NXP Semiconductors

NXP semiconductorsNXP creates solutions that enable Secure Connections for a Smarter World.

Building on its expertise in High Performance Mixed Signal electronics, the company drives innovation in these application areas:

  • Connected Car
  • Security
  • Portable & Wearable
  • Internet of Things

In December 2015, NXP and Freescale Semiconductor announced the completion of their merger. With this merger, NXP is a market leader in automotive semiconductor solutions and products.

Through this merger we have created an industry powerhouse focused on the high growth opportunities in the Smarter World, capitalizing on the emerging opportunities offered by the accelerating demand for connectivity, processing and security. Today’s formation of the new NXP is a transformative step on our journey to become the industry leader in high performance mixed signal solution. Rick Clemmer, NXP Chief Executive Officer.

The NXP LPC microcontroller portfolio represents one of the industry’s broadest selections of 32-bit MCUs. This brings forth best-in class performance, power efficiencies, and breadth of peripherals to a vast range of applications and industries.

The combination of Draupner’s TouchGFX and NXP MCUs gives developers a wide range of options for designing sophisticated embedded GUIs for today’s smart devices.

How to Get Started with NXP Supported Hardware:

Request and download the TouchGFX evaluation version here.

Resources:

NXP TouchGFX Webinar: Integrating a Rich GUI into Your Next IoT Application

Together with NXP, we did a webinar where participants were taught to empower embedded displays with dashing graphics fast and easy by combining TouchGFX and our real-time WYSIWYG add-on tool, TouchGFX Designer, with NXP hardware.

View the webinar presentation here:

NXP webinar
Get the slideshow here.

Demos:

TouchGFX based Sprinkler Demo running on LPC 5460x development board.

This demo illustrates how an internet-enabled home sprinkler system can be visualized and controlled through an NXP LPC54608 with the TouchGFX software framework, and weather data provided by Bluemix.


TouchGFX Demo 2015 on 4.3″ Embedded Artist LPC4088 Display Module

TouchGFX demo running on Embedded Artists LPC4088 Display Module (ARM Cortex M4 – NXP LPC4088 – 120 MHz, 480×272 TFT color LCD display).

The MCU load is displayed on all demo screens. Showing that the application leaves enough processing power to overcome other tasks while doing even complex display updates.


TouchGFX Demo on NXP LPC4353

Using modest hardware, TouchGFX achieves the smartphone look and feel required for modern solutions.

The demo shows the capabilities of our highly optimized graphics library running on cost effective hardware like LPC4353 NXP ARM Cortex M4 204 MHz microcontroller, 5.7” 640×480 TFT color LCD display with capacitive touch.



High-end GUI on TouchGFX Demo

TouchGFX demo application on TouchGFX demo board based on NXP LPC 4353 (ARM Cortex M4/M0 — 204 MHz, 480×272 TFT color LCD display).

The MCU load is displayed in the upper right corner, showing that the application leaves enough processing power to overcome other tasks, even while doing complex display updates.



High-end Graphics on NXP Hardware

Using modest hardware, TouchGFX achieves the smartphone look and feel required for modern solutions.

This video demonstrates the possibilities of the highly optimized graphics library and how Linak and Velux utilized it in collaboration with our expert team.

Contact NXP for more information.