Speed Up Automotive, Industrial, and IoT Applications with NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox
Daniel Scurtu, NXP Semiconductor
Learn how to simulate, test, and program applications for NXP™ processors with MATLAB®, Simulink®, and NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox.
NXP processors enable a wide spectrum of automotive, industrial, and IoT applications. NXP processors go from efficient devices with single cores to powerful devices with multiple cores and accelerators.
All NXP processors provide impressive computing power with a low power consumption envelope and a rich selection of peripherals.
NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox works seamlessly with MATLAB and Simulink to deliver a streamlined way to prototype and develop complex applications as they connect the rich MATLAB and Simulink eco-system with NXP platform software, drivers, and libraries.
Simulation and code generation capabilities from MATLAB and Simulink allow NXP customers to focus on developing their applications and then easily run them on NXP processors, directly from MATLAB and Simulink.
During this presentation, we will show how using NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox with processors speeds up development of automotive, industrial, and IoT applications such as motor control, battery management systems, process automation, predictive maintenance, and embedded vision.
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