Swiss army knife
I use the ARM boards usually as a quick way to flexibly interface some external circuits to a computer via USB; e.g., temperature sensors, pH sensors, microwave detectors…
        They are like a ‘Swiss army knife,’ cheaper and more quickly available than building something dedicated from scratch.
—Thomas K.
Government Researcher
Today and tomorrow we are demonstrating our Android controlled robots at GoogleIO in San Francisco (perhaps the biggest tech event of the year).
        The robots all use your Super Pro board. Your boards connect with the Android tablets via Bluetooth.
—Mike W., Stupid Fun Club


        Now Coridium has expanded the Arduino Shield-compatible line to include two different dual core ARM CPUs the LPC54102 and the DATAlogger. This combines the fast ARM Cortex M4 CPU with floating point acceleration and a second ARM M0 CPU with a wide array of peripherals.


        Coridium has supplied BASIC compilers for a variety of ARM processors for more than 10 years. If you are curious about it's features, you can run an emulator version on the PC.

        We have expanded the C compiler GUI to handle more ARM vendors and have made it easy to change the Tcl code to add new vendors. Download the new MakeItC. This includes an embedded C printf source and runtime debugger.


        As part of a new design with the LPC11U35 we have published an open source hardware design for a JTAG debugger. Check out the details here.


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