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William Ballack
William Ballack on 1 Mar 2020
Answered: Dimitri MANKOV on 27 Sep 2022
Hi guys
I have some questions
1. Why use SpeedGoat?
2. What is the difference between using SpeedGoat in implementing the hardware to be connected directly to the computer via usb and connecting Simulink and the hardware in External mode? (for example Connected DSP C2000 or Stm32 boards to computer without interface )

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Dimitri MANKOV
Dimitri MANKOV on 27 Sep 2022
Hi William,
Speedgoat target machines are expressly designed to work with Simulink Real-Time. Similarly, only Speedgoat hardware is supported by Simulink Real-Time starting from R2018a, as indicated in the corresponding release notes. In other words, if you'd like to use Simulink Real-Time, then you will need Speedgoat hardware.
There is a number of differences between the workflows you mention, but the most important one is, in my opinion, the flexibility and versatility offered by both Simulink Real-Time and Speedgoat. For example, you can extend the capabilities of your Speedgoat target machine by adding individual I/O modules should your project require to use an additional protocol that was not planned initially.
For more information, have a look at www.speedgoat.com and at the Simulink Real-Time product page.
I hope this is helpful!
Dimitri

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