To access Keil Studio Cloud, you need an Arm Account . If you already have an Mbed account, you can use it to access Keil Studio.
To work with development boards over USB, you must use Keil Studio in a desktop browser that supports the WebUSB standard: Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge (Chromium). All other features are supported in the latest versions of the following desktop browsers: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Opera, Safari, and Mozilla Firefox.
Go to keil.arm.com .
Click the Hardware menu to see the list of supported hardware.
You can search for a board by name or vendor, or filter the list by vendor or core. You can also display boards with example projects with the Only include boards with example projects checkbox.
Search for and select the V2M-MPS3-SSE-300-FVP board in the list.
You can either download or import example projects into Keil Studio from the Projects tab and get access to board details from the Features and Documentation tabs.
Find the Blinky example in the Projects tab and click the Open in Keil Studio button.
Click Add project. The project loads to your workspace and is the active project. The README.md file of the project displays. Review the file to learn more about project settings and board requirements.
In the top-left corner, select the Target hardware. Set to AVH (SSE-300-MPS3):
To stop program execution, click the Cancel button.
If you want to review or change the software components that are used in the project, open the Manage Software Components view by clicking button (3):
The view opens and shows the currently selected software components:
Using the Show selected only toggle, you can switch between this short view and the full list of components. In the full list, enable or disable components as required.