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LHPES 2016 European Product Roadshow

The LHP Team took its Product Road Show to Europe! LHP visited customers throughout Europe to introduce our Panthera Rapid Controls Prototyping (RCP) Software and our RCP Evaluation Kit, and to advise them on real-world applications. Customers in the Automotive, Aerospace, Academic, and Medical sectors were able to get their hands on LHP tools to execute Simulink models on real-time National Instruments hardware.

As LHP and our customers analyzed their application needs, we were able to architect solutions using LHP’s hardware and software tools. Several of these customers are now already using Panthera to accelerate their embedded controls development. LHP tools are proving valuable in providing the Simulink experience on National Instruments hardware, with a seamless workflow and expeditious development cycles.



The new RCP Eval Kit has a self-training workbook that teaches new users to operate the Panthera software and Eval Kit hardware. Hands-on projects with practical applications guide users to read inputs, blink lights, manage interrupts, control timing, drive motors, create closed-loop PID controls, and perform calibrations. After completing the training program, users will be effectively able to apply the Panthera RCP Suite to their real-world application.


Try Out Our Tools!

If you want to run your Simulink models on real-time hardware, be sure to test drive Panthera. Contact platform@lhpes.com for a free trial of Panthera software and for access to the RCP Evaluation Kit. You can accelerate the development of your embedded controls with LHP!

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