Raptor Training 101 - Raptor System Basics

What is Raptor Training 101

Raptor Training 101 is a 2-day course designed to expidite the new user onboarding process through an in-depth introduction to Raptor Development tools, general embedded systems, and model-based controls engineering. The class is hands-on and project-based, allowing users to gain familiarity with the Raptor Platform by building, deploying, calibrating, and refining a real-world control application.

Cost / Seat - $3,000

Why Should I Attend?

  • Save time and expedite the learning curve - go from installing Raptor to creating custom applications in 2 days. 
  • Receive personalized feedback, guidance, and user tips from our experienced trainer in a small classroom setting.
  • Re-enfoce your learning with hands-on exercises that will carry over to your real-world applications. 

How Do I Attend?

Raptor Training 101 will be available on-site at New Eagle Headquarters in Ann Arbor, Michigan on the following dates:
  • March 19-20, 2024
  • May 14-15, 2024
  • June 18-19, 2024
  • August 20-21, 2024
  • October 22-23, 2024

Register today to reserve your seat and our sales team will follow up to finalize your reservation details and collect payment. Additional classes may be made available as seats fill up. Remote training and training at the customer location are offered at request. 

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Course Curriculum

Day 1:

  • Introduction to Real-Time Systems
  • Overview of Raptor Systems and Model-Based Design
    • Raptor Hardware and Software Components
    • Raptor System Application Development Process
  • Raptor Software Installation and Configuration
  • Raptor-Cal Introduction & Module Fundamentals
    • Raptor-Cal Operating Principles and File Types
    • Raptor-Cal Features and Workflow
    • Raptor Controller Basics
    • Hands-On Exercise: Flashing and Calibrating a Module in Raptor-Cal
  • Introduction to Raptor-Dev
    • Raptor System Algorithm Development Workflow
    • Model Preparation for Raptor Libraries
    • Raptor Blocks
    • How to Build an Application
    • Hands-On Exercise: Kit Setup and Simple Simulink Model Build and Flash

Day 2:

  • Raptor-Dev Libraries
    • Timed Trigger, Application Monitoring, and Tool Chain Definition Blocks
    • Raptor I/O, Table Axis, and Interpolation Blocks
    • Signal Characterization and Basic Control Strategies
    • PID Control
    • Hands-On Exercise: Throttle Project - Characterization and Controls
  • Fault Management
    • Fault Basics and Introduction to Raptor Fault Blocks
    • Hands-On Exercise: Throttle Project - Faults
  • CAN Communication
    • CAN Communication Basics and Raptor CAN Blocks
    • Hands-On Exercise: Throttle Project - CAN
  • Data Storage
    • Data Store, Data Read, and Data Write Blocks
    • Hands-On Exercise: Data Storage

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