Charles J. Lord

Charles J. Lord, PE is an embedded systems consultant and trainer with over 40 years' experience in system design and development in medical, military, and industrial applications. For the last twelve years, he has specialized in the integration of communication protocols into clients' products, including USB, Ethernet, and low-power wireless including ZigBee, 6LoWPAN, LoRa, and Thread. He has taught classes in these protocols for Freescale, Renesas, various universities and conferences including ESC and Arm TechCon. He has been a design partner with Freescale/NXP, Microchip, and Renesas. He also teaches webinars for various clients on IoT and embedded systems topics. He earned his BS in electrical engineering from N.C. State University in Raleigh, N.C. and provides training and consulting services through his company, Blue Ridge Advanced Design, in Asheville, N.C. He is a licensed professional engineer in NC and a senior member of the IEEE. In his volunteer work at the IEEE, he has served at many levels from local to regional to board committees. He is currently the chair of the IEEE Western NC Section, NC Council and was general chair of IEEE SoutheastCon 1995 and 2017.

April 23 - Day 4: Building a Solution Using an ARM Controller

As IoT/IIoT nodes become more scalable (numerous), they will also need to become more autonomous. In this and the next class we will look at a possible solution via a representative “low-end” ARM microcontroller, using the Freescale K64 ARM Cortex M4 controller on an inexpensive FRDM-...
April 23, 2015 - 2:00pm EDT

April 22 - Day 3: Solutions for Cloud Storage in the IoT

After the Day 2 class, where we investigate procedures for interfacing with cloud services and storage solutions, we will look at methods in current use to interface IoT/IIoT networks to cloud computing and storage. We will also look at tools for developing and monitoring cloud applications, using...
April 22, 2015 - 2:00pm EDT

April 21 - Day 2: Introduction to Cloud Computing

This class will cover a brief history of the cloud, identify the major providers of cloud services, and examine the needs for interfacing to these services. We will compare high-level services such as Google Drive and Dropbox with the basic toolbox of services from Google Cloud Services, Amazon,...
April 21, 2015 - 2:00pm EDT

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