Simulink Real-Time

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Getting Started

Simulink Real-Time Overview 1:50
Build, run, and test real-time applications with Simulink Real-Time™.

Speedgoat Target Computer Hardware for Simulink Real-Time 5:06
Use Speedgoat real-time target machines and I/O modules as dedicated target computer hardware for Simulink Real-Time™. Video produced by Speedgoat.

Design and Run Instrument Panels in Simulink Real-Time Explorer 2:39
Create and use instrument panels as user interfaces for real-time applications in Simulink Real-Time™ Explorer.

Controlling Real-Time Applications with Simulink Real-Time Explorer 3:26
Use Simulink Real-Time™ Explorer to manage real-time applications including loading and reloading the applications onto the connected target computer.

FlexRay Protocol Connectivity Support in Simulink Real-Time 6:40
Extend your model’s capabilities with FlexRay driver blocks using Simulink Real-Time™, and create, build, run, and test your model.

Applications (xPC Target)

Robot-Arm Control System using xPC Target 29:24
Set up and control a robot arm in real-time with xPC Target™.

HIL Testing of a Position Control System 17:57
Use Simulink® to model a position control system for radar tracking. The controller is separated from the plant and is discretized.

manroland Develops High-Precision Commercial Printing Press Controller 2:58
Engineers design and model the controller, run real-time simulations, and deploy a production system.

OHB AG Develops Satellite GNC Software for Autonomous Formation Flying 2:49
Engineers model guidance, navigation, and control algorithms, perform real-time simulations, and generate production flight code.

Penn State Teaches Students Automotive Control 2:45
Students design control algorithms, verify them, and perform hardware-in-the-loop testing with a real vehicle.

Penn State Students Learn to Control a Hybrid Electric Vehicle 2:23
Students develop control algorithms for a hybrid electric engine, implement them in a vehicle, and test fuel efficiency on the track.

Penn State Students Transition to Industry 1:56
Students gain hands-on experience with industry-standard software, enabling them to land jobs after graduation and contribute immediately.

Real-Time Physical Modeling Examples (xPC Target)

Simulating in Real Time: Scissor Jack 3:32
Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a scissor jack is simulated on a real-time target.

Simulating in Real Time: Hydraulic Actuator 3:27
Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a hydraulic aileron actuation system is simulated on a real-time target.

Simulating in Real Time: Backhoe 4:26
Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a backhoe is simulated on a real-time target.

Simulating In Real Time: Hydromechanical Example 5:39
Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a hydromechanical pitch control system is simulated on a real-time target.

Simulating In Real Time: Hybrid Electric Vehicle 4:32
Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) is simulated on a real-time target.

Simulating In Real Time: Pneumatic Example 4:21
Configure multiple, independent solvers to enable real-time simulation. The model of a pneumatic actuator is simulated on a real-time target.

Using Local Solvers for Real-Time Simulation 4:22
Configure Simscape™ local solvers on your physical networks to enable real-time simulation. The computations per time step are minimized while maintaining accuracy.

Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) Testing 5:21
Use HIL testing instead of hardware prototypes to test control algorithms. Convert physical model to C code and simulate in real time on controller hardware.

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Simulink Real-Time News

Cochlear Ltd. Streamlines Development of Cochlear Implant Sound Processing Algorithms

“MATLAB, Simulink, and Simulink Real-Time provide a robust, flexible, and efficient means of integrating the many different technologies that cochlear implants require. We identify the best ideas faster, and our recipients experience the improvements in real-time tests, which are essential to our research” – Dr. John Heasman, Cochlear Limited

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