In June of this year I had the opportunity to attend our DISTek-led Modeling and Simulation training course. Currently, I am the lead of the Automation and Test group here at DISTek, but in my previous roles I have been heavily involved in desktop application development, as well as test system development primarily using LabVIEW. My exposure to modeling and embedded has been somewhat limited thus far, so I thought it would be a good experience to learn some of the basics.
Engineers working in the off-highway vehicle equipment industry, particularly with electronics.
This training is designed as an introduction into MBSD, specifically around the toolboxes MATLAB, Simulink, and Stateflow. To start, this class is meant to be an alternative to the 5 day training class that the Mathworks offers. The class will be run leaner with a greater focus on MBSD. DISTek will be incorporating feedback from attendees to make sure there are no significant gaps. The goal of this class is to provide a basic introduction to Simulink and Stateflow block sets, applying them to implement basic features. The class will be hands on with demos and examples throughout, ending with more specific in-depth exercises. Best practices and MAAB guidelines will be employed throughout the training.