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Tuesday, November 17 • 2:00pm - 5:00pm
STMicroelectronics Sponsored Workshop - Simplifying Wireless IoT Application Development Using the SensorTile.Box Kit

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This Workshop will show you how to use the STEVAL-MKSBOX1V1 (SensorTile.Box), a ready-to-use kit for wireless IoT applications.

The SensorTile.Box features ST’s newest sensors including LSM6DSOX – IMU with Finite State Machine and Machine Learning Core, LIS2DW12 – ultra low-power Accelerometer, LIS3DHH ultra low-noise Accelerometer, LIS2MDL – wide dynamic range Magnetometer, LPS22HH – improved accuracy barometric Pressure sensor, HTS221 – Relative Humidity and ambient Temperature sensor, STTS751 – on-board Temperature sensor to support temperature compensation, and MP23ABS1 – high performance analog Microphone. The ultra low-power Cortex-M4F STM32L4 provides all the processing capabilities that may be required by the application, while the Bluetooth low-energy module SPBTLE-1S provides the connectivity capabilities to interact with and stream to mobile phones.

This workshop will teach attendees how to use the SensorTile.Box out of the box (entry level mode) with many read-to-use applications to set up sensors, log sensor data, leverage embedded smart sensor functions (pedometer), and perform high-level processing (sensor fusion); the workshop will also show how to build a custom application (expert mode) using the GUI in the ST BLE Sensor app to build the data and control flow; and finally it will show how to develop a custom firmware (pro mode) starting from the examples available in the Function Pack FP-SNS-STBOX1.

Join us and learn how the SensorTile.Box wireless IoT kit can simplify your next application development.
This a working session. For the training on the entry-level and expert mode, participants will need their mobile phone, Android or iOS, with the ST BLE Sensor app installed. For the training on pro mode, participants will need their own laptop running Windows 7 or later, or a MacBook running Windows (Parallels, VM Fusion, etc.); participants should have a basic understanding of the “C” programming language or equivalent. Note: Administrator rights are needed for software and driver installation. ST will provide the development kit and all software.

This workshop is free to all attendees and on a first come, first served basis. Simply sign up during attendee registration.



Tuesday November 17, 2020 2:00pm - 5:00pm AKST
Executive Ballroom E