Servo Magazine ( February 2009 )

Implementing a Digital PID Controller on the PenAeroBot

By Carlos Montesinos, Ricardo Toro    View In Digital Edition  

Our philosophy at the Control Systems Laboratory at the University of Illinois is to teach students through interacting and experimenting with their own designs. In our lab, we continuously develop experiments to implement the theoretical concepts learned in class. One of the projects we are currently developing is the Pendulum Aeronautic Robot (PenAeroBot). This system is an inverted pendulum and the idea is to control its angle of inclination, propelled by two motors...


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