Ultra-low-power, small footprint MCUs play an important role in the rapid expansion of the Internet of Things. These battery-operated and (often) portable sensing nodes collect, monitor and process the real-world data that powers IoT.

During this webinar you will learn what makes Renesas’ RL78 microcontrollers ideal for these IoT edge nodes and the importance of near-sensor processing, highlighted by real-world application examples that provide everything needed to “build your own” IoT application.


Michael Clodfelter, Sr. Staff Applications Engineer, Renesas Electronics

Michael specializes in the design and development of microcontroller-based embedded platforms for low-Power, battery-operated IoT sub-systems. In his 20+ years at NEC/Renesas he has gained expertise in analog interfaces, LCD and VF displays, digital A/V and more supporting applications in industrial and building automation, telecom, automotive and white goods. A member if IEEE and graduate of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Michael is also a HAM Radio enthusiast.