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Mechatronics in Embedded Motion Control Systems

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Patrick G. Hurh
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Patrick G. Hurh
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12 Apr 2010, 10:42
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Abstract:
Mechatronics is the synergistic integration of design through mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science and controls. It defines the current state of evolutionary change of engineering fields that deals with the design of controlled electromechanical systems. Advances in embedded computing and availability of small form factor processors with increased performance and at ever reducing cost makes possible the use of the computer control in thousands of consumer products, as well as in various research projects.

This presentation gives an overview of design principles of mechatronics in embedded motion control systems and discusses some of its applications, in research areas like motion planning and control, steering control, x-by-wire and precision motion control, conducted at Mechatronics Laboratory at University of Illinois at Chicago.

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