STMicroelectronics launches IoT focussed curriculum

STMicroelectronics launches IoT focussed curriculum

By eeNews Europe

The course was developed by Professor William Kaiser at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), for his freshman engineering class. Professors at other universities are also encouraged to adapt and contribute to the course.

The curriculum consists of 8 tutorials designed around ST’s SensorTile stamp-sized module that combines a STM32 Arm-Cortex-M-core microcontroller, 5 MEMS sensors and a Bluetooth network processor, and costs around $80.

“Professor Kaiser’s development of the ‘Introduction to Embedded Systems with SensorTile’ curriculum has been critical to the success of the program, which has now been adopted as a requirement for all computer engineering students at UCLA,” said John Rossi, Americas Region Vice President of Strategic Marketing, STMicroelectronics.

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