Joint ACTC / National Instruments Workshop
"Advances in Real Time Control for Automotive Systems"
General Motors University - Auburn Hills Campus, MI, USA
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The workshop is jointly organised by National Instruments and the Applied Control Technology Consortium (ACTC) which is an international training and technology transfer body that includes 40 of the leading automotive, aerospace, and embedded control tools suppliers.
Improved control can provide automotive manufacturers with a competitive advantage with little additional manufacturing cost. This one-day workshop focuses upon new developments in automotive control and it includes an international perspective from both the USA and Europe on new techniques and technologies. There should be ample time for questions and discussion and the delegates will receive copies of all of the notes presented. There is no charge for members of the Applied Control Technology Consortium (ACTC) and there is a much-reduced cost for students. The speakers attending the event will be drawn from a wide variety of leading companies and organisations.
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|09:00||Welcome to GMU, Dr Hossein Javaherian, GM Research and Development|
|09:10||Introduction and Overview of New Developments in Control Technologies, Professor Mike Grimble, University of Strathclyde / ACTC|
|09:40||Modern Powertrain Control Techniques, Dr Man Feng Chang, GM Research and Development|
|10:15||TEA / COFFEE|
|10:45||[Abstract]||LabVIEW 8 Control Design Tools for Integrated Development, John Wilson, National Instruments|
|11:30||[Abstract]||Self-Organizing Neural Network Estimator in Automotive Applications Using LabVIEW, Dr. Milos Milacic, Fuel-Cell Controls Engineer, Ford Motor Company|
|13:15||[Abstract]||Start-up Kit for Rapid Prototyping, Brad Baker, National Instruments|
|14.00||[Abstract]||Development of Advanced Vehicle Dynamics Control Systems through Co-Simulation, Joe Lemieux and Paul Chambon, Ricardo Inc.|
|14:45||TEA / COFFEE|
|15:15||Automotive Control Engineering Training, Dr Andrzej Ordys, University of Strathclyde / ACTC|
|15:45||Round Table Discussion|
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