Attend the 4th Intelligent Testing Conference on June 18th to hear an introduction to Model-Based Design and the benefits of dynamic verification and validation tools. Explore the use of processor-in-the-loop (PIL) to test automatically generated code on the target, re-using test cases and simulations. Use PIL to capture performance and coverage metrics. PIL is fully integrated into the Simulink simulation environment.
Our speaker, Richard Anderson, a Senior Developer at MathWorks, will focus on 3 main points
- Introduction to Model-Based Design and automatic code generation
- Use of processor-in-the-loop (PIL) for on-target testing
- Use of Simulink simulation environment to exercise generated code in a production hardware environment
Richard is working on the “in-the-loop” technologies at MathWorks. He has worked at the MathWorks for 7 years, being in development for the last 3 years. Before that he was a Consultant in the area of automatic code generation. Prior to that he worked for 10 years in the Automotive Industry.As well as Richard’s presentation there are five other great talks on a variety of testing topics.
Attending the 4th Intelligent Testing conference on June 18th is free but places are limited so we recommend early registration.
You can attend physically at UWE in Bristol or remotely and you can find out more about the conference and how to register here.