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Automated and Continuous Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing

Automated and Continuous Hardware-in-the-Loop Testing

Learn about hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing and how to efficiently test controls using Speedgoat and MathWorks’ unified HIL solution.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Developing and Testing Control Systems with MATLAB and Simulink

Developing and Testing Control Systems with MATLAB and Simulink

The webinar explains you an engaging learning experience by exposing you to a broad set of real-life testing scenarios, including real-time interactions with digital twin simulators and physical systems, such as motion sensors, electric motors, and robot manipulators.

Rapid Control Prototyping

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Recorded Webinars

HIL Testing of BMS using Simulink Real-Time and Speedgoat target hardware

HIL Testing of BMS using Simulink Real-Time and Speedgoat target hardware

This webinar will demonstrate how engineers can perform hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing to validate and test their Battery Management Systems design using Simulink Real-TimeTM and Speedgoat Target hardware.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

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

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

Model-Based Design for Predictive Maintenance, Code Generation and Real-Time Testing

Model-Based Design for Predictive Maintenance, Code Generation and Real-Time Testing

This video shows how to automatically generate C code from classification models. First, you’ll see how to validate your algorithm on the desktop. Then, once it is validated, the video will show how to generate code. Next, the video walks through how to use Simulink® to deploy the classification model onto a B&R PLC, and then test it on a real-time representation of the system using a Speedgoat machine.

Recorded Webinars

Hardware-in-the-Loop

Rapid Control Prototyping

Modeling and Analysis of Medium Frequency Transformers for Power Converters

Modeling and Analysis of Medium Frequency Transformers for Power Converters

A mathematical model of a 3-phase medium frequency transformer (MFT) in an isolated DC-DC power converter, suitable for electromagnetic transient and steady-state simulation is developed. The transformer modeling methods are reviewed, and the Lagrange energy method is used to derive a physically motivated model for circuit analysis.

Publication on edu.pl

Published Papers

Motion Planning and Experimental Validation for an Autonomous Bicycle

Motion Planning and Experimental Validation for an Autonomous Bicycle

This paper introduces a prototype autonomous two-wheeled vehicle developed for experimental verification of motion planning and control algorithms. Finally, it presents and discusses experiments run on the actual vehicle for a particular maneuver. It emphasizes the differences between the trajectories created by different vehicle models.

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

Rapid Control Prototyping

A Balanced Hybrid Active-Passive Actuation Approach for High-Performance Haptics

A Balanced Hybrid Active-Passive Actuation Approach for High-Performance Haptics

This paper describes the design of a high-performance balanced hybrid haptic device. The actuation, design, and control approaches are described and experimentally validated. The results show significant improvements in the stability and rendering range of the device. 

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

Rapid Control Prototyping

A Lightweight Force-Controllable Wearable Arm Based on Magnetorheological-Hydrostatic Actuators

A Lightweight Force-Controllable Wearable Arm Based on Magnetorheological-Hydrostatic Actuators

This paper studies the feasibility of using magnetorheological (MR) clutches coupled to a low-friction hydrostatic transmission.  This combination provides a highly effective yet lightweight, force-controllable supernumerary robotic arm (SRL). Experimental studies conducted on a one-DOF test bench and validated analytically demonstrate a high force bandwidth (>25 Hz) and an excellent ability to control interaction forces even when interacting with an external impedance.

Publication on ieeexplore.ieee.org

Published Papers

Rapid Control Prototyping

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

Active Magnetic Bearing for Ultra-Precision Flexible Electronics Production System

Active Magnetic Bearing for Ultra-Precision Flexible Electronics Production System

Roll-to-roll printing of flexible electronics on continuous plastic films could enable the production of flexible electronics at high speed and low cost. However, rolling element bearings cannot be deployed because of the precision requirements. Instead, active magnetic bearings (AMB) with optical positioning encoder feedback are used.

Publication on lib.cranfield.ac.uk

Published Papers

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