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WHAT'S NEW
New FreeRTOS Long Term Support version now available.
FreeRTOS Extended Maintenance Program (EMP) registration now open.
FreeRTOS-Plus-TCP v3.0.0 released:
Featured FreeRTOS IoT Integrations:
Delta Over-the-Air Updates:

Webinars

In Real Time with NXP and FreeRTOS founder Richard Barry.
A webinar and Q&A Series:

Previous sessions (recordings):

Part 1: Discover the benefits of using FreeRTOS in your next NXP Design
Now available on demand
Tue, Feb 15, 2022
This first session took a close look at the benefits of using FreeRTOS in embedded design, including why and when to choose an RTOS over baremetal, an overview of NXP's integration of FreeRTOS into the MCUXpresso SDK, and an exploration of 5 often-overlooked benefits of using FreeRTOS. The session concluded with a live Q&A with Richard Barry, senior principal engineer at AWS and FreeRTOS founder.

Part 2: Quickly add connectivity using FreeRTOS components (coreMQTT)
Now available on demand
Tue, Feb 22, 2022
This session explored FreeRTOS from a connectivity standpoint, looking at the anticipated challenges that embedded connectivity poses. A demonstration showed how NXP's MCUXpresso SDK and coreMQTT from FreeRTOS can enable connected applications. The session concluded with a live Q&A with Richard Barry, senior principal engineer at AWS and FreeRTOS founder.

Part 3: Use advanced techniques and SEGGER tools to Debug a FreeRTOS project
Now available on demand
Tue, Mar 8, 2022
This session featured advanced debug and analysis techniques available for use with FreeRTOS-based projects. In addition to exploring RTOS debug including ThreadAware, visualization, and resolving peripheral/memory conflicts, we took a closer look at how to improve debug with SEGGER tools. A demonstration of how SEGGER SystemView and Ozone debug tools can assist with RTOS debugging was shown. The session concluded with a live Q&A with Richard Barry, senior principal engineer at AWS and FreeRTOS founder.

Part 4: How FreeRTOS supports protection of IoT devices
Now available on demand
Tue, May 17, 2022
This session explored the protection of IoT devices and how FreeRTOS is ideally suited to help you achieve connected and secure products. We took a closer look at five requirements for Secure IoT devices and then validated it with a FreeRTOS example solution based on NXP's i.MX RT1060 EVK and EdgeLock SE050 secure element. The session concluded with a live Q&A with David Walters and FreeRTOS founder Richard Barry, both of AWS.

Part 5: Developing a protected IoT device using FreeRTOS, i.MX RT1060 and EdgeLock SE050
Now available on demand
Tue, May 31, 2022
This session examined in depth a project that fully integrates the required security features for IoT devices using the i.MX RT1060 MCU and EdgeLock SE050 secure element. We demonstrated how the FreeRTOS demo project prepares the identity of an IoT device in order to connect securely with AWS services. Participants left this session knowing how to get started with secure application development using the AWS FreeRTOS demo project. The session concluded with a live Q&A with David Walters and FreeRTOS founder Richard Barry, both of AWS.

Part 6: Deploying protected OTA updates with FreeRTOS & i.MX RT1060 with AWS IoT Services
Now available on demand
Tue, Jun 7, 2022
This session further demonstrated the power of AWS to enable provisioning, onboarding, and device management necessary for large scale production device deployments using the i.MX RT1060 and EdgeLock SE050 secure element. We had a live demonstration of how AWS provides secure fleet management and how to create patches and images required to push OTA updates at a large scale. The session concluded with a live Q&A with Ben Cooke and FreeRTOS founder Richard Barry, both of AWS.

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