Try out new boards before purchasing
Debug boards are often used for software developers to become acquainted with new microcontrollers, microprocessors, etc. while hardware developers are designing custom boards. They can also be used for debugging existing algorithms. It is a very good testing tool, but comes at the cost of requiring some investment. In addition, after working out the necessary algorithms, debug boards may become useless, since further work will be carried out on custom hardware once available.
To avoid unnecessary expenses, as well as to speed up the start of work, developers can now use the All-Hardware service, which offers them the ability to connect remotely for free and test various debug boards based on microcontrollers as if they were right in front of them. Since, in addition to connecting to the board from the IDE, the service also broadcasts a video stream of the selected board, an almost complete illusion of having a board on your table is created.
As we have already defined above, the STM32L562E-DK debug board will be used for a practical assessment of energy efficiency. This board is available on the All-Hardware website, and we will discuss all the practical work of using this service (and you can repeat everything described here on your own, even if you do not have the board available).