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How can I do PIL (Raspberry pi + Simulink)?

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Mustafa Rawash
Mustafa Rawash on 14 May 2020
Commented: taha sadeq on 30 Jan 2022
I have a project that is limited in time, and I want to perform Processor In the Loop (PIL) simulation with Raspberry Pi (RPI) and Simulink.
I have a RPI 4 model B 1GB RAM and MATLAB/Simulink R2020a, and my model is already built.
I want only my controller subsystem to run on RPI to insure that it runs in real time.
Myskills in MATLAB/Simulink are intermediate, so I need a simple tutorial explaining in steps how to do so. Also I couldn't find a helpful tutorial in the "Simulink support package for Raspberry Pi" documentation.
Any Help?
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taha sadeq
taha sadeq on 30 Jan 2022
Hello Mustafa,
May I know did you got what you looking for, using raspberry pi4 as PIL?
Thank you

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Vasco Lenzi
Vasco Lenzi on 19 Nov 2020
Hi Mustafa
I managed to get it working on raspi 3B+ with this file exchange entry:
This is unrelated to the Simulink support package and it uses a custom code generation target.
Hope this helps, even if a bit late :)
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Vasco Lenzi
Vasco Lenzi on 20 Nov 2020
Actually scratch what I said in the previous post. In a recent release of Simulink and Embedded Coder you can search for the SIL PIL manager and directly use the dedicated taskbar app to perform SIL and PIL with a configured Raspberry!

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