Phaedrus Systems supports engineers at all stages of embedded safety-critical and high-integrity projects. Tools available include requirements capture for IEC 61508, EN 50128 , DO178 and nuclear applications, a SIL3 RTOS and compiler validation reports. Consultants have experience working on automotive, rail and aerospace applications, meeting standards such as IEC 61508 SIL4, and D0178B. Backing these is a wide range of other relevant embedded tools, including code checkers, USB and TCP/IP stacks, development kits, debuggers and ICEs. There is also a Technical library
We are once again supporting the Device Developer Conference. This free four centre event in Reading, Cambridge, Manchester and Uphall (Scotland) during May/June is for the entire team as it covers software development, hardware development, off the shelf solutions, debug tools, certification and test.
We will be speaking on Debugging Embedded Systems.
embOS-Trace from Percepio gives a deep insight into the runtime world of SEGGER embOS using J-Link debug probes. Percepio embOS-Trace is the latest member in Percepio’s Tracealyzer family and the embOS integration has been developed in collaboration with SEGGER.
It provides continuous trace streaming of runtime events, such as scheduling, interrupt handlers, kernel calls and application events using software-defined trace
Click here for Percepio range of RTOS trace tools
A new all-in-one debug and trace solution has been developed by Lauterbach in response to the breakthrough of Cortex-M processors into the embedded market.
This lower cost, but full featured, system called µTrace specifically targets the Cortex-M family. Complete with Lauterbach's TRACE32 debugging software.
For more information click here
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