUI easily and quickly. You can spontaneously present your results thanks to simple operation, predefined skins, widgets and a graphic simulator. TouchGFX for STM32 boards is a slim system. Smooth animations can be created (based on FreeRTOS) in combination with the emSTAMP-Neon Single Board Computer.
The SBC-SAMA5D36 is based on the Microchip ATSAMA5D36 processor and supports the Linux operating system. The previous Linux version Yocto Dizzy (1.7) has now been replaced by the current version Yocto Sumo 2.5.3. Read the details in the following article.
The emSBC-Neon is a single board computer with the emstamp-neon module. This module is powered by the STM32F469 from STMicroelectronics and run FreeRTOS. In this blog post, we are going to see how we can add a simple task (or thread) using the set of free tools from STMicroelectronics. If you are not already familiar with the tools, please read the
“emSTAMP-Neon Software Manual Developer Kit” available on our Support page.
Today there are various demands on a system regarding safety, security, energy efficiency as well as performance, connectivity or real-time capability, especially within the scope of the Internet of Things. Heterogeneous multicore systems provide structures and mechanisms to comply with these demands on a single SoC.
We recently released our new mainline-Kernel based Debian and Yocto BSPs for our i.mx6 based System on Modules. In this article we'll give you a short overview of the advantages of the new BSP era! Beside the recent Kernel Versions delivered, new userspace APIs have to be used to access peripherals.