October 26, 2021

Webinar

Introducing Swan:

A Feather-compatible dev board ready for your most demanding projects

The Blues Wireless Swan is a Feather-compatible dev board built around the ultra-low-power and high-performing STM32L4 from STMicroelectronics. With 2 MB of RAM and 640 KB of flash, it checks in as one of the roomiest and speediest dev kits around.


In this webinar, we will introduce the Swan and show you how easy it is to use in Arduino, CircuitPython and C/C++, how it can be integrated with IoT products using the Blues Wireless Notecard, and how it expands to meet the demands of real-world applications.

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October 26, 2021

Win a Blues Wireless Dev Kit!

GIVEAWAY

Blues Wireless is giving away a dev kit to 2 lucky webinar participants. Register and attend the event online, Tuesday, October 26th to get your name in the drawing to win! Winners get to choose one of two possible dev kit options: a Feather Starter Kit for ESP32 or a Raspberry Pi Starter Kit.

Webinar Overview

45 Minute Presentation | 15 Minute Live Q&A

In this 1-hour webinar you'll learn:

  • How the Blues Wireless Swan uses the STM32L4 to deliver the most capable, extensible, low-power and high-performing Feather board on the market
  • How to get started with the Swan using Arduino, CircuitPython or the STM32CubeIDE
  • How to use the Swan for Notecard-powered IoT projects
  • How to expand your use of the Swan to access additional peripherals and GPIOs on the STM32 MCU

Want to put your webinar knowledge to use? Purchase the Swan developer kit from Blues Wireless today!

About the Hardware

Blues Wireless Swan

The Blues Wireless Swan is a Feather-compatible dev board built around the ultra-low-power and high-performing STM32L4 from STMicroelectronics. With 2 MB of RAM and 640 KB of flash, it checks in as one of the roomiest and speediest dev kits around.

Available in the popular Feather form factor, Swan is ready for any POC using Arduino, CircuitPython or STM32CubeIDE right out of the box. And once you’re ready to move into a pilot, or the complexity of the solution demands it, the Swan can leverage an additional 36 pins from the STM32 MCU through a set of castellated edges on the main PCB to utilize additional GPIOs or buses like I2C, UART, SPI and CAN.

Notecard

The Notecard is a cellular and GPS-enabled device-to-cloud data pump. Connectivity is globally available in 136+ countries. It comes pre-paid with 500MB of data usable over 10 years for a fixed price.


The Notecard itself is a tiny 30mm x 34mm SoM with an m.2 connector for embedding your own board.

Speakers

Brandon Satrom

Zak Fields

Rob Lauer

VP, Developer Experience

Senior DevX Engineer

Developer Relations Lead

Brandon is just a guy, standing in front of a microcontroller, asking it to love him back.

Zak has a long history in the Internet of Things starting in Windows IoT, then moving on to Azure IoT, Particle and now Blues Wireless. He is a maintainer of the Firmata open-source project, and creator of Windows Remote Arduino. Zak is most often found accidentally catching himself or something else on fire. 🔥🔥🔥

Rob is the Developer Relations Lead at Blues Wireless and has a passion for Machine Learning, the IoT, and the open web. You can find Rob rambling as @RobLauer on Twitter.

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