Student-priced microcontroller board for introducing electrical engineering, motor control, and mechatronics
You can use Simulink® to develop algorithms that run on the Arduino®, an inexpensive, open-source microcontroller board. Arduino boards feature an Atmel® ATmega processor and provide digital and analog connectivity and serial communications.
The Arduino platform helps students understand the workflow for designing an embedded system without using manual programming. Students can use Simulink to create algorithms for control system and robotics applications. They can apply industry-proven techniques for Model-Based Design to verify that their algorithms work during simulation. They can then implement the algorithms on the ATmega processor on the Arduino board as standalone applications.
Simulink built-in support for the Arduino platform includes:
Available on 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft® Windows®, and 64-bit Mac OS X only.
See prior release support.
Supported in Student Version.
Support Package Installer installs this support package and all required third-party software. To start the installer, go to the MATLAB toolstrip and click Add-Ons > Get Hardware Support Packages. For more information, read the documentation.