Get hands-on experience using the powerful Raptor control platform in our popular, three-day training class. With step-by-step instruction from experienced professionals, you’ll build the fundamental skills needed to get the most out of fast, efficient embedded model-based development using Raptor’s software tools. Space is limited, so don’t wait to sign up for the next session!
APRIL 28 – 30, 2020
New Eagle Headquarters
110 Parkland Plaza
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Who Should Attend?
While many can benefit from Raptor Training, the program is best-suited for control system engineers, application engineers, embedded software engineers, and technical program managers.
What to Expect
Raptor Training features a five-part curriculum to ensure trainees build the background and skills needed for continued success using the Raptor platform.
- Getting Started Basics* – assistance with software installation and licensing. *Requirements: Raptor-Dev, Raptor-Cal, an OS no older than Windows 7, and MATLAB (no earlier than 2015a) with Simulink, Embedded Coder, Matlab Coder, and Simulink coder.
- Overview of MATLAB/Simulink – high-level review of console, workspace, and Simulink block descriptions.
- Comprehensive Introduction to Raptor-Dev — hands-on project directory setup, introduction to target definition blocks, trigger blocks, measurement & adjustment blocks, I/O blocks, fault management blocks, data storage blocks, and CAN blocks.
- Comprehensive Introduction to Raptor-Cal – hands-on experience flashing modules, creating online displays, and making calibrations.
- Raptor Hardware Deep Dive – in-depth introduction to hardware, followed by hands-on kit setup and testing.
- Custom Topics — Q & A, along with helpful tips and insights for getting more out of Raptor for your specific field or application.
On-Site Training Options
While Raptor Training sessions are regularly held at New Eagle, they can also be conveniently scheduled at your worksite and tailored to your team’s needs. To learn more or to schedule an on-site Raptor Training, contact our team.
Train Anytime Online
Whether you’re getting started or just need a point-of-reference, our exclusive online Raptor Training video series is available 24/7 to approved New Eagle wiki users.
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Held at Las Vegas Convention Center (3150 Paradise Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89109), the show features the latest advancements in construction technology.
Stop by booth SL80201 to learn about how our powerful control platform, Raptor, can deliver the scalable production control system solutions today’s developers need to create the construction equipment of tomorrow using powerful embedded Model-Based Development (eMBD) software tools and rugged, production hardware.
Sign up by clicking below, or learn more by visiting the CONEXPO website.
Join us for our popular Raptor Training program where participants will receive hands-on training with our embedded model-based controls, Raptor platform.
Tuesday, January 21 – Thursday, January 23, 2020
New Eagle Headquarters
110 Parkland Plaza
Ann Arbor, MI 48103
If you cannot attend the first training of the new year, reach out to our sales team to inquire about additional options customized to your needs. Also, be sure to subscribe to New Eagle’s Raptor newsletter to stay informed about our Raptor Platform’s tips and tricks, updates and future classes.
What to Expect in Raptor Training
Attendees will use a throttle body controller project as an introductory guide to Raptor-Dev in the MATLAB/Simulink library. This will allow them to create a model intended for a target piece of hardware. Then, participants will use Raptor-CAL to flash the compiled software onto the hardware and make live calibratable adjustments on the flashed ECU.
On-Site, Customized Raptor Training Options
Can’t make it or prefer a more personalized training of New Eagle’s embedded model-based development tools? Our Raptor experts can travel to your team’s work facility for hands-on instruction catered to your needs.
To learn more about these options and schedule a training at your location, email us at [email protected].
REGISTER NOW as we only have a few seats left!
Join New Eagle in San Jose, California at the MathWorks MATLAB Expo in the DoubleTree by Hilton San Jose on November 6, 2019.
Meet with us at our booth where you will learn about Raptor, embedded Model-Based Development (eMBD) suite, our powerful platform for creating production control systems. See how Raptor’s tool suite leverages the open ECU development environment of MATLAB/Simulink to deliver the fast, flexible solutions developers need for rapid-prototyping.
Plus, learn how the Raptor hardware line is delivering scalable solutions for today’s market-driven developers with its rugged, high-volume production offerings that support a complete production cycle.
Attending the MATLAB Expo is free, but registration is required. Sign up by clicking below, or learn more on the MathWorks website.
See Us at the AVT Expo in Booth AV231
Join New Eagle at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan for the Autonomous Vehicle Technology Expo on October 22-24, 2019.
Connect with us in booth AV231 to learn all about or innovative solutions for advancing autonomous vehicle technology, like our drive-by-wire kits.
For more information or to register to attend, click below.
Don’t miss your chance to take a spin in our drive-by-wire Pacifica and Jeep Cherokee at Live Demo Day on October 25, 2019.
This concluding event for the AVT expo gives you the opportunity to get up-close and personal with a range of innovation, all at Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
Beat the rush and schedule a demo ahead of time! Just email [email protected] to book your slot.
Connect with New Eagle in Booth 816
Meet with New Eagle in booth 816 at the 2019 Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo at the Suburban Collection Showplace (46100 Grand River Ave) in Novi, Michigan on September 10-12, 2019 to learn about our proven, production control system solutions for electric (EV) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs).
Here you can talk with our team of experts about how embedded model-based development (eMBD) on the Raptor control platform can expedite the path to production for innovative EVs and HEVs leveraging fast, efficient and reliable software techniques and production hardware.
Schedule a time to speak with our team during the show by selecting the button below.
Meet Our Partners
While at the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo make sure to visit each of our partner booths to learn how we work together to offer you the best, production-level products for your project.
You can find and learn more about our partners with the EVT EXPO’s Exhibitor Alpha list and then add our partners to your EVT Show Planner. This interactive tool allows you to add exhibitor collateral, products, events, photos and recommend exhibitors prior to and during the show.
What to Expect at EVT
Each year, the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo draws over 8,000 attendees, 600 suppliers, and 100 speakers together to discuss cutting-edge innovation in the EV and HEV industry.
For anyone hoping to remain at the forefront of cutting-edge technology and market growth, the EVT Expo is not one to miss.
Learn About Cutting-Edge EV/HEV Control Solutions
Take a look at our EV/HEV resources for more information about what EV/HEV products we offer and what solutions we assisted with.
- Research which OEM-level, production-ready EV components are right for your solution.
- Not sure which EV Components to choose? Download our EV/HEV Feasability Guide for guidance.
- Ready to buy our products? Shop for Electric and Hybrid hardware at our web store.
New Eagle and partner company Gannet Engineering will exhibit together in booth 146 at the 2019 Symposium on International Automotive Technology (SIAT 2019) in Pune, India.
Featuring innovative control system solutions, the two companies will share expertise and products like the drive-by-wire kit that simplifies autonomous vehicle development.
“We’re thrilled for this opportunity to share fast, efficient and reliable control solutions at such a wonderful gathering of automotive leaders,” states Rich Swortzel, president of New Eagle. “As Gannet Engineering and New Eagle continue to work together, we hope our shared vision for a smarter, safer world will be realized through solutions like ours that make development faster, easier and safer for developers worldwide.” Gannet Engineering will also be highlighting their calibration optimization tool, calG, and their Gannet Academy. The Academy offers 20 courses that prepare calibration, controls, and software engineers for tomorrow’s automotive sector and spans over five potential career paths.
Hosted by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), SIAT 2019 will run from January 16-18, 2019 at the Oxford Golf Resort – Hill Top in Pune, India. To learn more or to register for the expo, visit the SIAT 2019 website.