Model-Based Development and Testing of Embedded Systems Using CAN
The ability to interface with CAN (Controller Area Network) busses is required for many design, analysis, and testing applications in the automotive industry. In this webinar, we’ll show how to build an application that can be used to test and debug an algorithm that is deployed on an ECU. In our demonstration, we will build an application to debug a cruise control algorithm. First we use the application to record in-vehicle test data that identifies the bug. Next, we verify the bug in the simulation environment. After we correct the model and re-deploy the algorithm, we use the application again to verify the newly deployed algorithm is working correctly with a second round of in-vehicle testing.
Through the course of the demonstration, we’ll show how Vehicle Network Toolbox helps you to:
- Integrate CAN data into your Simulink models to enable algorithm debugging
- Send and receive CAN messages using virtual CAN channels and physical hardware
- Log and replay CAN messages
- Visualize CAN bus traffic using the Vehicle CAN bus Monitor app
Recorded: 20 Sep 2016
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