Join hardware enthusiasts around the globe in this interactive, live build-along. In this workshop, we will go step-by-step building a motor control project with the MiniZed. No FPGA experience required.
The new Xilinx Vitis tool is a unified software development environment that not only allows users to create embedded solutions but also accelerate applications from the processing system to the programmable logic.
In this build-along workshop we'll provide an in-depth walk through of how to create a Vitis embedded application on the MiniZed. The end project will be a low cost MiniZed motor control application using Vitis.
To be eligible for this special offer you are required to send proof of a MiniZed purchase to email@example.com before January 13, 2020 at 9:00AM PT.
Plus get $5 Off a MiniZedwith code MINIZEDBUILD on avnet.com
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About the MiniZed
MiniZed™ is a single-core Zynq 7Z007S development board.
With the advent of the latest cost-optimized portfolio from Xilinx, this board targets entry-level Zynq developers with a low-cost prototyping platform.
This compact design features on-board connectivity through USB, Wi-Fi and
Bluetooth. Peripherals can be plugged into dual Pmod-compatible connectors, the Arduino-compatible shield interface or the USB 2.0 host interface. JTAG circuitry is incorporated onto the MiniZed base board, so with a single microUSB cable to your laptop you are already up and running. User LED’s, a button and a switch allow for a physical board interface.
The MiniZed Kit includes the development board, a voucher for SDSoC license from Xilinx and a micro USB cable.
Adam Taylor is the author of the MicroZed Chronicles which, over 5 years, 270 plus articles and 20 million plus views has taught engineers how to use the Zynq, Zynq MPSoC and Xilinx FPGAs. When he is not teaching or writing about FPGA /SoC development Adam develops FPGA based solutions for a range of applications including RADAR, nuclear reactors, satellites, cryptography and image processing. Adam is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology and Visiting Professor of embedded systems at the University of Lincoln, he is also the owner of the engineering and consultancy company Adiuvo Engineering and Training