Feabhas to Present at ARM Users Conference

Feabhas will be discussing how to develop a generic hard-fault handler for ARM Cortex-M3/Cortex-M4 whilst also investigating the ARMv7-M exception models and the CoreSight architecture for debug support.

Training experts Feabhas have announced that they will be exhibiting and presenting a paper at this year's one day ARM User Conference entitled “ARM – Continually Raising the Standard”, to be held at Stoneleigh Park near Coventry on the 19th September 2013


The Conference will give attendees an overview of the latest technologies currently available with ARM-based microcontrollers and development tools, as well as look at future planned developments.

Feabhas is a recognised leader in the training of software engineers for realtime and embedded systems, and is also an ARM Approved Training Centre. Feabhas's clients include many of the world's leading technology companies, whose staff regularly attend Feabhas training courses.  The range of courses available at Feabhas includes subjects such as C/C++, Embedded Linux, Android, UML, SysML and Software Testing.

"We are very pleased to be a part of this event," said Niall Cooling, Managing Director at Feabhas. "This Conference is shaping up to be a very informative and useful day for anyone involved in embedded system development. We undertake a lot of training with ARM devices, so our presentation slot will give us a chance to share some of our knowledge and experience in this field."

The presentations at the Conference will be a mix of the latest innovative developments from key Silicon vendors and leading software providers. Through the day the presentations will cover the latest hardware developments, practical software techniques, through to new technology including the coming “Internet of Things”. The presentations will be technology-based as opposed to road maps or sales pitches. This is to ensure that every delegate will leave having gained real knowledge and value from the day.

"Our presentation will explain how, in the ARM Cortex M3/4 (ARMv7-M), all exceptions are handled, by default, by a busy-wait loop. This talk will explain how to replace this with a generic, but useful, fault handler routine that reports on the fault type and code location," said Niall Cooling. "As part of the talk, the ARMv7-M exception model will be investigated as well as the CoreSight architecture for debug support."

Register here for this event.