by Murtaza Bohra

Unmanned Systems Engineer | Quanser Consulting Inc.

One of the best parts of my job as an R&D engineer at Quanser is meeting with our customers and learning how they use our systems in their teaching labs or for their research. Recently, I visited the Autonomous Vehicles...

by Michel Levis

Application Engineer | Quanser Inc.

In the previous "intermediate control" blog post series, we highlighted the Ball and Beam and Magnetic Levitation systems as a great way to introduce the advanced control concepts without requiring students to use state-space techniques. Another great plant to use...

by Zuzana Fabusova

Applications Marketing Specialist | Quanser

For some twenty years, Quanser Shake Tables are helping civil engineering students grasp complex concepts of structural dynamics and earthquake engineering more quickly and thoroughly. Engaging, hands-on experiments allow them to leap past dry theory and 'experience' an earthquake in...

by Gilbert Lai

Systems, Control & Software Engineer | Quanser

When attending this year's American Control Conference (ACC), one of the special sessions caught my attention. The National Science Foundation (NSF) invited junior faculty and researchers to a presentation titled “Getting Funded by NSF: Proposal Preparation and the Merit Review Process”...
Date: Sept 30 - Oct 3, 2018 Location: Atlanta, Georgia
The 2018 Dynamic Systems and Control (DSC) Conference will be held on September 30 - October 3, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta, located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The DSC conference is the showcase technical forum of...

by Michel Levis

Application Engineer | Quanser Inc.

In introductory control system courses, the analysis is typically done in the S-domain using transfer functions, and the advanced control courses introduce students to the state-space modeling and state-feedback control techniques. But quite often, instructors are caught in the mid-range...