The 2 DOF Helicopter experiment provides an economical test bed to understand and develop control laws for vehicles with dynamics representative of a tethered rigid body helicopter, spacecraft or underwater vehicle.
With the 2 DOF Inverted Pendulum module added to two Rotary Servo Base Units (SRV02), students can build on their knowledge of fundamental robotic principles to control a two-dimensional pendulum.
The 3 Degrees of Freedom (DOF) Gyroscope is a dynamically diverse experimental platform ideal for study of rotational dynamics principles.
The 3 DOF Helicopter experiment provides a bench top model of a Tandem rotor helicopter, used for transport and search and rescue missions. It can be used to understand and develop control laws for a vehicle that has dynamics representative of a dual rotor rigid body helicopter, or any device with similar dynamics.
The 3 DOF Hover system is ideal to introduce intermediate to advanced control concepts of flight dynamics and control in vertical lift off vehicles.
The Gyro/Stable Platform module for the Rotary Servo Base Unit provides an excellent opportunity to teach rotational dynamics principles.
The QNET Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) Board for NI ELVIS platform is ideal for teaching the fundamentals of flight dynamics and control.
The Quanser AERO is a dual-rotor aerospace experiment with reconfigurable dynamic components for mechatronics exploration and control.