Learn about the highly efficient math and low power capabilities of the ARM Cortex-M4 core and Freescale’s Kinetis advanced peripherals at the second in a series of three live webinars presented by Arrow Electronics, Freescale Semiconductor, and ARM. 
Over the course of this webinar series, we will dive into the features of the new Cortex-M4-based Kinetis portfolio, its applications, and the ecosystem of tools and software surrounding it. 
This second webinar in the 3-part series shows specific industrial and low power application examples and discusses the features of the new Cortex-M4 core and the Kinetis families of microcontrollers. The first webinar provided an overview of the core & peripheral features. Now, through a series of application examples, we demonstrate how the combination of the highly efficient math and low power capabilities of the ARM Cortex-M4 core and the differentiating benefits of the Freescale’s Kinetis advanced features creates integrated solutions addressing a broad array of applications across many markets. 
You will also learn about the applications for the Kinetis families:
  • Specific hardware capabilities for accelerating control and signal processing algorithms
  • FlexMemory features
  • Low Leakage Wake up unit (LLWU) for energy management
  • Specific communication peripherals
Mike Bisch, Field Applications Engineer, Arrow Electronics
Mike Bisch is a field applications engineer for Arrow in St. Louis. Prior to Arrow, Mike designed medical electronics for Covidien Healthcare and Bausch & Lomb for 24 years. Mike has been awarded 12 U.S. patents and is a senior member of IEEE. 
Shyam Sadasivan, Product Manager, ARM
Shyam has been with ARM since 2002, contributing in many areas including designing I/O interfaces, developing new design methodologies, and product marketing for leading processors. Shyam is currently working on extending the reach of Cortex-M processor technologies into new markets and applications.