This chapter presents two case studies showing how the proposed approach applies to smart system design and optimization. The former is the virtual prototyping platform built for a laser pico-projector actuator, where MEMS, analog and digital components are simulated with the aim of optimizing the resulting image quality by means of firmware tuning. The latter, in the context of wearable equipment for inertial body motion reconstruction, deals with the modeling of an inertial sensor node, supporting system accuracy evaluation and sensor fusion enhancement. Finally, the Open-Source Test Case (OSTC) is described, showing a complete modeling and simulation flow on a publicly available design.

Smart System Case Studies

FUMMI, Franco;LORA, MICHELE;
2016

Abstract

This chapter presents two case studies showing how the proposed approach applies to smart system design and optimization. The former is the virtual prototyping platform built for a laser pico-projector actuator, where MEMS, analog and digital components are simulated with the aim of optimizing the resulting image quality by means of firmware tuning. The latter, in the context of wearable equipment for inertial body motion reconstruction, deals with the modeling of an inertial sensor node, supporting system accuracy evaluation and sensor fusion enhancement. Finally, the Open-Source Test Case (OSTC) is described, showing a complete modeling and simulation flow on a publicly available design.
978-3-319-27390-7
Smart systems, simulation, integration
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