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How Embedded Device Observability Helps Latch Build Ultra-Reliable Products

Embedded developers have historically found it difficult to obtain high-quality data on the performance and health of their devices once deployed in the field. They've had to rely on customer reports and navigate through complex and time-consuming processes to effectively address any issues that arise. For companies like Latch, who care deeply about product reliability and quality, this isn’t good enough. Find out how they use Memfault to collect high-quality debugging and performance data from their devices in the field and use it to ensure their customers get the best possible product.

DevAlert 2.0 Now Available

DevAlert 2.0, which is now immediately available from Percepio, is a major upgrade to our edge observability platform. The upgrade provides much improved diagnostic capabilities, including core dumps for Arm Cortex-M devices. This allows remote inspection of crashes, errors or security anomalies in full detail, including the function call stack, parameters and variables and with source code display.


Diving into JTAG - Overview (Part 1)

As the first segment of a three-part series on JTAG, this post will give an overview of JTAG to set up some more in-depth discussions on debugging and JTAG Boundary-Scan. We will dive into the intricacies of the interface, such as the Test Access Port (TAP), key registers, instructions, and JTAG’s finite state machine. Like Interrupt? Subscribe to get our latest posts straight to your inbox.

NXP + Memfault + Golioth: Bringing Observability and Device Management to IoT Devices

NXP, Golioth, and Memfault have collaborated to give IoT developers the same composable tooling that cloud developers are accustomed to with modern data architectures. With this partnership, NXP developers can leverage a single, secure connection for instant access to data routing, core dump analysis, and observability for rapid time-to-market and improved IoT device performance. In the webinar, our presenters cover.

Does Tracealyzer fit into my project?

Every developer wants universally applicable tools for their embedded development. However, hardware (processor type) and software (RTOS) architecture can limit the choice, making it a decision for the second-best rather than the best tool – even if you are in the mainstream. This is one of the reasons why Software Development Kits (SDKs) are becoming increasingly popular – even more so if they are easy to use and deploy.


The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT): A Brief Introduction

The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT), a subset of Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, comprises inter-networked devices and applications used in medical and healthcare information technology applications. IoMT devices connect patients, doctors and medical devices — including hospital equipment, diagnostic gear, and wearable technology — by transmitting information over a secure network.


PX5 Announces Tracealyzer Support for PX5 RTOS

A little more than a month ago, we released the free Tracealyzer SDK – a toolkit that allows other embedded software vendors to integrate Tracealyzer recording in their own software. At that time, the development team at PX5 in California were already hard at work combining Tracealyzer with their PX5 RTOS, and yesterday they released the integration. Built with Percepio’s SDK, in a just a few weeks.