Using MATLAB/Simulink with C code generation toolboxes and Linux-based support packages gives an easy way to deploy algorithms onto the NEO. The below proof of concept project images show the use of the built-in IMU sensors, USB camera. CAN interface, and GPIO and more also possible. Simulink external mode allows you to view live data coming from the algorithm running in real-time on the NEO and to change parameters. Fast task in red getting IMU samples while slow task in green generating a sine wave. USB camera used for blob detection: Red square drawn around bright green objects. It should be possible to generate code for Cortex-M core as well, but this hasn't been explored much yet.