Speedgoat Hardware Support for Real-Time Simulation and Testing from Simulink Real-Time

Use Speedgoat target hardware with Simulink Real-Time for your real-time simulation and testing environment.

Capabilities and Features

Using Speedgoat target hardware and Simulink Real-Time™, you can perform rapid control, DSP, and vision prototyping; hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation; structural testing; and small-to-medium quantity embedded deployments.

Speedgoat hardware and Simulink Real-Time can create real-time applications in industries including aerospace and defense, industrial automation, automotive, and medical devices.

Supported Hardware 

You can use the following target computers from Speedgoat:

To connect the target computer running the Simulink Real-Time application to your hardware under test, Speedgoat I/O modules support a wide range of I/O and communications protocols.

Platform Support

Available on 64-bit Microsoft® Windows® only.

Related Hardware Support Views: Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Connections Program, Control Systems, C ∕ C++ Code Generation, Embedded Systems, FPGA, ASIC, and SoC Development, HDL Code Generation, Image Processing and Computer Vision, Industrial Automation and Machinery, MathWorks Supported, Mechatronics, Medical Devices, Power Electronics Control Design, Rail, Ships, and Other Transportation, RTOS, Signal Processing, Simulink Product Family, Simulink Real-Time, Speedgoat, Wireless Communications



Real-time target machines

See table to the left. 

I/O connectivity and protocols

Speedgoat Tools and Drivers


  • Custom racks, cabling, and enclosures
  • Custom FPGA implementations
  • Engineering and design services



Microsoft C Compiler

  • Microsoft Windows SDK 7.7 (no charge) or
  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 (for large real-time applications created from Simulink)

Xilinx Synthesis Design Suite

  • Xilinx Vivado/ISE (only required to execute parts of your real-time application created from Simulink or implement on your own on FPGAs)

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