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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NAUTILUS is a short for Nautical Integrated Hybrid Energy System for Long-haul Cruise Ships.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 861647.