IAR Systems updates design and code generation tool for event-driven embedded systems

May 30, 2018 Jamie Leland

IAR Systems has launched version 9.1 of the graphical modeling tool IAR Visual State, used to graphically design state machines and generate C/C++ source code. The new version adds several functions, including functionality for comparing changes between different versions of a design, element files for simplified design modularization, and the possibility to add graphics in notes.

IAR Visual State generates compact code that is compliant with MISRA C/C++ coding standards. The stable code generation engine has gone through 20 years of testing and tweaking, and documentation is generated. The tool is integrated with the complete C/C++ compiler and debugger toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench, enabling debugging on hardware with graphical animation, setting breakpoints at state-machine level, and trace and log functionality. An integration with Socionext CGI Studio enables the creation of human machine interface (HMI) and graphical user interface (GUI) designs, import graphical artwork, and combine sceneries with logic.

Find more information at www.iar.com/visualstate.

Previous White Paper
Implementing Secured Software Updates for IoT Devices
Implementing Secured Software Updates for IoT Devices

This paper provides a comprehensive summary of theoretical approaches and recipes for practical implementat...

Next Article
Using a memory protection unit with an RTOS, part 4
Using a memory protection unit with an RTOS, part 4

In this last installment of this series on using an RTOS with an MPU, we’ll look how you group RAM by proce...


Stay updated on Developer Tools & Operating Systems with the Dev Tools and OS edition of our Embedded Daily newsletter

Subscribed! Look for 1st copy soon.
Error - something went wrong!