Atmel LogoDevelopers using microcontrollers for their applications are tasked with having to choose the best microcontroller (MCU) from over thousands of MCUs on the market today. With short project deadlines, they need to be able to make the right decision, quickly.
Atmel's Xplained Pro kits provide an easy to use and low-cost platform for evaluating and prototyping Atmel Flash-based MCU designs. The kits support evaluation of all the MCU capabilities but also provide the complete tools and embedded software ecosystem which allows developers to move easily from evaluation to prototyping and product development.
This webinar provides a live demonstration of the Xplained Pro kits in the Atmel Studio 6 integrated development platform (IDP). When combined with Atmel Gallery, an online apps store for development tools and embedded software, Xplained Pro kits make it easy to choose the MCU that make your project a success.
About the presenter:
Joerg Bertholdt is director of marketing for MCU tools and software at Atmel Corporation, which he joined in 2011. He is responsible for product and marketing strategy for the company's tools and software solutions, including Atmel® Studio 6, Atmel Software Framework and hardware tools. One of his proudest moments so far is the February 2012 launch of Atmel Studio 6, the company's most successful software launch with more than 100K downloads over a three-month period. Joerg began his career as a software engineer for the German Aeronautics Agency. Around this time, he was also a professional volleyball player for Germany's national team. Over the years, Joerg has held a variety of senior-level marketing positions in companies including MontaVista Software, Wind River Systems, Crossbow Technology and XMOS. Joerg has a master's degree in computer science from Technische Universitat in Munich, Germany. When he's not thinking about software or tools, he enjoys mountain biking and spending time with his family.
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