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Founded in Sweden in 1983, IAR Systems is the world’s leading provider of software for programming of embedded systems. More than 14,000 corporations use its software to develop new competitive products in the areas of industrial automation, medical devices, consumer electronics, telecommunications, automotive products, etc.
C/C++ compilers and debuggers
IAR Embedded Workbench features comprehensive and capable tools that enable you to develop new competitive products. Outstanding speed optimizations enable IAR Embedded Workbench to generate faster code than ever before. With the shortest possible execution times it is the ultimate choice for developing low-power applications. User-friendliness is improved with a new source browser and text editor. The world-leading C/C++ compiler and debugger tool suite, with the broadest MCU support, is now even more powerful.
State machine tools
IAR visualSTATE is a set of highly sophisticated and easy-to-use development tools for designing, testing and implementing embedded applications based on state machines. IAR visualSTATE creates a graphical overview of the application, with direct graphical feedback on various levels of detail. It allows you to outline your application and then step by step add functionality at a more detailed level. The system structure is represented with a high-level, hierarchical perspective that enables you to maintain the overview of complex applications.
Each starter kit contains all the hardware and software you need to get going quickly. IAR KickStart Kit is a complete evaluation environment for embedded system applications available for a vast selection of target.
In-circuit debug probes
An in-circuit debugging probe connects the chip's JTAG/SWD ports via USB to a PC, enabling you to use the PC to view exactly what happens on the chip when the application is running. JTAGjet is an advanced debug probe for high-end applications, while I-jet is fully plug-and-play compatible and easy to use. It features automatic core recognition, and direct download into the flash memory of most popular ARM MCUs.