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Automotive embedded software must meet stringent reliability and safety requirements, while also delivering performance and a reasonable memory footprint. For automotive embedded software development, you need the right tools that comply with safety and security standards to evaluate, prototype, and test your software. This introduction to Arm software tools can help you get the most out of hardware based on Arm Cortex-A, Cortex-R, and Cortex-M.



Arm Compiler for Embedded FuSa


Safety-Qualified Automotive Compiler with Long-Term Support


A C/C++ embedded toolchain that’s ISO 26262 qualified and boosts code density, architectural accuracy, and safety of your bare-metal, AUTOSAR, and real-time OS applications. 


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Software Components


Tools to Simplify Software Reuse and Accelerate Safety Compliance


The software learning curve is getting steeper, but using a standardized framework helps streamline your development process, ultimately accelerating time to market, safely.


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Arm Development Studio


Fully Featured Development Tool Suite for Seamless Workflows


An end-to-end C and C++ embedded development tool suite that gives you confidence during SoC bring-up activities and helps you find hotspots and compute bottlenecks in the system.


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Do you have the right tools

Do You Have the Right Tools? 

Arm's processors are ubiquitous in every part of the vehicle. From high-performance systems in advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), automated driving (AD), in-vehicle infotainment (IVI) and digital cockpits to gateway, body, and microcontroller endpoints. Read more about how Arm’s software tools accelerate functional safety development.

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An Introduction into Arm’s Microcontrollers for Automotive

An Introduction into Arm’s Microcontrollers for Automotive

Learn how the latest Arm-based MCUs enables the deployment of a common architecture, scalable across applications to meet processing demands, software re-use, and reduced development costs.

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