Hardware In-Loop Testing

Hardware In-Loop (HIL) testing runs the test case code on the target microcontroller rather than using a mocked software layer to act as the hardware. HIL testing can be extremely useful for verifying that hardware accesses from a HAL are working as expected and even test that all outputs from the system work as expected. … Continue reading Hardware In-Loop Testing

CEC – Debugging Real-time Embedded Software – Hands-on

Course Overview: The greatest challenge facing embedded system developers is debugging software. Embedded systems have become very complex systems running real-time operating systems, connectivity stacks, USB, security among a wide variety of other application code. Many engineers are still debugging using only break-points which is inefficient and won’t find most problems. In this course, Jacob … Continue reading CEC – Debugging Real-time Embedded Software – Hands-on