Friday, July 19, 2013

What is the Most Efficient Way to Validate Your Control Research?

All around the world, researchers in such areas as flight control, unmanned vehicles, biomedical and rehabilitation robotics, haptics, industrial robotics and automation and more are using the Quanser platform as their most efficient means of developing, prototyping and refining their systems to make them ready for implementation or production.

Dr. Nejat Olgac demonstrates his research on time-delayed systems using the Quanser linear servo system at the ACC 2012 Conference.   
Why are so many of your peers choosing the Quanser platform? The reasons, with numerous supporting research examples, are found in our latest whitepaper, “The Quanser Platform for Control Systems Research Validation”, by Michel Levis, M.A.Sc., Applications Engineer, and Tom Lee, Ph.D., Chief Education Officer, both of Quanser. 

The paper presents a number of theoretical and application research examples from various institutions that have deployed Quanser equipment to validate their research in such key control research areas as Adaptive Control, Nonlinear Control, Robust Control, Optimal Control, Intelligent Fuzzy Control and System Identification.

To download a copy of the whitepaper, click here.

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