Abhishek Bhat, MathWorks
Are you trying to develop ADAS algorithms like forward collision warning and autonomous emergency braking and test them on real vehicles?
Will the ability to debug and test your algorithms earlier in the design cycle help in accelerating your development process?
If so, find out how Simulink® can help you in developing and testing ADAS algorithms in closed-loop simulation. And since these algorithms need to work in the real world, you will also see how Simulink Real-Time™ can help you in debugging hardware problems earlier in the design cycle.
1) Perform closed-loop testing of autonomous emergency braking algorithms in simulation
2) Debug hardware issues by comparing real-time data with simulation data in Simulink Data Inspector
3) Tune and calibrate algorithms with Simulink Real-Time and compare calibrations in MATLAB®
4) Automate HIL (hardware-in-the-loop) testing and report generation with Simulink Test™
Abhishek Bhat is an application engineer at MathWorks, with special focus on Simulink Real-Time. Abhishek actively works with various customers to help implement their algorithms in real time and develop HIL testing capabilities. Before joining MathWorks, Abhishek worked in the automotive industry, developing multi-controller HIL test setups so that engineers could test their controllers in the lab before testing on the actual vehicles.
Abhishek Bhat has completed his M.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of Michigan in 2010, and is currently working on developing advanced driver assist systems.