To download a free copy of aiT, fill out and sign the Evaluation License Agreement form (PDF) and email or fax it to us.
aiT runs under 64-bit Windows and 64-bit Linux. The trial version is identical to the full commercial version, but your license will expire after 30 days.
Your free license also covers the optional ValueAnalyzer add-on, to grant you as complete an insight as possible into the actual workings of your application. And you can get static stack-usage analysis enabled, too.
If you have any questions first, or need aiT for a currently-unsupported processor/compiler/OS, email our support.
There’s no need to figure out aiT by yourself or read the manual cover to cover. Your trial begins with a free interactive Web-based training. We use WebEx for sharing our desktop with you, and regular phone for the sound.
After just about 90 minutes, on a date and time of your own choosing, you are set to go. And it’s only then that your license file gets activated, so you still have a full 30 days left.
Don’t hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions during your trial. You can even request additional WebEx sessions if you need help with setting up an analysis, writing a complex annotation, or investigating a tricky part of your code.
All commercial licenses also include 180 days of free support and updates. Major new releases are published twice a year, which means you’ll receive at least one update for free.
The pricing depends on your target processor, compiler, and the number of installations. Qualification Support Kits and the ValueAnalyzer add-on are available at a fraction of the cost. A department license is as affordable as 2.5 single-user licenses. Academic users get a 50% discount.