Quanser's Products Offered by Techenware

Below please find the various tools and product solutions that we offer and cater for:
Introduction to Control Systems
 

Introduction to Control Systems is typically a core course of the engineering undergraduate curriculum in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, and Chemical Engineering. Quanser plants offer the right mix of features, precision, robustness, and flexibility for a wide range of course variations and budgets. With the range of servomotor-based experiment options – from topboards for NI ELVIS platform to QUBE-Servo and other servomotor experiments – you can select what best supports the fundamental concepts taught in your introductory course, including motor characterization and modeling, velocity control, position control, PID control and more.Most systems come with a comprehensive ready-to-use courseware that allows you to quickly incorporate the plants into your course.

Control of Robotic and Autonomous Systems
 

Control of robotic systems is a core part of the Robotics and Intelligent Systems courses in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics Engineering. Quanser plants offer the right mix of features, precision, robustness, and flexibility for a wide range of introductory to advanced courses in robotic systems control. The systems demonstrate the concepts of robotics, including forward and inverse kinematics, manipulator dynamics, trajectory planning, vision systems and vision guided motion, control of multiple link manipulators and autonomous systems.Many new research fields emerged recently, applying innovative robotic solutions in areas such as medicine and rehabilitation, defense and aerospace sectors. Quanser has established strategic partnerships with key industrial robotic companies that allow researchers to benefit from completely open architecture and extremely flexible robotic platforms and enables innovative research to be performed using market leading robotic systems without the limitations of the typical closed controllers

Haptic Systems and Applications
 

Haptic technology is finding many applications in medical training, rehabilitation, areas requiring handling of dangerous materials, as well as in the entertainment and gaming industries. Research applications require platforms capable of reproducing movements and forces accurately, yet cost-effectively, through flexible frameworks on open architecture devices. Quanser haptic devices - leveraging more than two decades of our expertise in control - offer researchers the ability to easily and quickly change parameters of control systems, swap or customize haptic devices to adapt them to the specific needs of your research team encounter.

The video demonstrating Quanser AERO experimental plant is now available on Quanser website, as well as on the Partner Zone. The video highlights the main features of the experiment, including QFLEX 2 interfacing panel options, shows different system and experiment configurations, and lists the topics covered by the courseware. Select the high resolution or low resolution file based on your need and use in your presentations, during customer visits or web meeting.