By DE Editors
MathWorks has announced new capabilities within Embedded Coder as part of advancing Simulink production code generation capabilities for embedded systems. Engineers in the aerospace, automotive and industrial automation and machinery industries can now generate production-optimized code involving several key industry standards and technologies.
Embedded Coder now features a rich set of code replacement libraries that offer order-of-magnitude speed increases for advanced processors architectures, including SIMD, SSE, and Intel IPP. A new user interface facilitates creation and management of code replacement libraries as well.
Other enhancements include a user interface for authoring and managing code replacement libraries, including SIMD and Intel IPP; MISRA C 2004 and MISRA AC AGC compliance improvements for Stateflow state activity; AUTOSAR 3.2 support, sensor and actuator components, and single XML file generation; Wind River VxWorks 6.8 real-time target using makefiles; static code metrics in code generation report, including estimated stack size; and saturation control for Stateflow integer data.
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