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Mobile Wireless Networked Controlled Systems: Control Issues

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Mobile Wireless Networked Controlled Systems (MoWiNCS) are time-varying spatially distributed systems in which between the controlled plant (actuator, process, and sensor) and the controller there is a shared limited bandwidth network. The network induced delay, packet losses and reordering of packets deteriorates the system’s performance. In a similar manner as the communications OSI -stack, control engineers are mostly involved with the application layer where robust controllers are designed capable of handling the aforementioned QoS-issues. In the middleware layer, appropriate network reconfigurations relying on the commanded motion of mobile agents (robots) are provided while in the physical layer for Wireless NCS , the power control to ensure connectivity is of paramount importance. This talk will explore these issues through a series of examples and provide certain theoretical tools.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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