Analysis of Program Execution and Bus Activities (CAN/LIN) with iSYSTEM tools

 

This webinar will discuss recording and analyzing CAN / CAN-FD / LIN messages during the network activity of the embedded system:

  • Generate triggers and CAN / CAN-FD messages as a response to network events
  • Correlate in time network events with the microcontroller activity
  • Automate the CAN / CAN-FD / LIN recording and testing

 

When: Thursday, October 8th, 3pm CEST (UTC+2)
Who: Aleš Košir, Field Application Engineer, iSYSTEM Germany
Webinar recording is available here.
 
Who should watch?
Many embedded applications run in conjunction with different network busses. Increasingly the relation between the embedded software and network activities is becoming relevant during development, system integration, and testing.

 

For this use case, iSYSTEM provides an iSYSTEM CAN/LIN module which extends the iSYSTEM debugger hardware to a measurement and analysis tool.

Webinar introduces how the CAN/CAN-FD and LIN bus network data can be captured and displayed in in the iSYSTEM IDE, winIDEA, parallel to the microcontroller code execution (trace recording); a technology called iSYSTEM Profiler Inspectors is used for the event / timing analysis; isystem.connect API is used for automation via scripting.

 

About iSYSTEM

We empower embedded software engineers to do it right!

Our BlueBox Technology stands for fast and easy microcontroller access via any kind of debug interface. Complemented with integrated development and test software winIDEA/testIDEA it provides access to on-target timing information. Embedded software engineers can review application timing, analyze real-time operating system states, and undertake code coverage to prove that their products do what they were built to do.

 

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