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25 Oct 2021

Keil Studio workshop available

Successful IoT implementations require collaboration and a robust ecosystem of support and tools. Keil Studio Cloud provides a cloud-native platform with direct Git integration for collaboration of distributed teams, and modern CI workflows for rapid development.

Seamless support for all development phases

With cloud-based embedded development, developers can simply connect evaluation boards from various semiconductor manufacturers via USB and immediately load, test, and change various sample programs on the target system using a web browser. There is no need for a complicated tool installation and the software examples are always up to date. If you want to evaluate microcontrollers, you save time and effort with Keil Studio Cloud during the discovery and exploration phase as the setup is ready to use.

Later, you can switch to classic desktop tools for a more detailed analysis. Keil Studio Cloud can load projects directly from the desktop version, Keil MDK, and vice versa. This gives the necessary flexibility and allows you to switch to cloud technology step-by-step.

A hands-on workshop

This introductory workshop presented at Arm DevSummit 2021, allows attendees to experience the workflow first-hand. They will prototype an IoT end node application, connect it to the cloud, and debug it via their browser. The recording of the workshop is now available. The following projects are demonstrated on the NXP i/MXRT1050-EVKB board:

  1. A simple Blinky project to get started and verify the connection of the board and the PC. This example is available on the i.MXRT1050-EVKB board page.
  2. A micro speech example using Tensorflow Lite for microcontrollers. You can fork the repo on GitHub. You can also import it in Keil Studio Cloud directly from there using the import button.
  3. An example that demonstrates the subscribe-publish workflow of MQTT, using AWS as the cloud service provider. It is using CMSIS-Packs provided by AWS (including FreeRTOS) and is imported from the i.MXRT1050-EVKB board page.


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