Further development of STM32 Embedded Displays – STMicroelectronics
Riverdi announced its successful launch of the 5″ high-quality display module based on STM32U599 microcontroller at Embedded World Exhibition & Conference 2023. This exciting project was initiated in collaboration with STMicroelectronics and aimed to deliver a top-of-the-line display solution to the market.
Visitors to the STMicroelectronics booth could witness the 5″ display module based on the STM32U599 MCU, along with the 10.1″ module with STM32H757 MCU launched back in 2022. Both modules featured Riverdi’s signature high brightness (1000 cd/m2), IPS full viewing angles, and optically bonded displays. The 7″ STM32H7 module is also available, but it was not present at this year’s exhibition.
With the Riverdi 5″ display powered by STM32U599, for the first time ever, STM32 microcontrollers now come equipped with a GPU. The STM32U5x9 is capable of running 3D-like effects that were once only possible on microprocessors. This new technology offers hardware support for SVG images, texture mapping, rotation, scaling, and more. Additionally, graphics assets can be stored directly into the embedded flash of up to 4MB, while the double frame buffer is held in the embedded RAM of 2.5 MB. This makes it an all-in-one system that is incredibly versatile and easy to use.
The 5″ STM32U599 module will soon be available on Riverdi’s website, please keep an eye on our newsletters and social media for further updates.
What’s even more exciting is that the product is customizable, with options such as optimizing the cover glass size, painting, thickness, or even redesigning the PCBA. Customers interested in customizing the module can contact us for more information.