Implementación De Un Control De Velocidad Fuzzy Mediante Un Sistema De Control En Red Inalámbrico (Wncs)

Translated title of the contribution: Implementing a Fuzzy Speed Control Using a Wireless Network Control System (Wncs)

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Abstract

Wireless Network Control Systems is a system that contains intelligent agents, which address issues of control theory; Combined with the theory of communication, there are two theories that practically form an ecosystem in which sensors, actuators and controllers interact through a wireless network. One of the main advantages is the reduction of costs both in implementation and maintenance, reduces the wiring and there is more flexibility, on the other hand, there are limitations because the medium is not ideal, thus having the so-called latencies that are delays in data transmission. Because today everything is happening to the internet of things and taking into account the lack of practical applications in this area, in this paper we developed a fuzzy speed control system of an AC motor, which is housed in a Pi 3 raspberry card. By interlinking programming languages such as HTML, PHP and JSCRIPT to manage the data flow between client and server, we have a closed-loop system. In the plant, sensors such as the actuator are connected to an Arduino Mega 2560 card and a wireless Dragino module. A fuzzy speed controller will be implemented, demonstrating its usefulness and the limitations that can be given to have a wireless control (WNCS) in this type of plants.
Translated title of the contributionImplementing a Fuzzy Speed Control Using a Wireless Network Control System (Wncs)
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Title of host publicationImplementación De Un Control De Velocidad Fuzzy Mediante Un Sistema De Control En Red Inalámbrico (Wncs)
PublisherEditorial Abya-Yala
ISBN (Print)2631-2697
StatePublished - 30 Aug 2019

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