IAR Embedded Workbench is a set of development tools for building and debugging embedded applications.
IAR visualSTATE is a UML-compliant graphical state machine design tool for embedded systems.
Completely integrated kits for development of embedded applications.
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Clean, robust user interface made from the ground up for embedded development — with an easy workflow in mind. Integrates with commonly used version control systems.
Fully integrated software debugger with performance analysis, power visualization, and the broadest range of supported in-circuit debuggers.
Excellent performance in code quality and optimizations in speed and size.
IAR Embedded Workbench is available with certification from TÜV SÜD, delivered with an exhaustive functional safety support agreement.
IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM is available in a version certified for functional safety development according to the requirements of IEC 61508, as well as ISO 26262.
Version 5.52 adds improved optimizations, new Call Graph and Macro Quicklaunch windows, project connections and improved Source Browser performance.
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The standardization and the portability are key differentials of IAR Embedded Workbench and help us improve our competitiveness ...
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