Our startup Abstrana just added basic support for Intel Edison to Matlab/Simulink and decided to share it with the maker community.
If you are a private person without comercial interests, feel free to use/modify/extend this hardware support package for Simulink.
Does this allow programming of the MCU by any chance?
Yes, it actually does. The Intel Edison is already running an operating system, so there is no need to integrate one via Simulink.
The C-Code generated from the Model acts like a normal application in linux.
Once generated in Matlab/Simulink, the C-Code is automatically transmitted via SSH to the Edison and gets compiled there.
I've three brief questions:
Do I need a Matlab Stateflow license too?
Do you supply I2C and SPI blocks?
What are the limitations of your "basic support"?
Many thanks in advance.
For some reason, I do not have the "Code Generation" option. I have Matlab 2015b and I have the Matlab coder license. Do you know how I can work around this issue?