Noam Levine, MathWorks
With the introduction of the Zynq-7000 All-Programmable System on Chip (AP SoC), which includes FPGA fabric and ARM microcontroller cores on a single chip, Xilinx has created a platform that can enable high-performance systems, but requires engineers to engage in both software and hardware development processes to yield the best Zynq system performance.
In this webinar, we demonstrate a new guided workflow for Zynq using MATLAB and Simulink. We explore Model-Based Design and show how this methodology can be used to speed up your system development process. We then apply a Model-Based Design approach to application development on the Xilinx Zynq-7000 SoC, highlighting automatic HDL code generation for the FPGA fabric on Zynq and automatic C-Code generation for the ARM MCU, along with automatic generation of the required interface logic and software between the FPGA and ARM.
Who should view the presentation: FPGA designers, embedded systems developers, and systems engineers who are evaluating the Xilinx Zynq SoC for an upcoming design.
Recorded: 09 October 2013