3 hour workshop - LONDON, 05 DEC
Connecting mmWAVE Sensors to the Cloud using TI SimpleLink 3rd Gen WiFi
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Applications close on 15.11.2019
Hosted by
Texas Instruments

Date and time
Thu 05 Dec 2019
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Venue
Cocoon Global
4 Christopher St, London EC2A 2BS
Limited to
30 participants

How to participate
You must apply to participate. If you are selected you will receive an email confirmation after the 15 November 2019. This will include the link to book your free ticket (a non-refundable booking fee of £15 will be charged to limit drop-outs).

Drinks and pizza will be served throughout the night.
Limited to
30 participants

How to participate
You must apply to participate. If you are selected you will receive an email confirmation after the 15 November 2019. This will include the link to book your free ticket (a non-refundable booking fee of £15 will be charged to limit drop-outs).

Drinks and pizza will be served throughout the night.
Have you ever tried to connect your smart IoT devices to a busy Wi-Fi® network, just to have them rendered useless because the network and bandwidth are ridiculously slow? We have solutions for you! Texas Instruments is back and has teamed up with Hardware Pioneers to organise a workshop to introduce the TI SimpleLink CC3235 WiFi MCU and mmWave Sensing Solutions to the participants. At the workshop, you’ll learn about these platforms and work during the practical sessions to integrate them together to create a sensor-to-cloud solution, highlighting the unique features and benefits of these platforms. In addition, you'll gain some hands-on experience on how to apply TI's IoT development kit that combines sensor data with cloud connectivity to get your embedded development project off the ground.

With TI’s new generation of SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi device, the CC3235, you can overcome design challenges to improve network performance, increase system security, maintain low power consumption and extend battery life, all on a single platform that provides common software, resources and trainings.
SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi dual-band devices
Texas Instruments Wi-Fi devices offer a wide range of built-in security features, without any processing burden on the main MCU, allowing you to create highly secure wireless and cloud connected applications.
The CC3235 devices are FIPS 140-2 Level 1, as validated by NIST (the National Institute of Standards and Technology). Design your application with CC3x35 and claim "FIPS Inside" to portray a high level of security.  
New generation of SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® devices
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get your embedded development project off the ground
Integrate TI SimpleLink CC3235 WiFi MCU and mmWave Sensing Solutions together to create a sensor-to-cloud solution, highlighting the unique features and benefits of these platforms.
What you'll learn
Introduction and overview of TI 3rd Gen Wifi Solutions.
Getting Familiar with TI LaunchPad Dev Boards and Connecting to the Cloud.
Connecting mmWave Sensors to the Cloud and Visualising Remotely.
How to navigate and find TI resources related to WiFI Solutions including: product portfolio, tools, reference designs, etc.
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Who is this workshop for?
HARDWARE ENGINEERS
EMBEDDED ENGINEERS
CTO'S
HW / SW DEVELOPERS
This workshop is ideal for hardware and embedded software engineers and developers who are seeking for solutions enabling better cloud connectivity through sensing devices.
Agenda
6:00 pm
Arrival and registration.
Pizza and drinks will be served.
6:20 pm
Event starts.
6:30 pm
Introduction to TI SimpleLink Platform and TI 3rd Generation SimpleLink Wi-Fi.
7:00 pm
Getting Familiar with TI LaunchPad Dev Boards and Connecting to the Cloud.
7:45 pm
Introduction to TI mmWave Sensing Solutions.
8:15 pm
Connecting mmWaveSensors to the Cloud and Visualising Remotely.
8.00pm
Community announcements and demos: This is your time. If you would like to share what you are working on with the community or make any sort of announcement. You have 2 minutes max for a short shoutout.
9:00 pm
Networking and drinks.
9:30 pm
Event ends.
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About the instructors
Texas Instruments
Roger Monk
Wireless Connectivity Systems Applications Engineer
Texas Instruments
Greg Peake
Wireless Connectivity and mmWave Application Engineer
Roger Monk, Wireless Connectivity Systems Applications Engineer at Texas Instruments
Roger joined TI in 1998 and has worked in various technical roles supporting TI Embedded Processing and Analog solutions.  Most recently Roger has been focussing on TI’s SimpleLink Microcontroller platform and building solutions for wireless connectivity solutions for Internet-of-Things applications.
Roger Monk, Wireless Connectivity Systems Applications Engineer at Texas Instruments
Roger joined TI in 1998 and has worked in various technical roles supporting TI Embedded Processing and Analog solutions.  Most recently Roger has been focussing on TI’s SimpleLink™ Microcontroller platform and building solutions for wireless connectivity solutions for Internet-of-Things applications.
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Greg Peake, Wireless Connectivity and mmWave Application Engineer at Texas Instruments
Greg Peake is an Applications Engineer and Senior Member of Technical Staff at TI. Originally starting as a DSP engineer at TI he has had the opportunity to design with and program many of TI's embedded platforms - from DSP to MPU as well as the integration of both. Covering WIFI, Bluetooth, and starting with Sub1G technologies in the industrial space – focussing on robustness, wireless network adapters, and getting customers to production.
About the products and hosting company
CC3235x SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi LaunchPad™ Development Kit
The CC3235 SimpleLink™ LaunchPad™ Development Kit is a low-cost evaluation platform for Arm® Cortex®-M4-based MCUs. The LaunchPad (LP) design highlights the CC3235 Dual Band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) wireless MCU system on a chip. For more information, read this article.
SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® integrated security features
The new SimpleLink Wi-Fi CC3220 wireless MCUs are making it easier for you to design more secure devices. The new products include rich embedded security features such as secure storage, cloning protection, secure boot and networking security.
About Texas Instruments
Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) is a global semiconductor design and manufacturing company that develops analog ICs and embedded processors. By employing the world's brightest minds, TI creates innovations that shape the future of technology. TI is helping approximately 100,000 customers transform the future, today.
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