From the series: Coder Summit
Simulink®, Automated Driving Toolbox™, and Embedded Coder® let you design, simulate, and generate C++ code for automated driving and ADAS systems. You can use Simulink to design complex system models, such as adaptive cruise control with sensor fusion, that include model predictive control, multi-object tracking, radar and vision, and visualizing results using bird's-eye plots.
Embedded Coder generates code from ADAS systems that can be used on desktop or in embedded processors. The designs can include model predictive control components. You can verify the code using software-in-the-loop testing using your system simulation model as a test harness.
Automated Driving Toolbox lets you automate ground truth labeling, generate synthetic sensor data for driving scenarios, perform multisensor fusion, and design and simulate vision systems.
This presentation is from Coder Summit Talks, which are live recordings of developers and engineers debuting their best MATLAB® and Simulink Coder™ optimizations and examples at an annual technical interchange.
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