Simulate Mobile Robot with System Composer Workflow
Along with other tools, System Composer™ can help you organize and link requirements, design and allocate architecture models, analyze the system, and implement the design in Simulink®. Follow this tutorial for the early phase of development of an autonomous mobile robot.
Organize and Link Requirements: Set up the requirements based on market research using Requirements Toolbox™.
Design Architecture Models: Create architecture models to help organize algorithms and hardware.
Define Stereotypes and Perform Analysis: Define stereotypes and perform system analysis to ensure that the life expectancy of the durable components in the robot meets the customer-specified mean time before repair.
Simulate Architectural Behavior: Create a Simulink model to simulate realistic behavior of the mobile robot.
This workflow is represented by the left side of the model-based systems engineering (MBSE) design diagram.
 Rahman, Mohd Azizi Abdul, Katsuhiro Mayama, Takahiro Takasu, Akira Yasuda, and Makoto Mizukawa. “Model-Driven Development of Intelligent Mobile Robot Using Systems Modeling Language (SysML).” In Mobile Robots: Control Architectures, Bio-Interfacing, Navigation, Multi Robot Motion Planning and Operator Training, edited by Janusz Będkowski. InTech Open, 2011. https://doi.org/10.5772/26906.