Arm Cortex-M33 Micro-Controller With CAN FD For Secured IoT (Internet-of-Things)
STMicroelectronics introduced their cyber-protection to power-conscious connected devices with the STM32L5 micro-controller (MCU) series featuring the Arm Cortex-M33 core, which also provides a CAN FD interface.
Building on the Cortex-M33, boosting protection for small devices by integrating ARM's Trustzone hardware-based security, the STM32L5-series MCUs add further enhancements. They include software isolation, secure boot, key storage, and hardware cryptographic accelerators. They also provide long run-times powered by coin cells or energy harvesting. Consuming as little as 33 nA in shutdown mode and achieving 402 ULPMark-CP in the EEMBC (Embedded Microcontroller Benchmarking Consortium) ULPBench.
The MCUs support integrated digital and analog peripherals, as well as consumer and industrial interfaces such as CAN FD. Consequently, they provide a platform for applications such as industrial sensors or controls, home-automation devices, smart meters, fitness trackers, smartwatches, medical pumps or meters, and more.
The series is available in standard temperature grade for consumer and commercial applications, or high-temperature grade specified from -40 °C to +125 °C for industrial environments.
This book is designed to introduce you to IoT and the Raspberry Pi 3. It will help you create interesting projects, such as setting up a weather station and measuring temperature and humidity using sensors; it will also show you how to send sensor data to cloud for visualization in real-time.
Then we shift our focus to leveraging IoT for accomplishing complex tasks, such as facial recognition using the Raspberry Pi camera module, AWS Rekognition, and the AWS S3 service. Furthermore, you will master security aspects by building a security surveillance system to protect your premises from intruders using Raspberry Pi, a camera, motion sensors, and AWS Cloud.
We'll also create a real-world project by building a Wi-Fi controlled robot car with Raspberry Pi using a motor driver circuit, DC motor, and a web application.
This book is a must-have as it provides a practical overview of IoT s existing architectures, communication protocols, and security threats at the software and hardware levels security being the most important aspect of IoT.
What you will learn
- Understand the concept of IoT and get familiar with the features of Raspberry Pi
- Learn to integrate sensors and actuators with the Raspberry Pi
- Communicate with cloud and Raspberry using communication protocols such as HTTP and MQTT
- Explore the best practices to ensure the security of your connected devices
Who This Book Is For
If you're a developer or electronics engineer and are curious about the Internet of Things, then this is the book for you. With only a rudimentary understanding of electronics, the Raspberry Pi, or similar credit-card sized computers, and some programming experience, you will be taught to develop state-of-the-art solutions for the Internet of Things in an instant.