About This Training
The demand for passenger and commercial vehicles will boost the automotive motor market, expected to reach $49.6 billion by 2025. Two particular segments will grow during the period: the comfort one due to its improved driving capability and the safety motor segment as stringent government regulations require more safety systems in vehicles.
This session will show you how to easily build a motor control application from scratch using the NXP Automotive Math and Motor Control Library (AMMCLib) to speed time to market. The AMMCLib provides essential building blocks for the rapid development of automotive embedded applications, offering high-performance arithmetic, trigonometric and digital signal processing (DSP) math functions.
What You Will Learn
This session will discuss each of the components required for Linux to work on an embedded system:
- Learn the key benefits of the NXP Automotive Math and Motor Control Library (AMMCLib) set, part of the comprehensive NXP motor control ecosystem
- Understand how to apply the AMMCLib functions to different sensor-based and sensorless control techniques
- Get to know industry-wide performance benchmarks for motor control designs
- Learn how to do basic quality management while designing a motor control application with AMMCLib