Webinar: Model-Based Design with MATLAB and Simulink to develop embedded control systems
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
Microcontroller programming can be addressed in different ways. Due to the actual industry market competition, the promotion and testing of new control ideas require reduced time-to-market, leading the way to the so-called rapid prototyping procedures. MathWorks and Texas Instruments developed a model-based workflow linked with an automatic code generation tool able to translate Simulink® models into executable files for many MCU families.
In this webinar, gain basic insight on how to define a closed-loop control model targeting C2000 LaunchPadTM family including implementation guidelines and hardware considerations for power electronics-based applications. This will be shown by adopting specific hardware kits developed by Politecnico di Milano and Tampere University in collaboration with Texas Instruments, MathWorks and Wuerth Elektronik. The book "Introduction to Microcontroller Programming for Power Electronics Control Applications: Coding with MATLAB and Simulink" is a result of this collaboration.
1. Welcome + Agenda (By: Antonio Faggio, Texas Instruments)
2. How to fill the gap from motor control theory to practical implementation using rapid prototyping(By: Mattia Rossi, Politecnico di Milano & Tampere University)
3. How to realize the rapid prototype board for drive and electric motors (By: Angelo Strati, Wuerth Elektronik)
4. How to accelerate development of embedded control systems with MATLAB® and Simulink®(By: John Kluza, Mathworks)
5. Closure and Q&A
- Antonio Faggio, Field Apps Engineer at Texas Instruments
- Mattia Rossi, Student in Electrical Engineering, Politecnico di Milano/Tampere University
- John Kluza, Partner Programs, MathWorks
- Angelo Strati, Field Apps Engineer at Würth Elektronik