Have you ever tried to build a mechatronic device, like a robot? Was it slow and clunky? Did it shake too much? Is it possible that you had great success with small scale prototypes that just did not translate to full scale units? Mechanical motion is hard. Motors, especially AC motors, are hard. Integrating mechanics and electronics, and then controlling it, is even harder!
Please join us as we present simulation with MATLAB and Simulink for such systems. You’ll see how simulation of the controller and the plant together can help you optimize the design of your electro-mechanical-software systems. We’ll demonstrate the integration of simulated and real components to enable real-time simulation and testing. You’ll see how simulation support for design, optimization and testing enables an aggressive development strategy and provides reality checks early and often.