This hands-on two-day course focuses on real-time testing workflows, including rapid control prototyping (RCP) and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing, using Simulink Real-Time software and Speedgoat real-time computers. Attendees will convert desktop-based simulation applications into real-time applications which run on the target machine and interface with physical hardware. Emphasis is placed on interacting with the application in real-time and analyzing the outputs for validation. This course is intended for intermediate to advanced Simulink users who are adopting real-time testing in their development process.
|Day 1 of 2|
Objective: Set up the real-time testing hardware and test communications between host and target computers.
|Developing Real-Time Applications||
Objective: Use Speedgoat driver blocks to convert a desktop-based test bench to an RCP application.
|Building Interactive Interfaces||
Objective: Use Simulink dashboard blocks, instrument panels, and MATLAB apps to create interactive interfaces to a real-time application.
|Day 2 of 2|
|Automating Real-Time Tests||
Objective: Use Simulink Test to create and execute an automated test suite.
|Using Communications Protocols||
Objective: Configure IO blocks to interface the target machine with standard communication protocols.
|Optimizing Plant Models for Real-Time Execution||
Objective: Use the desktop model to validate model fidelity with respect to optimization considerations, and optimize the plant model to execute on target hardware.
Objective: Convert a simulation test bench into a HIL testing configuration, and use a real-time plant model to validate system requirements.
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