Developing and Verifying Active Safety Features Using MATLAB and Simulink

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Guido Sandmann, MathWorks
Takuya Otani, MathWorks
Chris Fillyaw, MathWorks
Steve Kuznicki, MathWorks

Active safety technology is continuously evolving, however, there is one thing that is not changing: these systems must function consistently and be robust in an unpredictable environment. A system level simulation will not only allow you to assess the performance of the system early on in the design process, but also provide the ability to more thoroughly test for robustness.

In this webinar, we will use a lane keep assistant system as an example to show how you may perform system level simulation, including multi domain active system components, such as image processing, and control systems.

Who should attend: 

  • Engineers who work on system level testing of active safety systems, including:
    • Active Safety image processing algorithm development
    • Closed loop simulation of image processing and control systems using Simulink and 3rd party tools

About the presenters:

Guido Sandmann, is an Automotive Industry Manager in EMEA MathWorks Germany.
Takuya Otani, is a Senior Application Engineer in MathWorks Japan.

Product Focus

  • Simulink
  • Computer Vision System Toolbox
  • Stateflow

Recorded: 17 Oct 2013