Wireless Network Control Systems (WNCS) are spatially distributed systems where communication between sensors, actuators and controllers occurs through a digital wireless communication network with limited capacity. This distributed architecture allows the system to be reconfigurable, in general allows to reduce installation costs due to reduced wiring. In addition, it makes it possible to use a company's intranet or internet to communicate the different components of the control system, in such a way that the elements of the wireless system can be distant from each other and close the control loop through the network or cloud, Therefore, it is proposed to make a wireless controller that considers reducing transmissions through the sensor to the controller and from the controller to the actuator as much as possible guaranteeing the dynamic behavior of the closed loop as well as the stability of the plant, for which we are going to develop and implement a PID controller based on events applied to a plant control system (Beam-Ball), where predictive algorithms will be applied.
|Translated title of the contribution||Event-Based Predictive Controller For Beam-Ball System Using One Wncs|
|Original language||Spanish (Ecuador)|
|Title of host publication||Predictive controller based on events for the beam-ball system using a WNCS|
|State||Published - 2 Aug 2018|