Planet Debug Enables Remote Work on Real Hardware

Feb. 28, 2022
With the help of cameras and remote Wi-Fi-based programming, the CODEGRIP debugging tool lets students access the development boards and attached interface devices to develop projects anywhere on Earth, and at any time.

This video is part of TechXchange Talks and TechXchange: Trace Debugging Techniques

MikroElektronika recently released Planet Debug, giving engineering students at universities and technical colleges remote access to microcontroller development systems as part of their online education courses. With the help of cameras and remote Wi-Fi-based programming, the CODEGRIP debugging tool lets students access the development boards and attached interface devices to develop projects by sitting at their places of work, anywhere on Earth, and at any time suitable to them. We talk to Nebojsa Matic, CEO of MikroE, about the new tool and what it can mean for engineering students.

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