This third webinar in the three-part series is centered on enablement for the Freescale Kinetis ARM® Cortex™-M4 based microcontrollers (MCUs). Come learn about the rich hardware and software development environment and how it minimizes your development costs, learning curve, and time to market.
You will also learn about features such as:

  • ARM Cortex-M4 digital signal processing (DSP) and floating-point capabilities using compiler intrinsics
  • Real-time, on-the-fly debugging, performance analyses, and code coverage solutions
  • Freescale’s MQX™ Real-Time Operating System (RTOS), including TCP/IP and USB software stacks
  • Freescale’s modular Tower System platform for rapidly prototyping Kinetis devices

Mike Bisch, Field Applications Engineer, Arrow Electronics

Mike 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. 

Ken Havens, North America Marketing Manager, ARM 

Ken is an experienced marketing and engineering professional with a rich history that includes the design, development, implementation and execution of products and marketing programs around them. Ken has been an engineer for over 20-years and now in a marketing role at ARM; he possesses extensive experience in engineering of new product, innovative marketing programs and working with engineering and marketing teams across the globe. He is experienced in all aspects of design from concept development, defining design requirements, to prototyping, troubleshooting, hardware/software integration, production, marketing as well as procurement and training. Experience in these areas provides a unique perspective to effectively communicate across regional and cultural barriers.