Development boards are great for prototyping and developing a proof of concept.  But to take a project to the next level, whether as a hobbyist or professional developer, we need to consider custom hardware.  This session will focus on how BSPs within ModusToolbox can be used to migrate an application prototype on a development kit to a new hardware design.

What You Will Learn By Attending:

  • Explore the concept of a ModusToolbox BSP
  • Create a custom BSP based on a hardware schematic
  • Migrate our existing application to the custom hardware

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About ModusToolboxTm︎ Workshop Series:

Embedded developers must navigate the complexity of software tools, seeking out the most efficient development workflows and run-time resources that align to their product requirements.  This workshop series centers around ModusToolboxTm software, Infineon’s answer to efficient embedded development. Throughout this virtual workshop we will be exploring the various IDEs, configuration tools, and workflows that support embedded application development.  We will cover topics ranging from the basic getting started steps utilizing available sample projects to porting our application on to custom hardware.


Delivered as a 4-part bi-weekly series of virtual workshops, each 1-hour session will showcase using ModusToolboxTm in various development phases of an embedded application.  Each session builds in complexity to provide a wholistic overview but can be viewed standalone with no perquisites of previous sessions.  


The series will leverage the CY8CPROTO-062S2-43439 development kit featuring the PSoCTm 62 microcontroller.  Participants desiring to follow along can order this board using the following link.  However, having a kit is not required to benefit from this workshop.

Dates and Register for Free:

Workshop and Objectives:  Dates and Registration: 

Session 1 - Understanding the Concepts of ModusToolbox

What You'll Learn:

  • Introduction to ModusToolboxTm
  • Workflow options for supported IDEs
  • How to integrate and manage middleware
  • Explore API functions available for PSoC microcontrollers

Wednesday 20th of March 2024

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Session 2: Getting Started with ModusToolboxTm︎ using CAPSENSETm︎ Capacitive Touch

What You Will Learn By Attending:

  • Create a ModusToolbox application
  • Integrate CAPSENSE middleware
  • Leverage the CAPSENSE Tuner application to visualize touch performance

Wednesday 3rd of April 2024

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Session 3: Connecting with ModusToolboxTm︎ using Wi-Fi and MQTT

What You Will Learn By Attending:

  • Explore the available ModusToolbox connectivity examples projects
  • Connect our development board to Wi-Fi
  • Leverage a local MQTT broker to publish and subscribe to messages
  • Connect our application to AWS

Wednesday 17th of April 2024

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Session 4: Porting a ModusToolbox Application to Custom Hardware

What You Will Learn By Attending:

  • Explore the concept of a ModusToolbox BSP
  • Create a custom BSP based on a hardware schematic
  • Migrate our existing application to the custom hardware

Thursday 2nd of May 2024

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The Presenter:

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Clark Jarvis, Software Technical Marketer at Infineon
Building on two decades of product experience for embedded software and development tools, Clark focuses on creating efficient and intuitive design experiences to help embedded engineers ultimately master and speed the development of IoT and industrial applications.

More about infineon:

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Infineon Technologies is a leading manufacturer of semiconductor and system solutions for automotive, industrial electronics, chip card and security as well as applications in communications with a strategic focus on the three main areas: Energy Efficiency, Communications and Security Infineon’s products stand out for their reliability, their quality excellence and their innovative and leading-edge technology in analog and mixed signal, RF and power as well as embedded control. 

You can find out more about infineon on the Community, and their products at the online store. 

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