MATLAB Answers

0

Vehicle Dynamics Blockset and Unreal Engine: Loading AutoVrtlEnv.uproject () in the Unreal Engine Editor.

Asked by Mauro Fusco on 15 Apr 2019
Latest activity Answered by Mauro Fusco on 13 Jun 2019
Hi,
I am exploring the Vehicle Dynamics Blockset Interface for Unreal Engine 4 Projects which contains AutoVrtlEnv.uproject - a pre-built 3d scene for Unreal Engine (4.19), which I would like to modify.
I have followed the steps in AVE_README.pdf (open('AVE_README.pdf')), in particular the method b.
The problem is that when the unreal engine editor opens, it shows the following Load Errors (see figure). I have tried to reinstall the blockset (i am using Matlab2019a), and also unreal engine (i am using the version 4.19, as this is the version used for this project, and also tried with a newer version 4.21). loaderrors.PNG
Any suggestion to solve this issue?
Regards,
Mauro

  2 Comments

hey could you please give me this (AVE_README.pdf) file cause I don't have it
Hi,
it will be stored in your ProgramData folder, for example:
C:\ProgramData\MATLAB\SupportPackages\R2019a\toolbox\shared\sim3dprojects\automotive
It's attached to this answer for your convenience.

Sign in to comment.

2 Answers

Answer by Mauro Fusco on 2 May 2019
Edited by Mauro Fusco on 2 May 2019

There is an update from Mathworks, coming around the 15th of May 2019, that should solve this problem. At the moment, the plugin is missing in the Vehicle Dynamics Blockset Interface for Unreal Engine 4 Projects, but the Mathworks development team has found a solution...looking forward!

  0 Comments

Sign in to comment.


Answer by Mauro Fusco on 13 Jun 2019

This problem has been solved by Mathworks with the release of May 2019, which contains the missing files.

  0 Comments

Sign in to comment.