UDE Feature Webinars and Video Trainings


Whether you want to get started using UDE or want to learn how to debug embedded software, our webinars and training sessions have just what you need.

For our conducted webinars and training sessions on UDE features, we have collected all video recordings for watching.

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The videos are available on the PLS YouTube channel or, where indicated, on the YouTube channel of our partner Hitex.

Increase your productivity by taking advantage of the scripting and automation features in UDE. Learn the basics or dive into more advanced use cases with examples using the popular Python scripting language.

▶ Webinar: Scripting and Debug Automation

▶ Webinar: How to use Python for Debug Automation with UDE

▶ Webinar: Advanced Scripting for UDE

▶ Webinar: Scripting and Debug Automation with UDE

Learn how to use the on-chip trace capabilities of your MCU to find bugs caused by timing issues or parallel execution. Use the trace-based tools provided by UDE to analyze run-time behavior and identify performance problems in your embedded software.

▶ Webinar: Trace-based Debugging and Run-time Analysis

▶ Webinar: Trace-based Debugging and Run-time Analysis with UDE

▶ Webinar: Tracing S32S in UDE: Multicore Trace and Run-Time Analysis

Get an overview and introduction to debugging applications under the control of an RTOS or based on AUTOSAR. Learn about the RTOS and AUTOSAR awareness provided by UDE.

▶ Webinar: RTOS aware Debugging

▶ Webinar: RTOS aware Debugging with UDE

▶ Webinar: Debugging and Run-Time Analysis of AUTOSAR Applications

Demonstrating sufficient test coverage through code coverage measurements is widely accepted to proof the quality of software tests, especially for safety-critical embedded systems.

Based on on-chip trace, UDE enables code coverage measurements in situations where other code coverage tools reach their limits.

▶ Webinar: Proof Your Test Quality – Non-Intrusive Code Coverage with UDE

▶ Webinar: Non-intrusive code coverage