The workshop aims to address the growing need in curriculum and research for low-cost, easy to use hardware and software environments. Based upon on the widely used MATLAB & Simulink, the session describes the built-in support for prototyping, testing, and running Simulink models on Raspberry Pi.
Simulink includes the capability to program low-cost hardware such as Arduino, Raspberry Pi, LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT, and other platforms. This hands-on workshop is designed to be an introduction to Simulink’s hardware support capabilities. This session will allow participants to develop, simulate, and test custom algorithms and implement the code on an embedded system from within the Simulink environment.
Lab modules will include examples of video and image processing algorithms, from very simple video in/out handling to a more sophisticated processing such as object recognition and edge detection. The workshop will provide practical hands-on experience and by extension offer attendees an understanding of the potential for use in the classroom, research, and student projects.
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