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Networked control systems with Arduino: an introduction to technology, programming and robotics

Universidad Politécnica de Madrid via Miríadax

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Descripción de curso
Traditional control systems are nowadays becoming in global data sharing solutions based on open platforms and free data repositories. In this context, Arduino is one of the most employed electronic devices in order to implement simple control solutions. This platform includes the most common communication ports (like UART or I2C) and supports the most popular communication protocols such as MQTT. This course describes all these details and shows how designing and implementing control system using Arduino devices. Moreover, the technique to connect to the global Internet the constructed control systems and allow a global data sharing is also described.

Syllabus

Module 0. Presentation
Module 1. Limited-resource devices: Arduino
Module 2. Sensors, actuators and initial control systems
Module 3. Communication ports and protocols
Module 4. Networked control systems
Module 5. Location and storage
Module 6. Data representation and new technologies
Module 7. Final project

Taught by

Álvaro Sánchez Picot, Diego Martín de Andrés and Borja Bordel Sánchez

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