Does MathWorks provide any tools for automatically generating flight code for the Pixhawk platform?

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I am using the Pixhawk autopilot system designed by the PX4 open-hardware project by 3D Robotics. Is there an existing Simulink library block-set for generating embedded C-code from Simulink for this platform?
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MathWorks Aerospace Products Team
A new version of the Pixhawk Pilot Support Package (Version 1.3) has been released for MATLAB R2015b.
This release incorporates the following changes:
1) Added high-resolution timer (HRT) for posting the base-rate semaphore in the Nuttxinitialize.c scheduling code
2) Forked Firmware tied to Pixhawk PSP upgraded to Release v1.0.0
3) uORB Topic blocks for publishing and subscribing data
4) Ability to model asynchronous tasks that are driven by uORB topic events
5) ADC block support
6) Serial Rx/Tx Block support
7) Ability to read flight parameters in the generated code using storage classes
7) Various bug fixes
Included are also examples/tutorials that go over some of these new features.
NOTE: The R2015a and R2014b release of the Pixhawk PSP contain the exact same set of features and are considered the same version (Version 1.2) and represent the first public release. Please consult the documentation to learn more about the features contained within Release 1.2.



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Ahmad Drak
Ahmad Drak 2016-7-14
is there a release for ubuntu? running matlab 2016a?

Balaji Balasubramaniam
I am getting the following error: "Failed to load library 'AR_Drone_Positioning' referenced by 'Green_Ball_Tracking_Mounted/Flight Controller'". Can you please help?

Stephen Warwick
Stephen Warwick 2018-3-26
Are there plans to upgrade PSP support for MATLAB 2017b?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson 2018-8-27
"This support package is available for 64-bit Microsoft® Windows® and Linux. This version of the support package is compatible with MATLAB R2017a and R2017b. It also works in MATLAB R2018a with limitations to External Mode functionality."


jone1984 2018-10-5
My OS is win10, Matlab is 2017b
these were what i have done and met:
download bash,install it.
download PSP, install it in matlab,
download Python, install it.
In the PSP UI, validate path, no problem. push download firmware button, after a whole night ,finished, on problem.
If i push the 'save setting and exit' button first ,error will tell no firmware, so I download firmware first.
install other tools by running '', error met as below:
do not know how to fix it.
then push build button ,met these message:
can not go on, how can i fix these?
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Matija Krznar
Matija Krznar 2019-2-3
They have created this script with windows editor and because of that linux have problems with space and newline.
Install a tool dos2unix and run it on script.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install dos2unix
then use it on script:
it worked for me.


Stephen Warwick
Stephen Warwick 2018-11-29
Is support for R2018b planned in the near future? Will this block set be regularly updated for new versions. Just curious whether I should migrate or not to the newer version of Matlab/Simulink. Thank you
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Mahmud Khan
Mahmud Khan 2019-2-7
I can't even make it work with R2017a (yet).
I followed the instructions provided in the download page. It results in this error during the installation and its not like there's any support material/group to help anyone through all that.
Did you get to try it out?


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