Deploying Models

You can deploy SimMechanics models using code generated with Simulink Coder. The generated code lets you:

  • Build standalone executables of SimMechanics models that can be integrated into C programs or other MATLAB and Simulink models
  • Run hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulations by deploying SimMechanics plant models onto real-time processors that interface directly with other hardware
  • Improve simulation speed by compiling the C code
  • Share models without exposing your intellectual property

Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) Testing 5:21
Use HIL testing instead of hardware prototypes to test control algorithms. Convert physical model to C code and simulate in real time on controller hardware.

Sharing Models

You can share SimMechanics models with Simscape users who have not purchased SimMechanics. Simscape users can view, simulate, and change parameter values in SimMechanics models with the Simscape Editing Modes. As a result, your team can share SimMechanics models with a larger group of engineers who use Simscape.

Sharing Models Using Simscape Editing Mode 3:32
Share models without requiring licenses for Simscape™ add-on libraries. Open models in Restricted Mode and perform tasks such as simulation, parameter tests, and code generation.

Working with SimMechanics Models
TaskModel Developer
(Purchases Simscape and SimMechanics)
Model User
(Purchases Simscape)
Log data or change visualization
Change numerical parameters
Generate code with Simulink Coder
Change block parameterization options 
Make or break physical connections 
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