Wednesday, June 20, 2012
New Research Outcomes Presented at 2012 American Control Conference
If you are attending the American Control Conference 2012 in Montreal next week, you'll receive an excellent overview of the current progress being made in key aspects of controls research. Quanser is pleased to be part of this year's ACC.
Join us on Tuesday, June 26 for a "Health Management, Fault-tolerant Control, and Cooperative Control of Unmanned Aircraft" workshop. This full-day workshop focuses on research activities and outcomes on the health management, fault diagnosis, fault-tolerant control, and cooperative control applications, with emphasis on UAVs.
The workshop includes a live demonstration of Quanser's 3 DOF Gyroscope with HiQ Avionics Data Acquisition board, a great example of Hardware-In-The-Loop platform integration with 3D simulation of unmanned systems. Workshop participants will also have an opportunity to visit Concordia University Networked Autonomous Vehicles Lab (NAVL) for a flight demonstration of Quanser's Qball-X4 quadrotor helicopter. To see the full list of workshop presenters, click here.
Professor Olgac from the University of Connecticut will be presenting his ongoing research on Inverted Pendulum Stabilization with Two-Delays and Cluster Treatment of Characteristic Roots (CTCR) Paradigm at Quanser's booth during the coffee and lunch breaks.
We look forward to meeting you at ACC 2012 and discussing how our control hardware and software can help you advance your research.
If you are unable to join the conference, and would like to learn more about our research solutions, please contact us directly at your convenience.