When you run the real-time application, you can start and stop execution; observe signals and log signal data; and tune real-time application parameters.
You can use the following interfaces to run the application:
Simulink® Real-Time™ Explorer and Simulink external mode. See Create and Run Real-Time Application from Simulink Model.
MATLAB® language. See Control and Instrumentation with MATLAB.
Simulink Real-Time RTOS commands from the target computer command line. See Control Real-Time Application at Target Computer Command Line.
|Get name of real-time application file|
|Get list of installed real-time application files|
|Get name of real-time application most recently run on target computer|
|Return status of root inports stimulation of model on target computer|
|Pause stimulation of root inports of model on target computer|
|Reload data signal of root inports of model on target computer|
|Interface for managing target computer|
|Open Simulink Real-Time explorer and interact with target computers and real-time applications|
|Open Simulink Real-Time task execution time (TET) monitor|
|Start stimulation of root inports of model on target computer|
|Stop stimulation of root inports of model on target computer|
|Replace external input data in real-time application with input data|
Learn about the behavior of the interrupt and polling execution modes.
Learn about issues specific to running Simulink Real-Time in Simulink external mode.
Adapt a Simulink model to run as a real-time model on a target computer.
Map root inports to source data.
Eliminate CPU overloads during real-time application execution.
Load, start, stop, or check status of real-time applications on the target computer by using the command-line interface.
Controlling the real-time application from the target computer command line.
Control standalone real-time applications with the target computer command-line interface.
To enter target computer RTOS commands, type the commands by using a keyboard attached to the target computer or by using an SSH utility (such as PuTTY) to send commands to the target computer from a development computer.
Troubleshoot problems that you encounter while using the Simulink Real-Time product