Custom Target Development for ARM Cortex A

This video series includes hands-on tutorials for developing a custom Embedded Coder® target for a hardware platform based on ARM Cortex A. BeagleBone Black is used as an example hardware platform with Embedded Coder Support Package for ARM Cortex-A Processors. Prerequisites include familiarity with BeagleBone Black, object-oriented programming with MATLAB®, and a working knowledge of Simulink®.

Part 1: Overview This is part one in a series on developing a custom Embedded Coder target for a hardware platform based on ARM Cortex A processor.

Part 2: Register Target This is part of a series on developing a custom Embedded Coder target for a hardware platform based on ARM Cortex A processor. A new ARM Cortex A-based target is registered in the Simulink environment.

Part 3: Application Deployment Feature This is part of a series on developing an Embedded Coder target for a hardware platform based on ARM Cortex A processor. In this tutorial, the first feature is added to the target―the application deployment feature.

Part 4: Scheduler Feature This is part of a series on developing an Embedded Coder target for a hardware platform based on ARM Cortex A processor. In this tutorial, the scheduling feature is added to the target.

Part 5: Processor-in-the-Loop (PIL) Feature This video is part of a series on developing an Embedded Coder target for an ARM Cortex A-based hardware platform. In this tutorial, the Processor-in-the-Loop (PIL) feature is added.

Part 6: External Mode Feature This video is part of a series on developing an Embedded Coder target for an ARM Cortex A-based hardware platform. Use the ARM Cortex A SDK to build a target for Beaglebone Black and add the external mode feature.

Part 7: Code Optimizations This is part of a series on developing an Embedded Coder target for an ARM Cortex A-based hardware platform. This tutorial provides a quick overview of the code optimization feature.

Part 8: Overview of Profiling Capabilities This is the last part in a series on developing an Embedded Coder target for an ARM Cortex A-based hardware platform. In this tutorial, a quick overview of profiling capabilities is provided.