How a Differential Equation Becomes a Robot, Part 5: Hardware Prototyping
From the series: How a Differential Equation Becomes a Robot
In Part 5 of this five-part webinar series we show how to automatically generate C-code from your Simulink models, and how to interface with real-time hardware and perform typical rapid prototyping tasks.
About the presenter: Carlos Osorio received a B.S. from the Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru and an M.S. from the University of California at Berkeley, both in Mechanical Engineering. He specializes in Automatic Control Systems and Vehicle Dynamics. Before joining The MathWorks in October of 2007, he worked in the automotive industry in the Advanced Chassis Technology Department at Visteon Corporation, where he was involved in the development and implementation of prototype electronic active and semi-active suspensions, steer-by-wire and brake-by-wire systems for passenger vehicles.
Recorded: 11 May 2012
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