Analog Devices IoT ADICUP3029 hands-on workshop

6th - 7th February 2018

CENSIS IoT Centre Technology Seminar Series

Inovo Building, George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD

6 and 7 February 2018, 10:00am – 3:00pm

Please join CENSIS, Anglia and Analog Devices for a free, interactive design workshop; part of a planned series of seminars brought to you by the CENSIS IoT Centre. This is a one day workshop that runs twice; first on 6 February and repeated on 7  February.


The IoT Centre at CENSIS help SMEs overcome many of the challenges they face in product development and allow them to fast-track the development of IoT products and services. In addition to a demonstration area and project development space, we offer regular technology seminars with high profile vendors to provide advice and guidance on how best to use their products to generate greater business efficiencies.

Who Should Attend?

These workshops are aimed at experienced design engineers, keeping them up-to-date with the latest technical developments around connected devices and IoT.

Regrettably the workshop is not suitable for current undergraduates or new graduates/students who do not hold the minimum level of hardware design experience.

Aims & Objectives

This one-day workshop is a hands-on introduction to Analog Devices EVAL-ADICUP3029 Arduino based wireless development platform for IoT applications. It will explore the ADuCM3029 family of ultra-low power ARM Cortex-M3 microcontrollers and CrossCore Embedded Studio (CCES), an open source Eclipse based Interactive Development Environment (IDE).

The platform contains many hardware and software example projects to make it easier for customers to prototype and create connected systems and solutions for IoT applications.


  • 9:45 Registration and coffee
  • 10:00 Introduction to the day
  • 10:15 Introduction to Analog Devices Ultra-Low Power Microcontroller for IoT Applications

ADI IoT Target Markets and Applications Requirements

ADI Ultra-Low Power Microcontroller Portfolio

ADuCM3029 Ultra-Low Power Microcontrollers, Key Features and Benefits

  • 11:30 Coffee
  • 11:45 ADICUP3029 Wireless Development Platform Hands-on Session

Including Introduction to CrossCore Embedded Studio Development Tools

  • 13:00 Lunch
  • 13:45 ADICUP3029 Wireless Development Platform Hands-on Session (Continued)
  • 15:15 Wrap up, final Q&A, close

 Required Kit

You will need to bring your own laptop on the day. Development boards will be provided for the hands-on sessions. Additionally, it would be advantageous for the hands on session if you have an Android phone or tablet using Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) 5.0 to link between the mobile device and the development platform.

Apply to join us

Places for this event are limited to 12 delegates per day and we expect there will be a lot of interest.

To register your interest, email us and provide the following information:

  1. Tell us you’d like to attend the Analog Devices workshop and the date you’d like to attend (6 or 7 February)
  2. Name and contact details (email and telephone number)
  3. Job title and current employer
  4. Please let us know in a couple of sentences why you are interested in this workshop

The deadline for applying is 16 January 2018. We will contact you by 23 January to let you know the outcome of your application. 

Please note that because of the limited number of places, we’ll have to give priority to engineers with experience or a proven interest in this area.

This is joint event from CENSIS, Anglia and Analog Devices and your application information may be shared with all three organisations.