Ball Balancing Table, with its easily accessible and user-friendly components, is a hands-on experiment, closing the gap between real industrial systems and DIY-approach. Open source software makes it possible that students and researchers can modify and test their own developed algorithms.
Stewart Platform can offer realistic simulations at six-axis owing to the high sensitivity of linear actuators, gyroscope, and a three-axis accelerometer. Every unit of the Stewart platform is controllable independently with the modifiable open-source software and users can understand the effects of different controller types on the system.
ACROBOT 6-DOF Robot Arm, with its high technology joint actuators, is a hands-on experiment, closing the gap between real industrial systems and DIY- approach. Users can understand the complex inverse kinematics algorithms and quickly prototype new motion control architecture for industrial serial kinematics robots.
Apply control theory in real-life with ACROME Ball and Beam! The ball and beam system consists of a long beam together with a ball rolling back and forth on top of the beam. The long beam tilted by a servo. Controlling the position of a ball on a beam is one of the classical problems of control theory.
ACROME Delta Robot, with its accessible and student-familiar components, can empower your robotics and automation laboratory. Completely open-source software makes it possible for students and researchers to modify, create and test their own algorithms for complex applications.
1 DOF COPTER
1 DOF Copter has been designed to simplify the intelligent control strategy of flight systems. With the motor compatible electronic speed controller and high-resolution encoder 1 DOF Copter enables users to experience the fundamental concepts of quadcopters, rockets, hovercrafts, and underwater vehicles. Students easily understand the main topics of control engineering.