PX5 & Percepio Collaborate on Facilitating Embedded IoT Project Completion

04 December 2023

Respected specialist in high-performance real-time operating system (RTOS) technology PX5 has teamed up with Percepio in relation to supporting resource-limited embedded system development work - such as projects relating to IoT.

As a result, there has been an integration of PX5’s 5th generation industrial-grade RTOS with Percepio’s Tracealyzer system visualisation tool - with the upshot that valuable insights into system behaviour can be derived, leading to shorter development periods and quicker time-to-market. Tracealyzer offers easy porting to PX5, thus facilitating analysis activities. Traces that last for days can be captured. Its trace snapshot feature operates alongside the Percepio DevAlert cloud service to monitor deployed IoT devices, flagging issues that occur in the field and supporting easier debugging.

“It’s nearly impossible for developers to correct a safety, security, or performance issue if they can’t see it, and this integration between PX5 RTOS and Percepio Tracealyzer helps them dive deep into the real-time behaviour of their systems,” states William Lamie, PX5’s CEO. “PX5 RTOS is purpose-built to deliver safety, security, and portability benefits to devices across all IoT sectors, and Tracealyzer adds even more robust capabilities to see exactly what takes place before a system crash and understand firmware better to enhance and optimise applications.”

“PX5 RTOS support for Tracealyzer is a definitive step forward for the embedded industry, as the combination of native POSIX pthreads+ support with deep observability and visualizations offers new ways for developers to develop, deploy, and run critical edge software with confidence,” adds Percepio’s CTO Johan Kraft. “This integration allows manufacturers and their development teams to accelerate the development of safe, secure, and reliable products through a deep understanding of what their applications are actually doing.”


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