Hi @iarakis, I’ve been working on this off and on over the last several weeks, but I’ve not made any substantive progress with Simplicity Studio and the Thunderboard Sense 2 board. This has taken far longer than I originally anticipated, and at this time, we can’t dedicate the resources to take this any further. For the time being, we do not plan to offer formal support or samples for Simplicity Studio.
To be completely candid, given quality of their documentation, samples, and online forum, I would not recommend using this IDE for a project. That said, if you are keen to continue the exploration yourself, you are welcome to reference our STM32 Samples which use the similarly eclipse-based STM32CubeIDE. The key piece you’d need to figure out when porting one of these samples to Simplicity Studio would be how to configure their SDK and HAL for both reading from the temp/hu sensor on the board and I2C comms with the Notecard. I was disappointed to find that the SiLabs team provides no basic samples for understanding their SDKs, nor samples that actually compile out of the box. If you have the option of choosing a different host for your project, I would recommend you do so.
Sorry again that we can’t provide any further guidance at this time.