itemis provides free licences for academic use
YAKINDU Statechart Tools is a toolset for software development. It supports the complete development process, from graphical design, through validation and simulation, to the generation of source code for different programming languages such as Java, C or C ++.
The toolset is already in use in numerous university projects and for teaching the concept of state machines, for example at the Technical and Economic University of Budapest and the Weizmann Institute of Science. The inventor of statecharts, Prof. David Harel, recommends the toolset for statechart modelling, and especially appreciates its simple and direct use:
“I like the YAKINDU statechart tool a lot, especially the fact that it is simple and direct, and is not burdened with some of the more advanced, expensive and heavy features of other professional statechart tools.”
itemis AG provides free licences for academic use to support and promote students and teachers. These licences include the complete scope of the toolset, including all additional features of YAKINDU Statechart Tools Professional Edition.
itemis AG, based in Lünen near Dortmund, was founded in 2003 and currently employs around 200 people at locations in Germany, France and Switzerland. Providing industry-specific and technology-independent consulting, it is a leader in the automation of software development processes. itemis also provides strategic consulting, development and deployment of user-friendly solutions for enterprise applications, embedded systems and business applications for mobile devices. With YAKINDU, itemis offers Eclipse-based products for end-to-end software and systems engineering.
As one of the five strategic Eclipse members based in Germany, itemis has a team of eight developers involved in several Eclipse development projects. Wolfgang Neuhaus, a member of the management board of itemis AG, is also member of the board of the Eclipse Foundation.
Further information about the company and its current research projects can be found at www.itemis.com and http://twitter.com/itemis.
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