Real-Time Workshop Real-Time Workshop builds applications from Simulink diagrams for prototyping, testing, and deploying real-time systems on a variety of target computing platforms.
What does RTW stand for?
RTW stands for Real-Time Workshop
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- Real Time Viewing System
- Real-Time Video Streaming
- Radio and TV University
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- Release the Voice Within (online poetry community)
- Rational Transformation Workbench (IBM Corp.)
- Read to Write
- Ready to Wear (clothing retail)
- Ready to Work
- Ready-to-Whip (food product)
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Embedded software developers use model-based design with Simulink and Stateflow to simulate and optimize their models and automatically generate efficient code with Real-Time Workshop Embedded Coder.
When combined with the QNX real-time operating system and automatic C-code generators, such as Real-Time Workshop for Simulink and AutoCode for SystemBuild, the RT-LAB Electric Drive Simulator can achieve cycle rates below 50 microseconds, providing engineers with a platform that dramatically reduces design time and costs, particularly where traditional Design/Build/Test cycles represent a significant part of the design process.
Rational(R) Test RealTime, Rational's complete solution for testing and observing embedded, real-time and networked systems, is now integrated with MathWorks model-based design products -- Simulink, Stateflow, Real-Time Workshop(R), and Real-Time Workshop Embedded Coder -- for modeling, simulating, analyzing, and generating code for embedded systems.
Latest Release of Simulink and Real-Time Workshop Embedded Coder Enable Engineers to Generate AUTOSAR Compliant Production Code with Model-Based Design NATICK, Mass.
Using Real-Time Workshop developers can generate code from Simulink models and automatically include it in their ControlShell software application.
Real-Time Workshop automatically produces embedded C that is comparable to hand coding in size, performance, and memory use.
The transition of Toyota and DENSO production operations to R2006b is the result of a successful program that included the use of MATLAB[R], Simulink[R], Stateflow[R], and Real-Time Workshop in powertrain production programs.