Same as the physical QUBE-Servo 2, the virtual system features a DC motor with the inertia disk and inverted pendulum modules. Rotary encoders measure the angular position of the DC motor and pendulum. The motor angular velocity is measured through a software-based tachometer.

  • High-fidelity, credible lab experiences equivalent to use of physical lab equipment
  • 12-month, multi-seat subscription
  • Full access to system parameters through Matlab®/Simulink®
  • Comprehensive ABET-aligned curriculum mapped to popular control engineering textbooks

DC Motor (Inertia Disk) Module

Pendulum Module

  • Hardware integration
  • Filtering
  • Step response modeling
  • Block diagram modeling
  • Parameter estimation
  • Frequency response modeling
  • State-space modeling
  • Friction identification
  • Stability analysis
  • Second-order systems
  • Routh-Hurwitz stability
  • Nyquist stability
  • PD control
  • Lead Compensator
  • Proportional control
  • Steady-state error
  • Load disturbance
  • Robustness
  • Optimal control
  • Introduction to digital control
  • Discrete stability
  • Introduction to discrete control
  • Moment of inertia
  • Pendulum modeling
  • State-space modeling
  • Pendulum balance control
  • Swing-up control
  • LQR state-feedback balance control
  • Pole-placement state-feedback balance control

Product Details

App download & access to subscription management Quanser Academic Portal
App OS compatibility MS Windows 10 64-bit
Required software MATLAB 2019a or later (not included)
Recommended system requirements Video Card: Intel HD 5000 or equivalent DX11 GPU
Intel Iris Pro 5200 or equivalent
Processor: Core i3-3225 3.3 GHz or equivalent
Memory: 4 GM RAM


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