MathWorks Consulting Services works with you to migrate your existing tool chain to an embedded target environment optimized for Model-Based Design. Our customized Developing Embedded Targets Advisory Service is delivered by senior-level MathWorks Consultants experienced in helping you implement embedded code generation targets in the aerospace, automotive, defense, and industrial automation industries. Consolidated coaching sessions featuring realistic production hardware and software adapted to your specific environment strengthen your skills and leave you with the knowledge to work independently on future projects.
Developing embedded systems using Model-Based Design requires well-defined software architecture for implementing and verifying generated code, and, if necessary, integrating with an existing basic framework of handwritten code. MathWorks Consulting Services can design and implement the required build process to suit your needs, ranging from single feature or function code generation that is manually integrated using legacy processes to full automation of the build and integration process. The resulting executable can then be deployed and executed on the embedded target for verification, deployment, or interactive parameter tuning.
The steps to develop embedded targets using Model-Based Design vary by company and by industry. MathWorks Consulting Services draws on product expertise and industry experience to tailor the process to best fit your needs.
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Roger Theyyunni is a senior technical consultant. He works with companies in the aerospace, defense, automotive, energy production, and industrial automation industries. His areas of expertise include model-based production code generation, hardware-in-loop simulation, rapid prototyping, HDL/FPGAs, hardware and software integration, and hardware/software codesign. He has over 20 years of experience developing real-time systems, particularly for hardware-in-the-loop simulation. Roger holds an M.S. in chemical engineering and an M.A. in computer science from Wayne State University.