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Tutorial: Model Based Development using Simulink on Raspberry Pi

Abstract:

Model-Based Development (MBD) is a mathematical and visual method of addressing problems associated with designing complex control, signal processing and communication systems. It is used in many motion control applications, industrial equipment, aerospace, and automotive applications. Model-based design is a methodology applied in designing embedded software. Model-Based Design is transforming the way engineers and scientists work by moving design tasks from the lab and field to the desktop. The tutorial majorly focuses on developing software algorithms using Simulink for the target hardware like Raspberry pi.

Tutorial goals

At the end of this session, participants will be able to.

  1. Design, simulate and test custom algorithms in Simulink.
  2. Implement these algorithms on low-cost embedded hardware such as Raspberry Pi without writing any C-code.
  3. See how easy it is to program low-cost hardware with Simulink.
  4. Incorporate user-written libraries and functions in C into their Simulink models and embedded applications.
  5. Visualize the Improvement of the Product quality by Model based design.
  6. Shorter Development Times: These days industry anticipates a more effective development without compromising in quality front. Model based development is a best choice because of the possibility to simulate early in the development process, and the ability to generate artifacts like code or test cases.

Details about the Presenters:

Prof. Venkatesh Mane

Assistant Professor, BVB College of Engineering & Technology, KLE technological University, Hubli

Experience: 7 years of industry experience and 5 years of Teaching.

Previous Industries: Mercedes-Benz Research and Development India Pvt.ltd, Robert Bosch Engineering & Business solutions, India, BCS Innovations, Bangalore

International Exposure: Daimler AG, Stuttgart, Germany, Robert Bosch, Heilbronn, Germany

Current Functional Area: Embedded Systems and Automotive Electronics.

 

Dr. Nalini C Iyer

Professor and Head of School of Electronics and Communication, BVB College of Engineering & Technology, KLE technological University, Hubli

Experience: 30 years of Teaching, Principal investigator of research projects funded by AICTE, VTU, DST, Published about 60 reviewed technical papers in national/international journals and conferences.

Current Functional Area: Embedded Systems, Automotive Electronics, Signal processing and Artificial Intelligence

Prof: VISHAL B.PATTANSHETTY

Assistant Professor, BVB College of Engineering & Technology, KLE technological University, Hubli

Experience: 7 years of Teaching, Life Member of Indian Society of Technical Education, Life member of International Association of Engineers, Published and reviewed technical papers in national/international journals and conferences.

Current Functional Area: Embedded Systems, Automotive Electronics, IoT(Internet of Things)

 

 

 

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