9:30 - 9:40 Introduction
9:40 - 10:15 EBV Elektronik— Cortex-M update and roadmap from ST Micro
10:40 - 10:45 FreeRTOS Introduction
10:45 - 11:15 Break and meet the presenters
11:15 - 12:00 FreeRTOS Continued
12:00 - 12:30 Introduction to visualization with Percepio Tracealyzer
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch for hands-on participants
13:30 - 14:30 Hands-on session - part 1
14:30 - 15:00 Break and meet the presenters
15:00 - 16:00 Hands-on session - part 2
16:00 Wrap-up and meet the presenters
1-day Seminar and Workshop
FREE morning session with optional afternoon hands-on workshop
INDES-IDS in association with EBV Elektronik present:
FreeRTOS and Percepio
- with Richard Barry, founder of the FreeRTOS project
Date: May 2-4, 2016
Place: Eindhoven, Amersfoort, Leuven
Time: 09:30 - 16:00
The hands-on classes are almost fully booked
Richard Barry, founder of the FreeRTOS project will describe the fundamentals of multi-tasking in small embedded systems, including when and how an RTOS can benefit your software design.
Niclas Lindblom will then present the most advanced debugging tool for RTOS based systems, Percepio Tracealyzer. Niclas will then lead two hands-on sessions in which a FreeRTOS-based system is debugged on an ST Nucleo board using Tracealyzer and the concepts explained by Richard Barry.
What you will learn:
- Why use an RTOS, and why use FreeRTOS in particular
- How to create a FreeRTOS application
- The fundamentals of multi-tasking and inter-task communication
- How to maximize the benefit of using an RTOS in your application
- Introduction to visualization with Percepio Tracealyzer
- The advantages of debugging a system using Tracealyzer
- Streaming trace versus snapshot recorder – advantages and when to use
- Real-use cases, success stories
The afternoon hands-on sessions will cover:
- How to configure FreeRTOS to use snapshot, and streaming trace
- Identifying and correcting priority inversions
- How to spot bottlenecks and deadlocks
- Performance and scheduling optimization
Who should attend?
- Engineering managers (recommended for morning session)
- Software engineers
- Software quality
- Test engineers
Meet the presenters
After the presentations and during the breaks, the presenters
will be available to discuss projects in details and provide demonstrations
of their technology.
How do I register?
Register using the button at the top. You will receive a confirmation within a few days. as well as detailed guidelines a few days before the workshop.
What are the costs?
The morning session is free to attend for all registered attendees.
The cost for the hands on sessions in the afternoon including lunch and the NUCLEO-L476RG Kit is € 49.