Robin Herrmann

Robin Herrmann is working as a student at itemis since 2017 and is currently doing his master degree in "Informations- & Elektrotechnik" at the FH Dortmund. He is interested in the development of embedded systems and uses YAKINDU Statechart Tools therefore.
Robin Herrmann

Recent Posts

Using Eclipse Mita with YAKINDU Statechart Tools

Using YAKINDU Statechart Tools is an effective way to describe reactive, event-driven systems. As part of my master thesis I took YAKINDU Statechart Tools and implemented a custom code generator for the new programming language Eclipse Mita. In this blog post I want to show you how it works and how you can use it in your development. Read more >

How to Integrate Arduino with Eclipse Mita

Developing embedded devices, especially for IoT applications, can be a very complex task and requires a lot of knowledge. In the last blog post of my colleague Thomas Kutz we introduced Eclipse Mita, a new programming language designed for developing embedded IoT devices. It comes with a concise syntax based on event-driven paradigms and abstracts from the underlying hardware.  Read more >

SCT µConnect – microcontroller support in YAKINDU Statechart Tools

By default, statechart models in YAKINDU Statechart Tools are platform-agnostic. There are  no assumptions made about any target platform. Thus the code is platform-independent, and the generated C or C++ code can be used on any microcontroller.  Read more >

How to integrate YAKINDU Statechart Tools in your IDE step by step

You want to use YAKINDU Statechart Tools, but you do not want to bloat your toolchain by yet another tool? Here’s how we can help. Read more >

How to program a MSP430 with State Machines in 5 minutes

In this blog I will show you how you can use state machines in your MSP430 projects easily. Read more >


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