Embedded everywhere

With code as our shared passion and base, we enable our customers to create and secure the products of today and the innovations of tomorrow. That has made us the world’s leading provider of software and services for the development of embedded systems.

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39

years in business and counting

Ingenjörsfirman (Engineering firm) Anders Rundgren started our journey in 1983. Today, over 150,000 developers are using our software and we will continue to support them with the tools they need for any future projects.

30

times a day you interact with a product made by one of our customers

At least 30 times a day, you get in contact with a product programmed by one of our customers ranging from world-leading corporations to small and mid-sized companies.

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million lines of code in main product

Our most popular product, the development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench for Arm, includes more than 3 million lines of code.

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What embedded developers must know

EU Cyber Resilience Act

Every embedded developer and engineer working within or building products sold to the EU must understand the context of this proposal.

The IAR Systems Embedded Security Solutions team has covered what you need to know in a point-of-view document listing standards, definitions, impact, and available solutions.

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Webinars on-demand

How to get started in no time with RISC-V embedded development

In this session, programmers will learn what’s available and how to work with a professional compiler and measure the effects of optimization in the application. In addition, developers will learn the importance of code quality and how to enforce the best practices.

Finally, in the circumstance that the product needs to be certified, the presenter will explore how to accelerate the path to achieving certification.

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