This week we released version 4.3.6 of Tracealyzer, a maintenance and bugfix release – we fixed about 50 minor issues in this one.
Percepio's stand at ArmTechCon. ArmTechCon 2017 is over and we have packed up and left. We spent two days talking to users and meeting partners, and we showed the upcoming Tracealyzer version 4 for the first time. We will have more to say about both Tracealyzer 4 and ArmTechCon in the coming weeks, but there's one little [...]
The ”theme” of this year’s Arm TechCon conference is of course … Arm. Over 4000 embedded systems specialists are expected to descend upon Santa Clara, California, in two weeks to discuss all things Arm, from silicon design and software development to computer vision and the Internet of Things. Among these enthusiasts is of course a [...]
Photo: Sara Arnald, CC-BY Have you ever wanted to debug your hobby MCU project with a tracing tool, but felt that you couldn't afford a pro tool like Percepio Tracealyzer? Well, now you can! From now till the end of this year, you can purchase a non-commercial Tracealyzer Makers Edition license at the heavily discounted price [...]
A research group at Mälardalen University here in Västerås, Sweden, is investigating how RTOS trace tools like Percepio Tracealyzer can be extended for testing purposes and automatically detect bugs related to concurrency and timing. To validate their research, they need real-world bug examples. We at Percepio want to help them obtain RTOS traces, recorded with Tracealyzer, [...]
Alan Hawse, evangelist and 26-year veteran at Cypress Semiconductor, has published an informative blog post detailing how you can integrate Percepio Tracealyzer into Cypress’ developer toolset PSoC Creator. “As you have probably noticed, I have spent a significant amount of time in the last few months doing FreeRTOS projects,” he writes, and “One thing that [...]
Microchip Masters: Understanding and Meeting real-time constraints in MPLAB Harmony RTOS applications
Percepio’s Field Application Engineer Niclas Lindblom will talk about using Percepio Tracealyzer to debug common timing issues in RTOS applications at the Microchip MASTERs tech conference in the U.S. in August. Niclas shares a four-hour class with Darren Wenn, Global Group Leader for embedded development at Microchip, and they will focus on the combination of [...]
Microchip Masters: Understanding and Meeting real-time constraints in MPLAB Harmony RTOS applications (European edition)
Percepio’s Field Application Engineer Niclas Lindblom will talk about using Percepio Tracealyzer to debug common timing issues in RTOS applications at the Microchip MASTERs tech conference in Berlin in September. Niclas shares a four-hour class with Darren Wenn, Global Group Leader for embedded development at Microchip, and they will focus on the combination of Tracealyzer [...]
You may have heard about "Running Snail", a team of German university students building an electric race car as a school project – we blogged about them last year. Now they're at it again, they will build a new car for the 2017/18 competitive season, and of course Percepio will continue to sponsor the team with licenses [...]
Sometimes debugging a problem can seem like the three blind men encountering an elephant for the first time. Each came in contact with a different part of the elephant and drew completely different conclusions. Read Mike Skrtic's blog on Electronic Specifier, or Download Tracealyzer and see the whole picture for yourself. [...]
We are proud to announce the availability of Tracealyzer for µC/OS-III, targeting embedded software developers using Micrium's popular RTOS. In collaboration with Micrium we have also integrated support for Tracealyzer in the latest version of µC/OS-III (v3.0.6) which makes it very easy to get started. Tracealyzer for µC/OS-III visualizes the real-time behavior of the firmware running Micrium µC/OS-III and [...]
Check out Erich Styger's review of our upcoming solution for FreeRTOS trace streaming via SEGGER J-Link debug probes.