Some about Control Engineering
Control engineering refers to a broad range of techniques and technologies which deals with the design, identification and analysis of systems with a view towards controlling them, i.e., to make them perform specific tasks or make them behave in a desired way. Multi-disciplinary in nature, control engineering activities seeks to understand physical systems using mathematical modeling in terms of inputs, outputs and various components with desired behavior; use control systems design tools to develope controllers for those systems; and implement controllers in physical systems employing available technology.
Originally, control engineering was all about contionuous, single-input/single-output systems in accordance to classical control theory. More recently, advancements in computer technology have allowed control engineers to overcome such limitations extending the framework to multiple-input/multiple output systems and moving to the discrete domain.
Advanced control schemes
With a broad expertise in control engineering, we at IDENER apply state-of-the-art control theory not just to tuning a predefined control scheme, but also to controller structure optimisation, system identification and implementation of advanced control systems, such as those listed next.