The goal was to minimize transmitted radio frequency distortions, under tight real-time deadlines. Using Tracealyzer, RFI Technology Solutions could evaluate various solutions before committing themselves.
Blog – The RTOS Debug Portal
We got the question from a customer if we could host the Percepio License Manager server for them. And we thought – why not? That sounds like a good idea.
It could take our customer days to locate and fix a memory leak, but when they deployed Tracealyzer the same bug hunt was completed in a matter of hours.
Today at Embedded World 2020, Percepio announces Tracealyzer version 4.4 with new support for embedded Linux systems.
At Embedded World in Germany next week, Percepio will release DevAlert 1.0, the new name for the product we’ve talked about as Device Firmware Monitor during development and beta testing.
Wind River has a major announcement today about Wind River Linux – and Percepio Tracealyzer is ready to help you debug and improve your WR Linux applications.
Check out this video interview and demo given by Percepio CEO and founder Dr. Johan Kraft, interviewed by Brandon Lewis from Embedded Computing Design.
At this year’s Embedded World trade show, Percepio will show an updated Tracealyzer for embedded Linux, and also release Percepio DevAlert 1.0.
Notes on the limitations of printf debugging.
Walter Banks, an important figure in our embedded industry, died earlier this week. He was the founder of Byte Craft, a company that made C compilers for many earl 8-bit MCUs.
Developing with an RTOS can make it easier to design complex applications, but while an RTOS reduces the complexity of the application source code, it does not reduce the inherent complexity of the application itself.
Sometimes you need to step away from the daily grind and set aside time to study the patterns and structures that make up an embedded application. To meet that need, Percepio now offers two online courses in embedded development with a real-time operating system.