Building an app with Qt for MCUs on top of FreeRTOS

 

Join this webinar to learn how to build an example application that uses M4/M7 cores where: M4 core contains safety critical business logic and M7 has all the UI. M7 core logic is additionally split into two tasks: one for UI rendering and other for receiving from M4 core, parsing and passing to M7

NOTE: This is not a training session, this is an overview how to do that with Qt for MCU.

For a complete 1-day programming for microcontrollers training please join Qt World Summit 2020 training or reach www.qt.io/contact-us/ Base (CMake, compilers etc)

  • Building M4 and M7 with one toolchain

  • Bring you own FreeRTOS (m7)

  • Starting QUL task/thread

  • Inter-task cooperation

  • Inter-CPU cooperation

Speaker: Bartosz Taczala, Tech Lead, Siili Bartosz is an experienced in Qt for MCUs and is a tech lead at Siili.

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