Embedded software development

ElecEmbedded hardware systems cannot function without embedded software. Previously, there were electronic measuring and control systems that consisted entirely of hardware. In an embedded system, the software takes over a considerable part of these electronic measurement and control tasks. Because the software can be replaced more easily, a device can be adapted more flexibly to future requirements.

Nowadays there are many examples of embedded systems. Think of your wireless router, printer or home thermostat. To give just a few examples.

The following microcontrollers are widely used for Embedded software:

  • STM32 (ARM Cortex M0/M3/M4F)
  • Freescale i.MX
  • PIC (microchip)
  • MSP430 (Texas instruments)

Microcontrollers that we also support are:

  • STM8
  • Freescale i.MX
  • Aduc (analog devices)
  • Chipcon (combi controller en RF engine)
  • 8051 derivaten (philips, infineon etc.)
  • PSoc (Cypress)
  • Atmel (mega series)
  • Hitachi (H8 series)

Development environments that we apply/use a lot:

  • KEIL
  • MPLab
  • AVR Studio
  • MS Visual studio
  • PSOC designer
  • GNU Tools

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