Does Xavier AGX support rapid control prototyping with MATLAB/Simulink autocode algorithms

Hi NVIDIA Technical Support,

I am working for application software development team for autonomous vehicle technology. We are using Micro AutoBox for Rapid prototyping for the autonomous vehicle features. We use MATLAB/Simulink/Stateflow tool boxes to develop the autonomous features (like Highway pilot). We want to switch to Xavier AGX for prototyping.
I would like to know following:

  1. Does Xavier AGX support rapid control prototyping with MATLAB/Simulink autocoded (Embedded coder / dSPACE TargetLink) algorithms?

  2. Type and number of Hardware resources on the board (Ex: CAN, LIN, Flexray, Etherner, Digital IOs etc)?

  3. Is there any MATLAB/Simulink libraries which supports communication interfaces (Ex: CAN, LIN, Flexray, Etherner, Digital IOs etc) ?

  4. Does Xavier AGX supports realtime calibration/ tuning via MATLAB or any other third party tools?

Appreciate quick reply
Reshma

Hi rsheerin,

If you are referring to synthesis using ARM Coder or Simulink Coder, you may want to refer to this page and may find it helpful to contact MathWorks support for further information regarding their product and ARM support.

Here are some hardware docs of DRIVE AGX Developer Kit. You may want to start from “DRIVE AGX Developer Kit Product Brief”.