Learn how visual trace diagnostics can improve embedded software development.
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.6.5 with important updates to the recorder library.
The University of Calgary Solar Car’s software team used Tracealyzer to debug and program their revolutionary car’s battery protect circuit boards (PCBs), including the all-important battery management system board.
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.6.4 with important updates related to DevAlert integration.
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.6.3 with performance improvements and bug fixes.
Learn how to run Tracealyzer 4 on Linux, with requirements and notes on common Linux distributions.
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.6.2, which fixes a number of bugs.
We just released Tracealyzer version 4.6.1, to fix settings related to Percepio License Service.
We have released Tracealyzer version 4.6 with a new, modular trace recorder library, and major improvements in the support for Zephyr and ThreadX.
Percepio today released Tracealyzer 4.6 with official support for Zephyr RTOS and Microsoft Azure RTOS ThreadX. The new release also includes Percepio’s next generation trace recorder library.
Percepio is proud to support the University of Nottingham Race Team in developing the electric vehicle of the future.
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.