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SATLOC - An innovative train control system for low traffic-density lines

T. Gradinariu, B. Stadlmann - SATLOC - An innovative train control system for low traffic-density lines - IRSE News, Vol. 2017, No. 2, 2017, pp. 17-23
SATLOC is a GNSS based safety relevant train control system designed for low trqaffic density lines. The paper introduces the system and its features. It...   more
  • Journal
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Parameter Identification of a Torsional Vibration Damper in Frequency Domain Using Adjoint Fourier Coefficients

T. Lauß, S. Oberpeilsteiner, W. Steiner, K. Nachbagauer, S. Reichl - Parameter Identification of a Torsional Vibration Damper in Frequency Domain Using Adjoint Fourier Coefficients - Proceedings of ECCOMAS Thematic Conference on Multibody Dynamics, Prague, Czech Republic, 2017, pp. 1-11
The adjoint method is a very powerful tool for parameter identification or optimal control in time domain. In most cases the results lead to some kind of...   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Hilfe beim Stopfen - Entwicklung eines Weichenstopf-Assistenzsystems

M. Bürger, G. Zauner, D. Buchbauer, G. Jodlbauer, F. Auer - Hilfe beim Stopfen - Entwicklung eines Weichenstopf-Assistenzsystems - Der Eisenbahningenieur, Vol. 2017, No. 6, 2017
  • Journal
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

GNSS based train localisation for automatic train operation

B. Stadlmann, S. Mandl - GNSS based train localisation for automatic train operation - Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on ITS Telecomunications, Warschau, Poland, 2017, pp. 7
This paper presents a practically tested solution for the GNSS based train localization of autonomous driving trains. When driving trains without driver on an...   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Input design and online system identification based on Poisson moment functions for system outputs with quantization noise

S. Mayr, G. Grabmair, J. Reger - Input design and online system identification based on Poisson moment functions for system outputs with quantization noise - Proceedings Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Valletta, Malta, 2017, pp. 23-29
We study optimal input design and bias-compensating parameter estimation methods for continuous-time models applied on a mechanical laboratory experiment....   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

A complete strategy for efficient and accurate multibody dynamics of flexible structures with large lap joints considering contact and friction

F. Pichler, W. Witteveen, P. Fischer - A complete strategy for efficient and accurate multibody dynamics of flexible structures with large lap joints considering contact and friction - Multibody System Dynamics, Vol. 40, No. 4, 2017, pp. 407-436
  • Journal
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Reduction of Physical and Constraint Degrees-of-Freedom of Redundant Formulated Multibody Systems

D. Stadlmayr, W. Witteveen, W. Steiner - Reduction of Physical and Constraint Degrees-of-Freedom of Redundant Formulated Multibody Systems - Journal of computational and nonlinear dynamics, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2016
Commercial multibody system simulation (MBS) tools commonly use a redundant coordinate formulation as part of their modeling strategy. Such multibody systems...   more
  • Journal
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

The Discrete Adjoint Gradient Computation for Optimization Problems in Multibody Dynamics

T. Lauß, S. Oberpeilsteiner, W. Steiner, K. Nachbagauer - The Discrete Adjoint Gradient Computation for Optimization Problems in Multibody Dynamics - Journal of computational and nonlinear dynamics, Vol. 12, No. 3, 2016
The adjoint method is a very efficient way to compute the gradient of a cost functional associated to a dynamical system depending on a set of input signals....   more
  • Journal
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Fully Automatized FEM Simulation of Fracture Plates

P. Leitner, D. Stadlmayr, M. Steinbatz, W. Höller, M. Metzger - Fully Automatized FEM Simulation of Fracture Plates - Proceedings NAFEMS DACH Regional Conference, Bamberg, Germany, 2016, pp. 4
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

A Generalized Constraint Reduction Method for Reduced Order MBS Models

D. Stadlmayr, W. Witteveen, W. Steiner - A Generalized Constraint Reduction Method for Reduced Order MBS Models - Multibody System Dynamics, 2016, pp. 1-16
In this paper we deal with the problem of ill-conditioned reduced order models in the context of redundant formulated nonlinear multibody system dynamics....   more
  • Journal
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Energy Optimal Control of an Industrial Robot by using the Adjoint Method

T. Lauß, P. Leitner, S. Oberpeilsteiner, W. Steiner - Energy Optimal Control of an Industrial Robot by using the Adjoint Method - 1st OAGM-ARW Joint Workshop Vision Meets Robotics, Wels, Austria, 2016, pp. 1-8
The main goal of this contribution is to determine the excitation of an industrial robot, such that the energy consumption becomes a minimum during the...   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Low Cost Remote Control for SAR Applications

M. Zauner, R. Edlinger, W. Rokitansky - Low Cost Remote Control for SAR Applications - 1st OAGM-ARW Joint Workshop Vision Meets Robotics, Wels, Austria, 2016
This poster presents a low-cost remote control for SAR applications. The use of multi robot systems makes it difficult to control all robots from one operator...   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

A Holonomic Robot for Rescue Applications

R. Edlinger, M. Zauner, W. Rokitansky - A Holonomic Robot for Rescue Applications - 1st OAGM-ARW Joint Workshop Vision Meets Robotics, Wels, Austria, 2016
For autonomous mobile robots it is important to have the capability to plan and reach a defined goal. In this article, we present a novel mobile robot for...   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

New Algorithm to Speed up the Computation of a Visibility Graph

M. Zauner, R. Edlinger, W. Rokitansky - New Algorithm to Speed up the Computation of a Visibility Graph - 1st OAGM-ARW Joint Workshop Vision Meets Robotics, Wels, Austria, 2016
This poster describes a new algorithm called B# which is needed to find the visibility graph of a polygonal region with obstacles defined by simple polygons....   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Embedded Adaptive Self-Tuning Control Development by a Free Toolchain

G. Grabmair, S. Mayr - Embedded Adaptive Self-Tuning Control Development by a Free Toolchain - Universal Journal of Control and Automation, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2015, pp. 33-38
n this study, we present an adaptive self-tuning controller (STC) design for small embedded systems. The new free tool-chain for model based control design is...   more
  • Journal
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Integrated Imaging and Vision Techniques for Industrial Inspection

Z. Liu, H. Ukida, P. Ramuhalli, K. Niel - Integrated Imaging and Vision Techniques for Industrial Inspection - Springer, 2015, pp. 541
This pioneering text/reference presents a detailed focus on the use of machine vision techniques in industrial inspection applications. An internationally...   more
  • Book
  • Measuring and Testing Technolgy
  • Information and Communication Systems
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Energy Optimal Manipulation of an Industrial Robot

T. Lauß, P. Leitner, S. Oberpeilsteiner, W. Steiner - Energy Optimal Manipulation of an Industrial Robot - Energy Optimal Manipulation of an Industrial Robot, Barcelona, Spain, 2015, pp. 1-10
The main goal of this contribution is to determine the excitation of an industrial robot, such that the energy consumption becomes a minimum during the...   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Industrial Inpsection with Open Eyes: Advance with Machine Vision Technology

Z. Liu, H. Ukida, K. Niel, P. Ramuhalli - Industrial Inpsection with Open Eyes: Advance with Machine Vision Technology in Integrated Imaging and Vision Techniques for Industrial Inspection (Contributions to Book: Part/Chapter/Section 1), (Editors: Z.Liu, H. Ukida, P. Ramuhalli, K. Niel) - Springer, 2015, pp. 1-37
Machine vision systems have evolved significantly with the technology advances to tackle the challenges from modern manufacturing industry. A wide range of...   more
  • Book
  • Measuring and Testing Technolgy
  • Information and Communication Systems
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

Ball on Ball: Modeling and control of a novel experiment set-up

R. Gahleitner - Ball on Ball: Modeling and control of a novel experiment set-up - Proceedings MATHMOD Conference 2015, Wien, Austria, 2015, pp. 812-817
This paper introduces a new control application. The goal is to balance a bowling ball on top of another bowling ball which rotates in three axes. The first...   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

RoboCupRescue 2015 - Robot League Team RRT-Team

M. Zauner, W. Rokitansky, R. Edlinger - RoboCupRescue 2015 - Robot League Team RRT-Team - RoboCup 2015 Symposium, Heifei, China, 2015
This paper describes the work of the RRT-Team (RoboRescueTeam) developing and building mobile rescue robots and UAVs. The team consists of research associates...   more
  • Proceedings
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

User satisfaction through building automation

H. C. Leindecker, D. Mittermaier, S. Zainer - User satisfaction through building automation - Sustainable Buildings. e-nova Int. Congress, Pinkafeld, Austria, 2015, pp. 255-262
To reach today’s energy efficiency goals building engineers have to focus on the development of intelligent and sustainable buildings. Building automation...   more
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  • Energy and the Environment
  • Automated Control Engineering and Simulation

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