Atmel Tech on Tour: Bringing hands-on technology training to you

Posted on Tuesday, May 21st, 2013 in skills, tutorials by DP


Xykon writes to let us know about the new Atmel Tech on Tour events:

During this hands-on training, you will learn how to lower the power of your system designs using Atmel microcontrollers (MCUs) in conjunction with our wireless and touch solutions. Many of the lessons you’ll learn will be applicable to a wide variety of applications, such as process control nodes for monitoring and controlling systems used in factories, or general MCU systems requiring both wireless and touch user interfaces. Specifically we will focus on a mid-end thermostat that provides basic climate controls with additional sensing, control and interface capabilities. As part of the training, you will be able to walk away with an Atmel SAM4L-EK Evaluation Kit.

You can find the full event agenda here.

Via the forum.

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