The powerful toolkit for developing state machines

The YAKINDU Statechart Tools Professional Edition provides an integrated modelling environment for the specification and development of reactive, event-driven systems. Based on the concept of state machines it brings great features.

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Single Licence

Maintenance and Support:
300€ p. year

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Floating Licence

Maintenance and Support:
750€ p. year

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Academic Licence

Maintenance and Support:
included

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Frequently Asked Questions

If you want to use YAKINDU Statechart Tools to build commercial software you should choose our Professional Edition. If you are a student or a professor and want to use it in research and education you should choose our Professional Edition, too. Itemis provides free licences for academic use. If you don’t need the professional features and support you can use the open source Community Edition.

The Professional Edition is built on top of the Community Edition and adds a rich feature set that ease the development of embedded systems software. Users of the Professional Edition also get Professional Support directly from the YAKINDU development team.

Yes - if you use the features of the Professional Edition. No - if the features of the Community Edition fit your needs. However, features that are part of our Professional Edition can not be used after the 30 day trial has expired.

Yes, only updates and professional support will expire. Costs for maintenance and support are included for one year. After the first year support and maintenance is available for € 300,- (p. Single Licence) and € 750,- (p. Floating Licence) per year and has to be ordered separately. During maintenance you will receive software updates and professional support.

Yes, you can. The source code of YAKINDU Statechart Tools is provided under the Eclipse Public Licence. The open source code generators coming with YAKINDU Statechart Tools do not imply any licence constraints on the generated code. The generated code is property of the user (as person or organization). There is no need to make the generated code open source. The user is free to choose any licence model for the generated code.