Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 2, 2013: UniPhi, SimuQuest’s model-based design tool for embedded systems, now enables sophisticated model, signal and parameter dependency visualization for collaborative team-centric development.
In addition to this valuable introduction, SimuQuest will also be providing a hands-on lab where QuantiPhi will be used to design a real-time strategy for autonomous control of a MICON car. This lab experience promises to demonstrate the power and speed of development made possible by combining Matlab/Simulink with QuantiPhi for automatic code-generation.
QuantiPhi RE version 1.2.3 will soon be available and will support Matlab/Simulink R2011a.
QuantiPhi is the SimuQuest tool which provides all of the low-level software you need to interface with your target microcontroller. QuantiPhi RE is the Renesas Edition of QuantiPhi and supports a selection of Renesas microcontrollers including 16-bit and 32-bit microcontrollers.
QuantiPhi RE now passes testing for Matlab/Simulink R2011a; this completes the full lineup of support for Matlab versions from R2007b thru R2011a both running on 32-bit windows and running on 64-bit windows.
You may bump into SimuQuest personel at the Automotive Testing Expo. This exposition takes place in Novi, MI at the Suburban Collection Showplace. The expo runs from October 25th, 2011 though October 27th. "Nearly 200 exhibiting companies will be out to demonstrate their products."