MATLAB and Simulink Seminars

Rapid Prototyping and Testing for Medical Device Development

Start Time End Time
18 Oct 2022, 1:00 PM EDT 18 Oct 2022, 2:00 PM EDT

Overview

Are you prototyping complex algorithms for medical devices? Engineers often prototype and test their initial designs on embedded evaluation boards, or low-cost prototyping hardware. Testing these algorithms on hardware often requires working with test equipment. Sometimes, you need to design special purpose test rigs, interfacing with sensors and actuators, and controlling them in real-time, acquiring and logging test data and performing live analysis.  

Join us for this seminar to learn how to design and simulate algorithms for medical devices and deploy them on different hardware targets with MATLAB and Simulink. Starting from low-cost hardware, such as Raspberry Pi, to embedded controller and FPGA development kits, to fully customizable Speedgoat real-time target testing platform, we will demonstrate different options and methods available to you to accelerate your prototyping and testing workflows with MATLAB and Simulink. 

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Highlights

  • Early prototyping using low-cost hardware (Raspberry Pi, Arduino etc.)
  • Implementing and testing algorithms on embedded controller development boards from TI, NXP, STM etc. 
  • Rapid control prototyping and hardware-in-loop testing using Speedgoat CPU + FPGA based target machines
  • Interfacing with test instruments and communication protocols  

About the Presenter

Chirag Patel is a Principal Application Engineer at MathWorks with more than 20 years of experience in designing and testing control systems for different applications. Prior to joining MathWorks, Chirag worked at Lucid Motors, where he led the efforts of adopting Model-Based Design for electric powertrain, developed algorithms for battery management system and built HIL test system for vehicle control systems. While at Cessna Aircraft Company, he developed simulations for electro-hydraulics systems, built iron bird test rigs for anti-skid brake systems, and designed integrated environmental control systems for business jets. Chirag has master’s degree in Control Systems Engineering and bachelor’s degree in Mechatronics.  

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