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Open Source

IAR Systems and Codasip Collaborate to Enable Low-Power RISC-V-Based Applications - News

November 30, 2021

IAR Systems and Codasip announced their partnership enabling joint customers to build low-power embedded applications based on RISC-V. Following this, version 2.11 of IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V now supports the L30 and L50 processors from Codasip.


IAR Systems Enables Next Generation Automotive Applications with NXP's S32K3 MCU Family - News

November 22, 2021

IAR Systems presented the latest addition to its list of microcontrollers (MCUs) supported by IAR Embedded Workbench for Arm. Now available is support for NXP's S32K3 MCU family designed for body electronics, battery management, and zone and domain controllers.

Software & OS

IAR Systems Launches Cross-Platform Build Tools for Building and Testing in CI/CD Environments - News

November 05, 2021

IAR Systems now provides IAR Build Tools for Arm with support for Linux and Windows installations, further extending IAR Systems’ offering for flexible automated workflows with automated builds.

Open Source

IAR Systems Extends Functional Safety Offering for RISC-V with Build Tools for Linux - News

October 25, 2021

IAR Systems announced that its build tools for RISC-V supporting deployment in Linux-based frameworks have been certified by TÜV SÜD for functional safety development.

Open Source

IAR Systems Collaborates with NSITEXE to Accelerate Functional Safety Development for RISC-V - News

August 02, 2021

IAR Systems announced its partnership with NSITEXE which will focus on bringing high-performance development tools solutions with functional safety and support services to applications based on RISC-V.


You Will Be Hacked. Be Ready For It - Story

June 23, 2021

When I started the research for this article, I was looking for how OEMs could keep their systems safe from hackers. By the time I finished the research, it became clear to me that my vision was not accurate. You can not design a system that can’t breached, unless it’s one that does not connect to the outside world.