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Using Cloud to enhance Model-Based Design workflows

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15 Jun 2023, 04:00 EDT 15 Jun 2023, 05:00 EDT


Cloud computing has become an essential technology for organizations of all sizes, providing a variety of benefits that can help businesses run more efficiently and cost-effectively. One of the primary advantages of cloud computing is that it allows organizations to access computing resources on-demand, without having to invest in expensive hardware upfront.

In this webinar, you will learn how to easily run MathWorks tools in the cloud to enhance various workflows related to model-based design, and how to create cloud-based applications from your Simulink models.


  • Using Simulink in the cloud for interactive model development
  • Speeding up co-simulation workflows by leveraging cloud resources
  • Executing CI/CD pipelines in the cloud
  • Deploying Simulink –based digital twins in the cloud as a microservice

About the Presenters

Antti Löytynoja is a senior application engineer at MathWorks, focusing on the data analytics and AI area, such as predictive maintenance. In addition to this, Antti spends a lot of time helping customers integrate their MATLAB and Simulink applications to other environments, such as cloud. Antti has worked for MathWorks over 12 years, and prior to joining MW he worked as a researcher at Tampere University of Technology, focusing on signal processing and AI.

Håkan Pettersson is a senior application engineer at MathWorks, focusing on ASIC/FPGA implementation and verification workflows but also on CI/CD workflows using cloud. Håkan has been with MathWorks for 5 years, and prior to this worked with one of the major EDA tool vendors focusing on synthesis and verification for ASIC/FPGA.

Olof Larsson is an application engineer at MathWorks, supporting customers with cloud integration, application deployment and large-scale computing. Olof has been at MathWorks for 6 years.

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