About This Upcoming Webinar
Get to know NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox™—a connection between MathWorks and NXP ecosystems that allows rapid prototyping of complex embedded designs on NXP microcontrollers.
The Model-Based Design Toolbox can be used throughout all the application development phases, starting from an idea all the way to the final solution deployment.
Its integration with the rich MathWorks ecosystem allows modeling ideas into Simulink® designs, while enhancing the Model-Based Design paradigm key advantages such as simulation, verification and validation, automatic code generation, and reusability. It also provides a streamlined way to run embedded applications on NXP microcontrollers by integrating and linking target-specific software like drivers and libraries to Simulink applications. It also enables the cross-compilation of Simulink generated code and its download to the microcontrollers.
In this session, we will highlight the main features of the NXP Model-Based Design Toolbox. We will demonstrate how to design a BMS application, covering the main development phases from idea to a prototype running on target.
Not sure you can join? You should still register! Slides and a recording of the session will be available after the webinar.