XMC4000: One microcontroller platform - countless solutions

Speaker: Manfred Choutka, Infineon

The 32-bit XMC4000 family based on an industry standard core the ARM Cortex M4 marks a cornerstone in microcontroller design for real-time critical systems. Infineon addresses three high-level trends for microcontrollers in industrial drives, automation and renewable energy efficiency, the need to enhance connectivity between systems and the reduce of software complexity. Software complexity is one of the major problems for embedded systems development especially for small and medium sized companies. To challenge this major issue, Infineon came up with the new DAVE 3 free Eclipse based software framework.


 


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