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About Workbench

Workbench provides content and a customizable online platform that brings maker-inspired activities to students, schools and consumers. The company's learning platform turns partner content into custom interactive learning challenges that reward users, driving engagement and extending a partner's education community. The original installation,, is a free, maker-education website which offers projects to allow students to make things while supporting parent and teacher goals.

Workbench Headquarters Location

101 W. Dickman Street

Baltimore, Maryland, 21230,

United States


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Workbench Patents

Workbench has filed 1 patent.

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Latest Workbench News

Embedded World: Arm Cortex-M85 coverage from IAR Embedded Workbench

Jun 13, 2022

IAR Systems has included Arm’s new Cortex-M85 core in its latest version of the Embedded Workbench tool chain – version 9.30. This is Arm’s highest performance Cortex-M processor, and it has just become available on Arm Virtual Hardware. “Thanks to our collaboration with Arm, we enable early technology adoption of the Cortex-M85 processor, bringing use cases for future embedded applications with AI at the end-point,” said IAR CTO Anders Holmberg. “Embedded Workbench for Arm” has code optimisation capabilities for performance and power, debugging and analysis – the latter including static and run-time analysis tools, code and data breakpoints, run-time stack analysis, call stack visualisation, code coverage analysis and power consumption monitoring. “For efficient automated workflows, IAR Build Tools for Arm enable cross platform-based frameworks and large-scale deployments of critical software building and testing,” claimed IAR. v9.3 also supports Arm Cortex-M Custom Instructions. IAR Systems will be at Embedded World 2022 (21-23 June 2022, Nuremberg) in hall 4 on stand 4-240 Recommended Articles

  • When was Workbench founded?

    Workbench was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Workbench's headquarters?

    Workbench's headquarters is located at 101 W. Dickman Street, Baltimore.

  • What is Workbench's latest funding round?

    Workbench's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • How much did Workbench raise?

    Workbench raised a total of $2.95M.

  • Who are the investors of Workbench?

    Investors of Workbench include Google, Brown Advisory, Sagamore Ventures and SFP Capital.

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