In just a few days, control experts from around the world will meet in Japan for the SICE 2011 Conference. The annual meeting of the Japanese Society of Instrument and Control Engineers will take place September 13 - 18 at the prestigious Waseda University. Delegates will discuss the latest developments in a wide range of fields, from measurement and control to system analysis and design, along with their applications in mechatronics, smart robotics and unmanned systems.
Conference delegates will find a lot of interesting "toys" on display at Quanser's exhibit at SICE 2011. You will see a live demonstration of the Active Suspension system, representing hands-on teaching tools developed at Quanser to help engineering students master even the most advanced control theories. You can also learn about Quanser's open architecture robotics platforms or indoor unmanned vehicle system research platform, to name just a few, all of which can be valuable in experimental verifications of your theoretical designs.
If you are attending SICE 2011, stop by Quanser's exhibit to discuss how you can enhance your engineering lab and accelerate your research.