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Real-Time Simulation and Testing with Simulink Real-Time and Speedgoat Hardware

Real-Time Simulation and Testing with Simulink Real-Time and Speedgoat Hardware

Speedgoat real-time solutions and Simulink® are expressly designed to work together for creating real-time systems for desktop, lab, and field environments.

Workflow Introductions

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation

Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation

Effectively Test Controls with Real-Time Digital Twins and Automated Testing.

Workflow Introductions

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Industry Use Cases

Rapid Control Prototyping

Rapid Control Prototyping

Accelerate Control Design Innovation With Model-Based Design Ready Solutions for a Worry-Free Test and Simulation Experience.

Workflow Introductions

Rapid Control Prototyping

Industry Use Cases

Introduction to Speedgoat FPGA Technology

Introduction to Speedgoat FPGA Technology

Learn about the Simulink-integrated workflows to configure and program FPGA I/O modules easily and directly from your model.

Workflow Introductions

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Applied Physics Solutions

Applied Physics Solutions

Expedite the Path to Scientific Breakthroughs for the Most Complex and Challenging Problems

Industry Use Cases

Rapid Control Prototyping

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Electric Motor Control Reference Application

Electric Motor Control Reference Application

Design, prototype, and test your brushless DC motor controls using Simulink and Speedgoat hardware

Reference Applications

Rapid Control Prototyping

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Real-Time Simulation and Testing for Academic Research and Teaching

Real-Time Simulation and Testing for Academic Research and Teaching

Researchers and scientists accelerate the designing process of novel control strategies, verify and validate existing embedded controllers or expand real-world systems with emulated digital twins. This webinar takes you one step further and shows how to close the gap between desktop simulation and controlling actual hardware.

Rapid Control Prototyping

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Recorded Webinars

 Rapid Control Prototyping for Power Electronics Control Design

Rapid Control Prototyping for Power Electronics Control Design

This recorded webinar shows how power electronics control engineers can use rapid control prototyping (RCP) with Simulink Real-Time™ and Speedgoat real-time target machines to validate Simulink® algorithms against electric motor and power converter prototype systems.

Recorded Webinars

Rapid Control Prototyping

Developing and Testing Next Generation Control Systems

Developing and Testing Next Generation Control Systems

Learn how Speedgoat enables you to prototype and test complex control algorithms using full-vehicle simulation. By building a virtual environment for safe and realistic testing and verification, you can reduce prototype testing costs.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Real-Time Simulation and Testing: Hardware-in-the-Loop

Real-Time Simulation and Testing: Hardware-in-the-Loop

Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation and Testing with Simulink Real-TimeTM and Speedgoat target computers.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) Control

Rapid Control Prototyping for Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) Control

Power Electronics and Motor Control Prototyping on CPU/FPGA Target Hardware with Simulink Real-TimeTM.

Recorded Webinars

Rapid Control Prototyping

CPU, FPGA, and I/O Solutions for Real-Time Simulation and Testing with Simulink

CPU, FPGA, and I/O Solutions for Real-Time Simulation and Testing with Simulink

In this webinar, MathWorks together with Speedgoat will showcase how to perform real-time simulation and testing, enabling you to rapidly and continuously test and prove your designs, from desktop simulation to testing your designs in real time on hardware platforms.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Academia Solutions

Academia Solutions

Propel your research projects with real-time simulations and discover new ways on how to adapt concepts like Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP) and Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) simulations in your laboratory and classroom.

Industry Use Cases

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Classroom & Lab Solutions

Classroom & Lab Solutions

Real-time simulation in the classroom is a new way to inspire students and pivotal in shaping future engineers. Speedgoat's generous academic discount pricing, help academic institutions profit from our real-time solutions.

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Industry Use Cases

Speedgoat Collaboration Programs

Speedgoat Collaboration Programs

Speedgoat supports students in science and engineering competitions across the globe, as well as professors and researchers throughout their projects, with curated training and consulting services.

Rapid Control Prototyping

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Industry Use Cases

Research Solutions

Research Solutions

Leading companies use Rapid Control Prototyping (RCP) and Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) for faster product development. The flexible and scalable real-time simulation solutions enable you to make your research project successful.

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Industry Use Cases

Topological Analog Signal Processing

Topological Analog Signal Processing

Researchers at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) used a Speedgoat Performance real-time target machine and a high-speed analog IO131 module to validate an acoustic topological equation solver experimentally. The setup allowed them to demonstrate the robustness of analog signal processors (ASP) and is an essential step towards a new generation of ultrafast all-optical ASPs. 

Publication on nature.com

Published Papers

Rapid Control Prototyping

Drag Reduction in Turbulent Boundary Layer via Real-Time Control

Drag Reduction in Turbulent Boundary Layer via Real-Time Control

This paper demonstrates an approach to real-time control of large-scale structures. Real-time controls reduce the streamwise turbulence intensity as well as skin-friction drag.

Publication on sciencedirect.com

Published Papers

Rapid Control Prototyping

Robust Switching Control Method to Achieve Tokamak-Shaped Plasma

Robust Switching Control Method to Achieve Tokamak-Shaped Plasma

A robust switching control method with state vector matching and a novel approach for the feedback system simulation are presented in this paper. First, the plant model reconstructs plasma equilibria from experimental data and calculates plasma shape changes. Then, the control system is discretized and run on a high-speed computer for experiments on a real-time testbed.

Publication on sciencedirect.com

Published Papers

Rapid Control Prototyping

Aalto University

Aalto University

Students' mission to get Finland's first satellite into orbit.

Success Stories

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Cranfield University

Cranfield University

Novel technique improves speed and accuracy of micrometer scale precision CNC machine by 40%.

Success Stories

Rapid Control Prototyping

Lehigh University

Lehigh University

Achieving breakthroughs in the field of real-time hybrid simulation of tall buildings.

Success Stories

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Scientific Aviation Association

Scientific Aviation Association

Find out how students at the Scientific Aviation Association are using a Baseline real-time target machine to accelerate their hybrid powertrain testing and certification process.

Success Stories

Rapid Control Prototyping

Tongji University

Tongji University

Accelerating the development of a driver-adaptive ADAS control strategy using hardware-in-the-loop simulation.

Success Stories

Hardware-in-the-Loop

TUM Hyperloop

TUM Hyperloop

Building Hyperloop pods to revolutionize terrestrial transportation.

Success Stories

Hardware-in-the-Loop