Embedded engineer with 7 years of industry experience and a passion for developer tools. Worked at Pebble and Fitbit helping them ship and maintain millions of wearable devices running RTOS-level firmware. Now a co-founder at Memfault, which is building monitoring tools for the IoT space. You can find some of the articles I've written at: https://interrupt.memfault.com/blog/authors/tyler/.
Memfault is the first IoT reliability platform that empowers teams to build robust devices with software at scale. Memfault applies device reliability engineering (DRE) techniques to transform the way developers build and operate IoT and edge devices. As IoT applications continue to grow in complexity, it is more important than ever for developers to integrate Memfault’s performance monitoring, debugging, and OTA update capabilities into their devices. Memfault was built to enable developers with a more scalable and sustainable process to accelerate go-to-market, de-risk product launches, cut product costs, and deliver overall superior products. The company was founded by engineers with decades of experience from Fitbit, Oculus, and Pebble. Memfault is backed by Uncork Capital, Partech, S28 Capital, and Y Combinator.
The video showcases Memfault, a powerful device reliability platform that empowers hardware companies and firmware engineers to monitor their devices' behavior in the field, from just a few devices to millions. The platform features an intuitive crash analysis tool that mimics the experience of a debugger connected over JTAG to a device. With Memfault, developers can efficiently diagnose issues such as crashes, asserts, performance problems, and connectivity issues.