IAR Embedded development tools to boost innovative IoT fleet management solution
IAR Systems® announced that Noa Technologies, a provider in sustainable mobility, is using the complete development toolchain IAR Embedded Workbench® to develop an innovative Internet of Things (IoT) fleet management solution.
Thanks to the debugging and compiler capabilities of IAR Embedded Workbench, the engineers at Noa are reportedly able to speed up their development cycle.
“IAR Systems’ products allow us to reduce the time spent on debugging issues during product development, which is critical for a quick product development cycle,” said Pedro Silva, Hardware Engineering manager, Noa Technologies.
Noa’s all-inclusive industrial IoT solution enables easily scalable management of moving assets along the entire asset lifecycle. The solution consists of a fleet management software, which is a cloud-based platform for identifying, tracking, managing and optimising connected devices, and an IoT device that integrates into any moving asset, turning the fleet into a data creation hub. As a start, the company is applying the solution to the bike sharing market.
“IAR Systems’ product IAR Embedded Workbench has one of the most comprehensive toolboxes with fundamental debugging features and a very powerful build tool. It also provides a very consistent compile tool, which enables us to optimise the performance of our products,” said Pedro Silva, Hardware Engineering manager, Noa Technologies. “In addition to the technology, IAR Systems also has a great, and very responsive, customer support team.”
Thanks to a powerful product portfolio and global support services, IAR Systems enables companies worldwide in many different industries to build products for today and innovations of tomorrow. To support innovative projects in renewable energy and clean-tech fields, IAR Systems offers the sponsor program IAR Green Innovation Program that gives small, entrepreneurial technology companies access to powerful development tools.
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