At embedded world 2019, IAR Systems will present its technology for IoT security, developed with its sister company Secure Thingz, a global domain expert in device security, embedded systems and lifecycle management. In addition, the company will show its strengthened functional safety offering for automotive, and a preview of upcoming complete tools for RISC-V.
At IAR Systems’ booth, embedded world visitors can expect a full program of free technical 20-minute-seminars. On all three show days, experts from IAR Systems and its partners, including Si-Five, Microchip, Arm, Renesas and Amazon Web Services, give insights to embedded development and debugging, functional safety and code quality, and IoT security.
Connected devices in the Internet of Things continue to be vulnerable to increasingly sophisticated cybercriminals. At embedded world 2019, IAR Systems together with its sister company Secure Thingz will be showcasing the new product Embedded Trust – which will help embedded developers to consistently implement security into their products to protect them from counterfeiting, unauthorized usage, invasive attacks, and other security threats. The companies will also demonstrate a new innovative product to simplify security development throughout the development team.
The versions of IAR Embedded Workbench that are certified for functional safety development have recently experienced strong demand in the automotive sector. The pre-certified development toolchain fulfills all requirements according to ISO 26262, which is used for automotive safety-related systems, and IEC 61508, the international umbrella standard for functional safety, including standards derived from it. At embedded world 2019, IAR Systems will demonstrate the latest versions of the functional safety tools with special focus on automotive software development.
Another demo that can be seen at IAR Systems’ booth is the not-yet-launched IAR Embedded Workbench for RISC-V. The toolchain will bring leading compiler technology, static code analysis and extensive debug functionality to the RISC-V community.