Postponed: Automating Test Hardware Control and Analysis with MATLAB
Wednesday, April 01, 2020 at 3:00pm to 5:00pm
This seminar is postponed and will be re-scheduled for the fall semester 2020. This event listing will be updated when a new time is scheduled.
The MechE Alliacne has partnered with MathWorks to bring a series of 3 seminars to the MIT community.
This second seminar is on the topic: Automating Test Hardware Control and Analysis with MATLAB. The seminar will be lead by Sean de Wolski, Application Engineer at MathWorks.
The seminar describes why and how to use MATLAB for automating test hardware control. Focuses on using automatic MATLAB code generation to get through hardware connectivity as quickly as possible so majority of time can be spent on actual data analysis.
Agenda: In this session, we present a brief introduction to MATLAB and walk through connecting MATLAB to hardware in a test environment. Through live demonstrations and examples, you will see how to automate your test process in MATLAB to achieve results faster. MATLAB provides a seamless environment for acquiring and analyzing real world data and streamlines the process of communicating your results with automatically generated reports, custom GUIs, and deployed apps. Highlights Include:
1. Automatic MATLAB code generation for hardware connections
2. Custom plotting, reporting, and apps for streamlining hardware testing and data analysis
3. Building and deploying graphical applications for test machines
Who Should Attend:
1. Design engineers, verification engineers, and test engineers
2. Oscilloscope, function generator, signal analyzer, signal generator, and RS-232 serial devices users
3. Data acquisition board and modular hardware users (particularly those who use PXI, AXIe, and USB)
4. C, C++, MATLAB, Simulink, and other software users needing to acquire, analyze, and visualize data
Future seminars in this series include: