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Cognitive Control in the Real World
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3/15/2013  12 comments
Control systems have evolved over time from fixed value controllers to adaptive control systems.
Mars Rover Mining – an Engineering Feat
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3/12/2013  24 comments
NASA recently announced that the Mars rover Curiosity had collected the first sample from the interior of a rock on another planet.
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Integration in Industrial Plant Control
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3/8/2013  6 comments
ABB’s Extended Automation System 800xA Release 5.1 includes powerful object oriented tools to model and integrate the whole life cycle of plant and product.


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