Increased Safety and Performance Through Automatic Code Generation
April 20, 2011 (PRLEAP.COM) Business NewsConventional solutions for Automatic Code Generation in MATLAB® and Simulink® are based solely on MathWorks' Real-Time Workshop®. B&R also offers the possibility of generating even more efficient and easier to read source code based on the Real-Time Workshop® Embedded Coder™. Source code generated in this manner requires less of the available processing power and memory, creating the perfect conditions for efficient high-performance algorithms on the target system.
Ideal readability ensures maximum safety:
Furthermore, the automatically generated source code is clearly structured and automatically documented. This makes it ideal for use in critical applications with validation or certification requirements. "Real-Time Workshop® Embedded Coder™ has TÜV Süd certification and meets the IEC guidelines relevant to model-based design," states Tom Erkkinen, Embedded Applications Manager at MathWorks.
Through their support of all Automatic Code Generation options in Automation Studio Target for Simulink®, B&R provides users maximum flexibility when choosing their development tools.
B&R company profile
B&R is the world's largest and most successful private company in the area of automation equipment manufacturing, including motion control. The motto "Perfection in Automation" has provided the foundation for the company since B&R was founded in 1979. Today, B&R employs 2,300 employees worldwide and has an exceptional global presence with more than 162 sales offices in over 68 countries.
B&R Industrial Automation, Inc. North America, based in Atlanta, GA, has been working closely with their customers since 1987. Since then, B&R North America has continuously grown as a sales and support organization through both direct sales offices and B&R's unique Automation Partner distribution network. Today, B&R North America has a network of more than 20 offices throughout the USA and Canada and is there for its customers locally.