Profile of the Center of Modern Control Techniques and Industrial Informatics
- We are a university research center focused on teaching and research
in the field of advanced control techniques and industrial automation.
- We are equipped with the most up-to-date resources for development, simulation and implementation for regulation,
control, information, management and communication systems.
- Technical, program and network resources were supplied by the world’s leading companies in information
technology and management (Rockwell Automation,
Mathworks and others.)
which provide regular updates as well.
- The supplied resources have been arranged into the 5-level DCS pyramid model
in accordance with the international CIM standard (Computer Integrated Manufacturing),
which ensures the implementation of a fully-automated control system for production companies.
- All research and development of control system components is conducted
based on the 5-level DCS pyramid model.
- The obtained results are applied in the curriculum of courses
for bachelor and master studies, in the base research and in solving practical problems in manufacturing
- 11.3.2013: The series of seminars will continue on 13.3. (Wednesday) by topic Implementation of Predictive Control Algorithms of Physical Systems Models to the Virtual Laboratory presented by Ing. Štefan Jajčíšin in room V144 at 13:00.
- 6.3.2013: The series of seminars continues with topic: Possibilities of mobile robotics and robotic arm OWI 535, presented by Ing. Jakub Čerkala on 6.3.2013 in room V144 at 13:30.
- 12.2.2013: Next contribution to series of seminars is topic Spiking Neural Networks presented by Ing. Radoslav Bielek on 20.2.2013 in room V144 at 13:00.
- 17.1.2013: The Bernecker & Rainer company presented it's products and solutions - B&R Automation Studio Target for Simulink. (Presentation 1)(Presentation 2)(Photo from presentation)
- 10.1.2013: The series of seminars will continue on 17.1. (Thursday) by topic Modeling and Diagnostics of Manipulator and Robotic Systems presented by Ing. Ján Ilkovič in room V144 at 12:00.
- 8/01/2013: The first presented topic in a series of seminars will be Predictive Control of Nonlinear Processes presented by Ing. Nikola Kabakov. The seminar will be held on 01.10.2013 (Thursday) at 13:00 in room V144.
- 8/01/2013: The Centre organizes a series of seminars in which members of the Centre will present their scientific work
- 10/12/2012: TUKE was accepted as an associate member of the ALICE project in CERN and the Center members are charged with tasks related to the ALICE experiment
- 9/30/2012: Web page has been translated to English language
- 9/01/2012: We have new members Ing. Radoslav Bielek and Ing. Jakub Čerkala
- 5/17/2012: New video added (Flexible Manufacturing System)
- 5/14/2012: New video added (Mitsubishi robot controlled by Kinect and smartphone)
- 3/28/2012: New video added (Flexible Assembly Company)
- 3/28/2012: New model added (32-bit single-chip product SMT3210C-EVAL)
- 3/24/2012: DCAI has a facebook page