September, 2022: ModusToolbox™ Provides a Flexible and Extensible Development Environment Enabling you to Rapidly Design for the IoT
PSoC™ 4 and ModusToolbox™ have simplified some of the complex portions of embedded system design making it easier for you to get your product to market faster. Functions such as analog sensor integration, capacitive touch, and wireless connectivity have been integrated and optimized in the PSoC™ 4 to just work.
The ModusToolbox™ enablement environment is a collection of development tools, libraries, and embedded runtime assets architected to provide a flexible and comprehensive development experience, enabling you to easily bring out the capabilities of the PSoC™ 4 microcontroller.
The PSoC™ 4 portfolio consists of several families of Arm® Cortex®-M0 and Cortex®-M0+ microcontrollers. Most devices in the portfolio include Infineon's CAPSENSE™ technology for capacitive-sensing applications. Other key features in the PSoC™ 4 portfolio include a customizable analog-front-end through programmable analog blocks as well as wired and wireless connectivity options such as USB, CAN, and Bluetooth® Low Energy. These unique features make PSoC™ 4 the industry's most flexible and scalable low-power mixed-signal architecture.