Let TI and MathWorks help you launch your next motor control design - in cooperation with Digi-Key

In this webinar, learn how you can quickly design a new motor control system using Embedded Coder® from MathWorks and the C2000™ family of microcontrollers from Texas Instruments. We walk through a demo of Simulink running two three-phase motors simultaneously using the F28069M LaunchPad™ development kit.

TI’s C2000™ MCUs have been focused on easing motor control design for over 20 years. From the older C24x DSP engine to the latest C28x floating-point DSP, C2000 MCUs provide a range of processing performance from 60 MHz to dual-core 200 MHz CPUs as well as analog and control peripherals necessary for premiere control systems. Along with the unique hardware solutions, C2000 MCUs also include the InstaSPIN-FOC™ and InstaSPIN-Motion™ software solutions, which ease three-phase motor design.

MathWorks provides software that enables modeling, simulation, and code generation of control systems using Simulink® and Embedded Coder®. Embedded Coder support for TI’s C2000 family of microcontrollers includes automated build and execution, processor-optimized code including DMC and IQMath libraries, and the ability to perform processor-in-the-loop (PIL) tests with execution profiling.

Speakers

  • Matthew Pate -TI C2000™ MCUs Product Marketing. Matthew has been with Texas Instruments for over 16 years, and the C2000 MCU Business for 13 of those.  Involved in aspects of both HW and SW architecture and validation of the C2000 product lines during his career, Matthew is excited to help customers succeed with C2000 in their system.
  • Brian McKay – Embedded Systems Technical Marketing Manager. Brian McKay manages MathWorks solutions for embedded systems customers featuring TI hardware. Brian has been building customer solutions that combine MathWorks software with embedded hardware for over 10 years.
  • Antonin Ancelle - Embedded Targets Development Manager. Antonin Ancelle leads the embedded targets development at MathWorks for TI hardware platforms and many others. With a decade of experience developing and working with MathWorks tools, Antonin is passionate about sharing his technical knowledge with embedded engineers.


 


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