Title: Model-based system engineering in control education using HIL simulators
Other Titles: Výuka automatického řízení s využitím HIL simulátorů
Authors: Čech, Martin
Goubej, Martin
Sobota, Jaroslav
Visioli, Antonio
Citation: ČECH, M. GOUBEJ, M. SOBOTA, J. VISIOLI, A. Model-based system engineering in control education using HIL simulators. In Proceedings of IFAC World Congress 2020. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2020. s. 17302-17307. ISBN: neuvedeno , ISSN: 2405-8963
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Elsevier
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: 2-s2.0-85114741965
ISBN: neuvedeno
ISSN: 2405-8963
Keywords: výuka automatického řízení;hardware-in-the-Loop;modelování;STEM
Keywords in different language: Control education;hardware-in-the-loop simulations, modeling;model-based system engineering;knowledge-based engineering;STEM education
Abstract: Ćlánek ukazuje, jak využít techniky HIL simulace při výuce automatického řízení. Konečným cílem je lépe respektovat požadavky průmyslové praxe.
Abstract in different language: Nowadays, model-based and knowledge-based system engineering bring completely new demands also to the master degree teaching process and programs. Specifically, it is necessary to establish gluing technologies between individual master degree courses while full STEM education scope is covered. Since huge changes in educational system are often subject to complex, time demanding evaluation and approval process, there is usually significant delay between actual industrial needs and time when universities are able to deliver to the market engineers with required knowledge and curricula. Consequently, solutions which can be implemented in actual courses without huge investments of money and time is what educators should strive for. This paper shows how simple hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulators may help during the whole training period while respecting needs of already established courses dealing e.g. with modeling and simulation, control design, industrial IT and communication, control HW and electronics, sensors and actuators. The concept is demonstrated on several examples of already proven procedures in primary and second control courses.
Rights: © Elsevier
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