Relevant MathWorks® and dSPACE Tools

Tools for System Modeling, Analysis, Simulation, and More


  • MathWorks®
    • MATLAB® is an integrated development environment for numeric computations, with a large library of mathematical analysis techniques. Application-specific toolboxes are also available.
    • Simulink® is integrated into MATLAB as an interactive environment for modeling, analyzing, and simulating. You can create models based on block diagrams via drag & drop.
    • Stateflow® extends Simulink with options for implementing state charts.
    • Simulink Coder™ (formerly Real-Time Workshop® and StateflowCoder®) automatically generates C code from Simulink block diagrams and Stateflow systems as well as from TargetLink models. Together with dSPACE’s Real-Time Interface and/or ConfigurationDesk (for SCALEXIO and MicroAutoBox III hardware), Simulink Coder provides a seamless transition from your block diagram to dSPACE’s real-time hardware. You can also use it to integrate Simulink models in SystemDesk.
  • dSPACE
    • TargetLink, the production code generator from dSPACE, comes with its own blockset, a subset of Simulink that is highly suitable for modeling control functions.
    • Model Compare finds all the changes in a model (dSPACE TargetLink, MathWorks® Simulink®/Stateflow®). Even large models can be compared in minutes, which would be practically impossible without tool support.
    • dSPACE AUTOSAR Compare is a dedicated comparison tool for Classic and Adaptive AUTOSAR for detecting and merging the differences between two AUTOSAR files.
    • With ConfigurationDesk, it is easy to implement the real-time code for behavior models (from MATLAB/Simulink/Simulink Coder) and the I/O function code (configured in ConfigurationDesk) on dSPACE SCALEXIO and MicroAutoBox III hardware.
    • SystemDesk is a software architecture tool supporting the development of distributed automotive electrics/electronics (E/E) systems and subsystems.
    • VEOS is a PC-based simulation platform for validating the software of electronic control units (ECUs) in early development process stages. A wide range of models - function models, virtual ECUs, bus systems, and plant models - can be simulated with VEOS independently of any specific simulation hardware.

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