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Tracealyzer v4.6.5 Is Out

Tracealyzer 4.6 Is Out

We have released Tracealyzer version 4.6 with a new, modular trace recorder library, and major improvements in the support for Zephyr and ThreadX.

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Tracealyzer v4.6.5 Is Out

Percepio Joins the Zephyr Project

In recognition of the potential of Zephyr to become the leading independent platform for small IoT devices, Percepio has joined the Zephyr Project as a Silver level sponsoring member.

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Tracealyzer v4.6.5 Is Out

Video: All the News In Tracealyzer 4.5

Two weeks ago we released version 4.5 of Percepio Tracealyzer with a lot of new features in it. Now you can watch Percepio FAE Kristoffer Martinsson as he presents the new features in this video.

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Prepare for a soft landing

Prepare for a soft landing

Swiss student rocket team ARIS from Zürich leverages visual trace diagnostics to smooth the trajectory of its autonomous rocket recovery system.

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Using Tracealyzer to Evaluate Python Algorithms in Linux

Using Tracealyzer to Evaluate Python Algorithms in Linux

In this blog post, we will see how Tracealyzer can be used to quickly and efficiently evaluate multiple implementations of an algorithm in Python, a language that is becoming more common in embedded application development as most machine learning frameworks are implemented in Python.

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Understanding the impact of compiler options on performance

Understanding the impact of compiler options on performance

In this post, we’re going to understand how the combination of LTTng and Tracealyzer can shine light on how compiler options impact performance. The method discussed can come in handy whenever we are evaluating the performance of multiple candidate implementations of a particular feature.

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