Model-Based Design for Machine Builders with Simulink
Vincent Theunynck, Vintecc
In this live webinar the Belgian consulting firm Vintecc will explain how they used Simulink and Model-Based Design to develop, test and implement a control system for a complex multi-axles beet harvesting machine including:
- All Mechanical and Hydraulic components
After this session you will have a clear view on how you can:
- Use Model-Based Design to develop controller and plant models
- Verify designs with MIL and HIL simulations
- Automatically generate code for PLCs or other embedded systems (C/C++ or IEC 61131-3 Structured Text)
- Integrate and deploy in a standard Codesys environment.
In the Q&A session at the end you can ask questions to Vintecc and MathWorks.
About the Presenter
Vincent Theunynck is a model-based control design engineer and managing partner of Vintecc. He focuses on mechatronic system development, from plant modeling to model-based control design and code generation. Having headed the development of several applications from prototype to commercial products using Model-Based Design, he left CNHi product development to found Vintecc. Vincent holds a M.Sc. degree in mechatronic engineering from Ghent University (Belgium) and an MBA from the Vlerick Management School (Belgium).
Recorded: 25 May 2016
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