Wavecom, a provider of embedded wireless technology, and its subsidiary Anyware Technologies have introduced the M2M Studio, a fully integrated suite of tools for the development of embedded software applications for industrial wireless devices based on Wavecom Wireless CPUs.
According to Wavecom, M2M Studio enables developers to create, develop, compile, download, debug and test their applications.
Replacing the existing Open AT IDE, M2M Studio fully integrates previously isolated tools such as the source code editor, project build wizard, target download, RTE mode monitor, JTAG debugger, traces emulator and development tool chain, all within the Eclipse Ganymede framework.
Wavecom has said that its M2M Studio is delivered as a standalone package in the form of a simple Windows installer, or via an online update site for experienced Eclipse users.
A new automatic software update module of M2M Studio will allow developers to upgrade to new releases of the IDE, providing them with easy access to continuous enhancements via Wavecom’s internet update service.
Philippe Guillemette, Chief Technology Officer of Wavecom, said: Delivering best-in-class software has been a priority for Wavecom for many years, and we are proud to launch this new IDE which will make M2M application development a more efficient and enjoyable experience than ever before.