Friday, June 15, 2012

Learn about New Approaches to Research at 2012 IFAC Time Delay Systems Workshop

If you are planning to attend this year's IFAC Workshop on Time Delay Systems, you'll discover some of the latest initiatives that research specialists in the field of controls and time delay systems have been exploring. Learn how their research is accelerated using real-time rapid prototyping tools and open-architecture systems.

Professor Olgac from the University of Connecticut will be presenting his research in multiple time delayed feedback systems, using the Cluster Treatment of Characteristic Roots paradigm. Join his presentation on Friday, June 22 at 3:50 pm and experience the interactive demonstration of his work using Quanser's Linear Inverted Pendulum system.

Quanser's Engineers will also demonstrate the effects of time delay on the performance of a master-slave position-position tele-operation. Stop by the Quanser display in the Exhibit room. The setup using two servo plants is a great example of how a modular multi-purpose plant can be used along with a powerful rapid prototyping software to develop, simulate and deploy various time delay scenarios on a real-time control system, demonstrate the resulting effects, and explore compensation techniques in both the teaching and research domains.

We look forward to meeting you and discussing how our solutions can assist you and your research in time delay systems and controls.

If you are unable to join the workshop, and would like to learn more about research solutions for time delay, please contact us directly at your convenience.

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