For developers  preparing to write application code that targets a full-featured,  32-bit microcontroller, like those in Atmel’s AVR UC3 family, a  real-time kernel is indispensible.  Kernels facilitate the development  of efficient, multitask applications, and they can be surprisingly easy  to use.  In this Webinar, Micriµm’s Matt Gordon will show how to get a  real-time kernel up and running on Atmel’s UC3-equipped EVK1100 board in  just a matter of minutes.  Matt’s demonstrations will be based on  Micriµm’s µC/OS-III, a popular kernel known for its clean code and  reliable performance.  All attendees of the event will be able to  download Matt’s code to experience µC/OS-III firsthand.


Attendees will be entered into a drawing for one of ten licenses for the Micrium uC/Probe software, a $1000 value.

UPDATE! Download the software used in this exclusive webinar with the following information:


Hardware used in the Webinar

  1. Atmel’s EVK1100
  2. AVR JTAGICE mkII and AVR ONE! debuggers (Only one of these two tools will be needed to follow along with the Webinar example.)


Software used in the Webinar

  1. uC/OS-III example project for the EVK1100, available from (username: Atmel_Webinar, password: NK5v2ksb)
  2. Free Kickstart edition of IAR Embedded Workbench for Atmel AVR32, available from