Toolchain for Efficient Implementation and Evaluation of BMS Algorithms from Matlab-Simulink on an Embedded System.

The NAUTILUS project will be represented at the AABC conference in San Diego, USA by colleague Nico Manteuffel from RWTH. At his poster he will present a "Toolchain for efficient implementation and evaluation of BMS algorithms from Matlab-Simulink on an embedded system."

The poster will show the basic concept of a toolchain developed in the NAUTILUS project. This tool is enabling to port the developed control strategies and algorithms from a Matlab-Simulink simulation environment onto an embedded device as the battery management unit. Furthermore, it enables us to check the algorithms' real-time capability and helps evaluate the resource consumption on an embedded system.

Posters listed HERE.

More information about the AABC conference HERE.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 861647.