Designing Signal Processing Systems with MATLAB

15 Dec 2011
3:00 PM IST (India Standard Time)

In this webinar, we will introduce new MATLAB®-based features for system design that were previously only available in Simulink®. Attend this webinar to learn how you can rapidly design and implement signal processing systems directly in MATLAB.

You will learn several aspects of modeling and implementing DSP systems, including:

  • Simulating streaming signal processing algorithms in MATLAB
  • Importing data from multichannel audio devices and multimedia files
  • Developing system prototypes using implementation-ready algorithms (i.e. algorithms that have built-in support for fixed-point and C code generation)

A Q&A session will follow the presentation and demos.

Presenter: Charulatha Kalluri – Product Marketing Manager for Signal Processing Products, MathWorks Inc.
Q&A Session: Puneet Kumar - Prinicipal Application Engineer, Signal Processing & Communications, MathWorks India

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Design and Implementation of Control Systems using MATLAB and Simulink

Design and Implementation of Control Systems using MATLAB and Simulink

24 Nov 2011
Novotel Hyderabad Airport, HYDERABAD

Control system design challenges engineers to efficiently integrate electrical, mechanical, and embedded control systems. Traditional development approaches often result in engineers of different disciplines working in environments lacking any commonality to requirements, design methodology, testing, and validation. With this traditional approach, errors are often found late in the development process, leading to more number of design iterations that jeopardize the successful completion of the project on time and in budget.

Join this full day seminar to understand how Model-Based Design, a development method embraced by various industries such as Aerospace, Automotive and Industrial Automation, can address many of the issues associated with traditional development processes. Using a case study of a robot arm with permanent magnet synchronous motor; MathWorks engineers will demonstrate how you can:

  • Create executable specifications of the design to help improve communication of requirements between engineering disciplines
  • Use a system-level model to perform design cycles with simulation and drastically reduce the need for real prototypes
  • Implement control algorithms through automatic code generation, eliminating potential errors from hand coding
  • Prove the absence of run-time errors in mixed, generated and handwritten code

Who Should Attend

Engineers, scientists and project managers from industries such as Aerospace, Automotive, Industrial Robotics & Manufacturing, Process Automation & Controls, Power Generation Equipment, Power Conversion & Control Equipment and Renewable Energy, involved in:

  • Designing, Modeling & Simulation of Multi-Domain System
  • Embedded Control System Design
  • System Integration
  • Verification and Validation
  • Project Management

"Please note this Seminar is not designed for students. If you are a student, please do not register for this seminar"

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Welcome Address
  • Addressing Challenges in Developing Control Systems using Model-Based Design
  • Modeling Dynamic Systems - Robot Arm Case Study
    • Overview of Modeling Approaches
    • Introduction to First Principles Modeling Using Simulink
    • Data Driven Modeling Approach
  • Control System Design and Analysis
    • PID Control Design Made Easy
    • Designing , Analyzing and Optimizing Compensators
    • System Design Optimization
  • Real-Time Simulation of the Models
Lunch break
  • Automatic Code Generation for Embedded Implementation
    • Workflow for Production Code Generation for Embedded Systems
    • Model Verification and Validation
  • Code verification using Polyspace Products
    • Detect run-time errors for mix of generated and hand-written code
    • Enforcing coding standards (MISRA-C/C++, JSF++)
    • Track the progress of your software quality objectives
    • Create artifacts for certification
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