What’s New in MATLAB, Simulink, and RoadRunner for Automated Driving Development
MATLAB®, Simulink®, and RoadRunner help engineers to build automated driving systems with increasing levels of automation. In this session, you will discover new features and examples in R2021b and R2022a that will allow you to:
- Author scenes and scenarios for driving simulation
- Simulate sensors and vehicle dynamics
- Design detection, localization, sensor fusion, planning, and controls algorithms
- Deploy to C, C++, GPU, and ROS
- Test functionality and code
This event is part of a series of related topics. To view the full list of events in this series click here.
Who Should Attend
Educators, Researchers, Students, Racing Teams
About the Presenter
Don Bradfield is a senior application engineer at MathWorks on the ADAS/automated driving product focused team. He graduated from Penn State with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering and spent 6.5 years at Ford Motor Company as a systems engineer focusing on autonomous vehicle motion performance & control and self-driving ride quality. His areas of expertise are motion control, vehicle-level simulation, data post-processing, and in-vehicle evaluation.