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Embedded Software Tools

Software development for embedded applications includes anything which uses a microcontroller or microprocessor to execute dedicated tasks on its own or within a larger system. Arm has software and tools dedicated to embedded software development for every stage of the project development.
Arm Development Studio
The most comprehensive embedded C/C++ software development toolchain for Arm-based systems – extending from tiny Cortex-M MCUs to server-grade Armv8-A SoCs.
Arm Keil MDK
This is the complete software development solution for Arm Cortex-based microcontrollers, with over 4200 devices to choose from.
Arm Compiler 6 for Functional Safety
Certified by TÜV SÜD for use in functional safety applications up to the highest level, the Arm Compiler 6 for Functional Safety ships with a qualification kit and long-term maintenance to support fast-tracking safety certification.
Debug Probes and Adapters
For embedded C/C++ software development, Arm has a range of debug units to suit all projects. Whether it's high speed serial trace in a deeply embedded system, or simple microcontroller debug, Arm has the right tools for the job.
DSTREAM Debug Adapter
Powerful software debug and optimization with parallel or serial trace on any Arm processor-based hardware target.
DSTREAM-ST Debug Adapter
Powerful software debug and optimization with streamed trace on any Arm processor-based hardware target.
ULINKpro Debug Adapter
This sophisticated unit enables developers to program, debug and analyze applications using high-speed streaming trace which is required for code coverage and performance analysis.
ULINKplus Debug Adapter
ULINKplus combines isolated debug connection, power measurement, and I/O for test automation, providing visibility of function, timing and power consumption of the embedded system.
ULINK2 Debug Adapter
ULINK2 is an entry-level debugger for Cortex-M devices. Control the processor, set breakpoints, and read/write memory contents, all while the processor is running at full speed.