Demystifying Trace - Advanced Debugging of Embedded Software
Who: Felix Martin, Systems Engineer, iSYSTEM USA
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Why should you attend:
Hardware tracing is a powerful debugging technique that provides deep insights into the runtime behavior of an ECU. Properly utilizing the hardware trace capabilities of a microcontroller makes it easier to write efficient code and to find bugs quicker.
This webinar provides an overview of hardware trace techniques (such as program flow, data, and instrumentation trace), and discuss different types of trace recording (on-chip trace, parallel, or AURORA trace interface).
Felix will demonstrate a typical trace workflow based on two common microcontroller architectures (Infineon AURIX and NXP Cortex-M S32K148) live in winIDEA.
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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