This track focuses on using MATLAB, Simulink, and Model-Based Design to design complex, multidomain, time-varying systems that include controls, signal processing, communications, and image and video processing applications.
Designing, tuning, and analysing a closed-loop control system for a real-world application is an iterative process and can be very time-consuming.
In the development of complex next-generation signal processing and video products and technologies, design-flow discontinuities are becoming increasingly disruptive and expensive.
Honeywell Technology Solutions Lab
This presentation describes Honeywell’s work developing a system simulation model of an electrohydraulic actuator for a variable nozzle turbine (VNT) turbocharger.
National Aerospace Laboratories
This session presents the development of a real-time flight simulator for control design.
Advances in solid-state power electronics enable engineers to develop equipment that modulates and converts higher power ranges than ever before.