With Speedgoat solutions, you can model and control the kinematics and dynamics of embedded motor control for your robotic arm. This enables you to control a vast amount of degrees of freedom in a desktop environment first, before moving to real hardware. Interface with your medical and electrical sensors in real-time via analog and digital in- and outputs on a Speedgoat target machine.
Conversely, use protocols such as EtherCAT or CANopen to control your drives. Simply drag the corresponding Speedgoat communication driver blocks into your Simulink model. For telemedicine applications, e.g., to protect medical personal from radiation, you can monitor network stability and account for data loss and time delay.
Design a user interface for the surgeon with ease. Monitor hemodynamic variables and fluoroscopic video in real-time. Use touchscreens plus visual and acoustic feedback to augment the usability of your device.