Visit us at MATLAB EXPO, June 27th in Munich, Germany to see live how you can implement your ideas with NXP Model Based Design Toolboxes.
We are open to any technical and/or marketing topics and we are going to showcase:
- Motor Control and Communication Made Easy with NXP Model Based Design Toolbox
You can have a chance to win NXP S32K development kits if you participate on:
1. Giveaway 10 S32K EVBs for the first 10 visitors that take a selfie in the NXP booth and use #S32KbyNXP to share it on your social media.
2. For the rest of the visitors and Online Community MEMBERS that are going to distribute or like this post we offer to participate in a raffle for 100% discount coupon on a S32K EVB.
Visitors that would be willing to give you their business cards will be automatically enrolled in the raffle.
Community members that share/like/leave/reply/ use #S32KbyNXP to this announcement will be automatically enrolled in the raffle.
... and the WINNER is:
Mr. Marcel Werner
He was selected by Google Random Number generator. Mr. Werner visited our MATLAB EXPO 2017 Munich booth and gave us his business card:
Mr. Werner will be contacted by NXP for getting his price.
For the rest of participants: NXP has a surprise for you.
You will be contacted by email in the following days with details. Stay tuned!
At this point we have 62 candidates enrolled in the S32K Development Kit raffle. The winner will be announced next week.
A special prized was already given to Mr. Markus Schlachter: MotorGD DevKit
Here are the Matlab Expo details: MATLAB EXPO 2017 Deutschland, 27. Juni, München
If you want to check how easy it is to build an application from scratch using Model Based Design Toolbox for S32K or MPC5744P - we have all that it needs to test your ideas live during the show.
Bring your laptop (or use ours) and practice the Model Based Design live using one of our setup.
Looking forward to meet with you there.
A small, unedited video with the motor control and communication demo - we want to use this demo platform at the NXP booth for "quick how to" sessions, that demonstrate how to use the Model Based Design Toolbox for S32K and MPC5744P.
If you are curious to know how to implement something or simply want to play a bit with Model Based Design Toolbox - this platform will allow you a multiple of choices.
If you have a chance, visit us at Matlab EXPO in Munich on June 27, 2017 are we will be more than happy to discuss with you any technical questions and to let you program any of the boards.
Check this video to see the demo.
NOTE: Chinese viewers can watch the video on YOUKU using this link
No one interested in winning a FREE development kit for S32K144 ?
With a simple reply, like or share to this page you can win one.
There are a lot of projects you could use it for.
We are currently having fun playing video games (Online Racing Simulator - Live for Speed ) with this board. Don't believe - take a look:
Side by side: FreeMASTER over CAN virtual dash board vs. real BWM dash board.