Welcome to the MathWorks virtual booth in support of the 2020 AIAA Aviation Forum. Although we can’t meet in person this year, we wanted to provide materials for you to consider as you pursue your research and development in aerospace design.
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Voice of the Customer
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Design and Analyze System Architectures
MATLAB®, Simulink®, and System Composer™ together create a single environment for designing descriptive architecture models. Systems engineers can establish a digital thread to navigate between system requirements, architecture models, implementation models, and embedded software.
Design and Analyze Electric Architectures
Optimize your design, test fault conditions, and verify performance for aircraft electrical systems with Simscape Electrical™ and Aerospace Blockset™. Work in both desktop and real-time environments, and adjust the fidelity of your simulation models as your projects evolve.
Artificial Intelligence for Aerospace and Defense
MathWorks provides a comprehensive platform for solving AI challenges that range from predictive maintenance to complex tasks such as multimodal target identification. It helps teams better AI datasets, tackle integration challenges, reduce risk, and continuously test models in a system-wide context.
Autopilot Prototyping for Automated Aircraft
Using Embedded Coder® Support Package for PX4® autopilots you can generate C++ from Simulink models specifically tailored for the Pixhawk flight management units using the PX4 toolchain. You can customize algorithms that leverage onboard sensor data and other calculations at run time.