The IFAC and IEEE Technical Committees on Control Education are seeking to curate information on freely available learning and teaching resources for the first course in Control. The aim is to provide a simple one-stop shop website where instructors can get an overview of free resources they could adopt with their own students.
The following journey contains the online resources that were collected from the community responses. Some of the content is beyond the traditional scope of a first control course. The mapping of the online resources to topics typically covered in a first control course will be completed in the near future.
The Institute for Systems Theory and Automatic Control offers 5 Matlab Apps on the topics of the Nyquist Criterion, Robustness and Stability, Loopshaping, Controllability and Observability...See More
Vídeos do curso Modelagem de Sistemas Dinâmicos. Mais informações na página do curso: https://helonayala.github.io/teaching/2018-msd/See More
The FOPTD_PI Tool is a Matlab-Interactive tuning tool of PI controllers for First Order PlusTime Delay processes. It can be used to teach basic control concepts based on a set of PI tuning...See More
This webinar is presented by Thiago Avila and covers what APC is, why we do it, examples of APC in the SAGD industry, what optimization opportunities are available, and where this technology...See More
r/PLC is dedicated to discussion and questions about Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs): "an industrial digital computer that has been ruggedized and adapted for the control of...See More
This video lecture is the beginning of an exploration of computer networking with the basics of sending digital information with a copper wire.
Lectures on Modelling and Control of Dynamic Systems from Patrick Lanusse of Bordeaux INP, France.See More
The basic course of control theory is taught in the 3rd year for the students specialized in information technology at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics of the Budapest...See More
In our Nyquist App, you can analyze the stability of the closed loop by using the Nyquist stability criterion. With the Nyquist stability criterion, you can determine the stability of the...See More
Engineering Students at Northern Illinois University are learning one of their core subjects, Dynamic Systems & Control, with the aid of a video game.See More
Control Loop Foundation contains workshops that allow the reader to get hands on experience through this web interface. Once a lab is selected, then you may access workshop directions and...See More