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Raspberry Pi comes with MATLAB, Simulink suite

19 Aug 2015  | Graham Prophet

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Farnell element14 has announced the MATLAB and Simulink Student Suite-Raspberry Pi Bundle that integrates the Raspberry Pi Starter Kit and the MATLAB and Simulink Student Suite from MathWorks. The latest solution enables the student or self-learner to begin a project with model-based block diagrams on the Raspberry Pi 2 using the same tools scientists and commercial engineers every day.

Using the MATLAB and Simulink Student Suite-Raspberry Pi Bundle, students can create projects on the Raspberry Pi 2 in three steps: 1) Describe your system in a graphical block diagram in Simulink; 2) Simulate your system to test and debug it. Analyse it with MATLAB; and 3) Generate the embedded code automatically from Simulink and install it on the Raspberry Pi 2.

The bundle is ready to use, out of the box, as it includes Raspberry Pi 2 model B, Pi 2 SD card, 2A power supply, Hammond clear case, starter guide and MATLAB, Simulink and 10 add-on products. The 10 add-on products include toolboxes for control systems, data acquisition, DSP systems, image processing, instrument control, optimisation, signal processing, statistics and machine learning and symbolic math. Hardware support packages for Arduino, Raspberry Pi and others are available free.

The MATLAB and Simulink Student Suite brings professional grade tools for model-based design to the student, maker and non-commercial audience to model simulate and analyse projects in software and create more complex projects with no knowledge of traditional programming required.

The Raspberry Pi 2 Model B is the latest and highest spec variant of the Raspberry Pi and is fully compatible with Raspberry Pi B+ accessories and hardware.

The bundle costs $164.43 from Farnell element14.




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