Upcoming MATLAB and Simulink Webinars

Programming Drones with Simulink

Date Time
7 Dec 2017
4:30 AM EST
7 Dec 2017
9:00 AM EST
7 Dec 2017
2:00 PM EST

Overview

In this webinar, you will learn how Simulink® lets you design and deploy flight controllers for a palm-sized quadcopter using the Simulink Support Package for PARROT­­® Minidrones. It will describe the quadcopter platform used, the sensors and algorithms needed to make it work, and how the Support Package and Simulink add-on tools enable a complete Model-Based Design workflow from modeling and simulation to flight. The workflow can help quickly iterate on flight controller designs before deploying and testing on hardware. Professors, lecturers and trainers can use this webinar and its approach in the classroom to teach control systems to undergraduate and graduate students in engineering.

Highlights

  • Learn to program a low-cost, palm-sized, and reliable minidrone
  • Learn about Model-Based Design – from modeling to hardware deployment
  • Use Aerospace Blockset™ to get up and running in minutes
  • Use Simulink Coder™ to log flight data and access the autogenerated C code

Please allow approximately 45 minutes to attend the presentation and Q&A session. We will be recording this webinar, so if you can't make it for the live broadcast, register and we will send you a link to watch it on-demand.

About the Presenter

Greg Drayer Andrade is Product Marketing Manager for Aerospace ToolboxAerospace Blockset™ and Simulink hardware support for Arduino®, Raspberry Pi™, LEGO® MINDSTORMS®, Android™ and iOS devices, Pixhawk PX4 Autopilot and PARROT® Minidrones. Built on top of the Simulink platform, he makes sure that MathWorks technologies address the most prominent market problems and bring industry and domain-specific functionality for modeling, simulation, and automatic code generation. He works closely with the Development organization, Application Engineering, other Marketing groups and Sales to help define product direction and deliver various product and application-related projects.

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