LCAL0004: STM32 & IOT Remote Laboratory
The LCAL0004 licenses provide access to the STM32 & IOT Remote Laboratory listed below. It is oriented toward education (universities and colleges, but also schools) and training, in courses for Microcontrollers, Computer Architecture, Embedded Systems, Embedded Programming, Internet of Things, Digital Systems, or any subject that can benefit from accessing real STM32 development boards, online.
This product does not require the purchase of any hardware or equipment. The hardware of the remote laboratories is distributed in universities and other institutions around the world, and these licenses give remote access to that distributed equipment, without having to purchase the equipment.
This product includes access to remote laboratories for 6 months, for a unique person per license. Each license cannot be exchanged or transferred to another person. The license can also not be used by automated software. Standard Terms and Conditions of LabsLand apply.
STM32 & IOT laboratory
With this laboratory you can program and control a ST WB55RG Nucleo board. It also includes various input and output peripherals, similar to those that are often used in introductory IoT and microcontroller programming courses.
The technical specification for the laboratory is the following:
Features the STMicroelectronics' Nucleo WB55RG board.
Supports various programming environments:
Fully web-based LabsLand online ID
Online "mbed" Compiler by ARM.
Keil Studio Cloud
Standard offline toolchains such as STM32CubeProgrammerIDE, Keil Studio or GCC-ARM based toolchains
Supports programming different modes for low-energy consumption, perfect for low-energy computing courses.
Supports current monitoring capabilities, so that users can compare consumption for different algorithms, peripheral usage, and energy consumption modes.
Emulated input peripherals:
SHT15 (temperature and humidity)
BMP280 (barometer sensor)
NORP12 RS (LDR, Light Dependent Resistor)
TMP36 (Temperature analog sensor)
MPX5700 AP (Pressure sensor)
Target courses and topics
The STM32 & IOT laboratory is designed to be useful for courses that cover topics such as:
Internet of Things
Microprocessors and microcontrollers
Embedded hardware programming
Low Energy Computing
STMikroelectronics STM32 processors
Ready to use contents
The STM32 & IOT laboratory is designed to be compatible with standard STMikroelectronics resources and resources from other providers, and to be integrated easily into existing courses.
Thanks to its support for various environments and toolchains, it is particularly suitable:
For introductory courses, using the simplified online web-based LabsLand C programming IDE and pre-generated STM32 templates that reduce the getting-started process to just a few seconds and eliminates the need for installing any kind of desktop software.
For all kind of courses, including existing and advanced ones, by leveraging any of the traditional tools (e.g. STM32CubeMX) and desktop-based IDEs and toolchains (Keil, STM32CubeIDE, Eclipse with a GCC-ARM toolchain, etc).
For courses involving near-real-time operating systems through "mbed" OS or using Keil Studio online, fully web-based and without requiring any desktop software.
Every institution (whether it is a school, university, or company) using LabsLand has a LabsLand space.
A LabsLand space is a personalized web where institutions can organize the access to the laboratories by their students. In LabsLand, an institution typically has multiple groups of students using different laboratories. For example, a University or Community College might have multiple classes using remote laboratories, or even in a single class, they might have different groups of students (e.g., Spring 2023, Fall 2024).
The license includes:
In the case of individual users, it includes a license in a special generic space of LabsLand.
In the case of institutions, LabsLand will create a space for the institution with the laboratories included. It is possible to combine different licenses in a single LabsLand space.
The development of this laboratory is being conducted as part of the REMOCLEC project. The REMOCLEC consortium, led by LabsLand, is also formed by the University of Deusto and Plegma Labs. REMOCLEC is funded by the Smart4All European project, which is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.