Programming BeagleBone Blue with Simulink
From the series: Implementation
Kurt Talke, University of California, San Diego
Sebastian Castro is joined by Kurt Talke from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), to discuss how BeagleBone®Blue hardware can be programmed using Simulink®.
BeagleBone Blue is a small-sized computer designed specifically for the development of robotic systems. It was developed as a collaboration between BeagleBoard.org and the UCSD Coordinated Robotics Lab, of which Kurt is currently a member.
Sebastian and Kurt will first introduce the capabilities of the BeagleBone Blue hardware and show how it can be programmed using Simulink. Then they will present an example of a control system developed in Simulink to balance an eduMIP self-balancing robot kit based on BeagleBone Blue. This kit was also developed at UCSD and is a commercially available educational robotics platform.
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