Announce free virtual workshop “Integrating ARM Cortex-M Processor into Xilinx FPGAs”

Digilent Inc, A National Instruments company, partners with Xilinx and ARM to facilitate a virtual workshop, “Integrating Arm Cortex-M Processors into Xilinx FPGAs”, on June 12th at 13:00 Seoul Time. If you’ve ever wanted to get started with FPGAs without becoming a hardware expert,or are already a hardware expert who wants to integrate Arm Cortex-M processors into your FPGA designs, this workshop is for you.

In this virtual workshop, you will get hands-on experience with creating, programming, debugging, and developing applications for Arm Cortex-M processors in Xilinx FPGAs through DesignStart FPGA.DesignStart FPGA offers instant and free access to Cortex-M1 and Cortex-M3 soft CPU IP for use on FPGA designs. ARM Cortex-M1 processor is optimized for FPGA development while ARM Cortex-M3 features an exceptional 32-bit performance with low dynamic power.

While focused on implementation within an FPGA, the session will also outline the differences in flow used to implement Arm Cortex-M processors within a Zynq or Zynq MPSoC heterogeneous SoC. Attendees will use Digilent Arty S7-50T Spartan 7 FPGA Development Board, Pmod HYGRO Digital Humidity and Temperature Sensor and Pmod NAV 9 axis IMU plus barometer to complete a simple motor control application.

Arty S7-50T
Pmod NAV

Registrants can purchase the recommended hardware Arty S7-50, Pmod HYGRO and Pmod NAV at special discount through Excelpoint, Digilent authorized distributor. You can sign up the virtual workshop online

About Digilent Inc, A National Instruments Company

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