Overview:
This webinar will cover the requirements and
tradeoffs of running uClinux on the SmartFusion customizable system-on chip
(cSoC) devices, based on ARM’s Cortex-M3 processor. Several demonstrations will
be shown including a Qt-Embedded graphical interface implementation using a
soft-ip LCD controller in the SmartFusion FPGA fabric, a 4-wire SPI LCD
demonstration, and additional demonstrations of networking and Linux shell
capabilities with uClinux. The demonstrations will be shown on the Emcraft
SmartFusion board and on the Microsemi A2F500-DEV-KIT.  This presentation is
targeted at SmartFusion cSoC customers who are interested in running uClinux and
want to see what is possible with this solution.

Presenters:
Kent Meyer, Partner, Emcraft
Systems

Kent is a partner at Emcraft Systems, a company focused on
embedded Linux solutions for ARM Cortex-M* processors. Prior to Emcraft, Kent
was a founding partner of Pigeon Point Systems, a Resident Affiliate at the
Software Engineering Institute (SEI), Product Architect at Lynx Real Time
Systems (now LynuxWorks), and a Senior Software Engineer at Telesoft. Kent hold
a Masters of Software Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, and a B.S. in
Computer Engineering from the University of California, San Diego. Kent has
spent his 27 year career focused on Unix, Linux, embedded systems, Real Time
Operating Systems, and software/hardware product integration, testing and
manufacturing.

Vladimir Khusainov, Founder, Emcraft Systems
Vladimir is a founding partner at Emcraft Systems, a
company focused on embedded Linux solutions for ARM Cortex-M* processors. Prior
to Emcraft, Vladimir was a Director of Embedded Solutions at Auriga and a UNIX
Software Engineer at NICEVT. Vladimir holds a Masters of Software Engineering
from Moscow State University. Vladimir has spent his 24 year career focused on
Unix, Linux, and Real Time Operating Systems for embedded systems.

Emcraft Systems is a leading provider of uClinux for ARM Cortex-M3
processors.