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Starter Kit for State Machine-Based Development for Embedded Systems

IAR Systems recently announced a starter kit for the state machine toolset IAR visualSTATE. Aimed at developers interested in exploring state machine-based embedded development, it includes evaluation versions of IAR visualSTATE as well as the embedded development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench. The kit’s evaluation board comprises an STMicroelectronics STM32F429 and an I-jet Lite debug probe. VS IAR

You can use IAR visualSTATE to develop design from a high level. In addition, the tools offer advanced formal verification, analysis, and validation. It contains an easy-to-use evaluation board that can be powered via the included debug probe I-jet Lite, which provides JTAG and SWD debug interfaces.

IAR visualSTATE is completely integrated with the powerful C/C++ compiler and debugger toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench. When using the tools together, full state machine debugging on hardware is available.

IAR KickStart Kit for visualSTATE costs $209.

Source: IAR Systems

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