Standalone Target Computer Setup
You can create a real-time application that runs standalone on a target computer, without a development computer running MATLAB. Configure the standalone application so that it starts running when the target computer starts. The application continues for as long as the target computer is operating.
To start and stop the standalone application, tune parameters, and view signal values, use Simulink® Real-Time™ Explorer or use the target computer command-line interface.
|Simulink Real-Time||Generate real-time applications for simulations that run on a target computer and interface with I/O devices in the target computer|
|Simulink Real-Time Explorer||Interact with target computer and real-time application running on target computer|
|Simulink Real-Time TET Monitor||Monitor task execution time for the real-time application running on target computer|
|Simulink Real-Time App Generator||Generate instrument panel app to interact with target computer and real-time application running on target computer|
|Simulation Data Inspector||Inspect and compare data and simulation results to validate and iterate model designs|
|Open Simulink Real-Time explorer and interact with target computers and real-time applications|
|Open Simulink Real-Time task execution time (TET) monitor|
|Generate instrument panel app to interact with target computer and real-time application running on target computer|
- Real-Time Application and Target Computer Modes
Run real-time applications by using the target computer in connected mode, standalone mode, or external mode. Speedgoat® target machines boot the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS and then you run real-time applications in the selected target computer mode.