Trefasgatan 3
3rd floor
V?ster, 721 30
[email protected]
Articles related to Percepio
Debug & Test

Percepio Introduces DevAlert Sandbox - News

June 09, 2022

Percepio released DevAlert Sandbox, a ready-to-run online platform for Percepio DevAlert, the company’s monitoring framework for remote anomaly detection and debugging of RTOS software.


Five Reasons Why the IoT Industry Needs to Embrace the Device Feedback Loop - Blog

February 18, 2022

How often do you notice things like in this photo?


Percepio Releases Tracealyzer 4.6 with Improved Zephyr and ThreadX Support - News

February 09, 2022

Percepio released Tracealyzer 4.6 with official support for Zephyr RTOS and Microsoft Azure RTOS ThreadX.

Open Source

Baumer, Infineon, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Percepio, and Silicon Labs Select Zephyr RTOS for their Next Generation of Products and Solutions - News

January 17, 2022

The Zephyr Project announced a milestone with Baumer joining as a Platinum member and Infineon Technologies, Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc., Percepio, and Silicon Labs joining as Silver members. 

Debug & Test

Percepio Improves Tracealyzer Debug on Microsoft Azure ThreadX RTOS - News

December 30, 2021

Percepio has improved Tracealyzer support for Microsoft Azure and the Azure ThreadX RTOS by integrating its trace recorder in ThreadX so that hours or days of trace data can be streamed to and stored on the host system for profiling or burn-in testing. The Percepio DevAlert IoT device monitoring service also now runs on Azure.

Debug & Test

Painless Multithreading: Five Easy Tips to Get Out of Debugging Hell - Story

December 06, 2021

One of the more underappreciated aspects of a multithreaded RTOS application is that you cannot just look at the code to fully understand how the application works.

Debug & Test

Embedded Linux Debugging Made Easier - Blog

August 04, 2021

Debugging embedded Linux is highly complex, presenting even the most experienced of embedded systems developers with many challenges. But visual trace diagnostics tools that specifically support embedded Linux can make the job considerably easier.