Institute of System Dynamics and Control

TechLab – space for test benches and the SCIL innovation laboratory
TechLab – space for test benches and the SCIL innovation laboratory
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TechLab – space for test benches and the SCIL innovation laboratory

The TechLab at the Institute of System Dynamics and Control in Oberpfaffenhofen houses various test benches and the Systems Control and Innovation Lab (SCIL).
The Institute of System Dynamics and Control is part of the Robotics and Mechatronics Center (RMC) cluster
The Institute of System Dynamics and Control is part of the Robotics and Mechatronics Center (RMC) cluster
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The Institute of System Dynamics and Control is part of the Robotics and Mechatronics Center (RMC) cluster

The RMC is DLR’s competence centre for research and development in the fields of robotics, mechatronics and optical sensor systems. The applications of the technologies and systems developed in the cluster focus primarily on programmatic tasks in the research areas of space, aeronautics and transport.
The Institute’s diverse research activities are based on the key technologies of modelling, control and optimisation
The Institute’s diverse research activities are based on the key technologies of modelling, control and optimisation
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The Institute’s diverse research activities are based on the key technologies of modelling, control and optimisation

This graphic shows the methodical interdisciplinary character of the Institute of System Dynamics and Control. Methods and tools: fundamental research and development in the fields of system modelling and simulation, control and monitoring, as well as optimisation and artificial intelligence. Applications: Service satellite, MMX rover, aircraft concept with electric propulsion, ROboMObil research platform for e-mobility and the Next Generation Train as examples of the Institute’s participation in DLR’s space, aeronautics and transport research programmes.
The DLR Robotic Motion Simulator (RMS) enables highly realistic driving or flight simulations
The DLR Robotic Motion Simulator (RMS) enables highly realistic driving or flight simulations
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The DLR Robotic Motion Simulator (RMS) enables highly realistic driving or flight simulations

The motion simulator platform is based on a standard industrial robot and is used for the development and testing of new driving and flight control algorithms and for the investigation of human-machine interfaces.

The DLR Institute of System Dynamics and Control focuses on the development and application of efficient system simulations and intelligent control systems for space and robotic systems, aircraft, and road and rail vehicles. The goal of method and tool development is to robustly increase the performance, efficiency, safety and comfort of controlled systems. The validation of simulation models and control procedures using test facilities, flight trials and driving evaluations plays an important role in the research work.

Contact
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johann Bals
    Head of the Institute
    German Aerospace Center (DLR)
    System Dynamics and Control
    Telephone: +49 8153 28-2433
    Fax: +49 8153 28-44-3883
    Münchener Straße 20
    82234 Oberpfaffenhofen-Weßling
    Contact
  • Monika Klauer
    Bureau office
    German Aerospace Center (DLR)
    System Dynamics and Control
    Telephone: +49 8153 28-2461
    Fax: +49 8153 28-44-3883
    Münchener Straße 20
    82234 Oberpfaffenhofen-Weßling
    Contact
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Forschung
Locations and Offices
Oberpfaffenhofen
Facts / Institutes
  • 24,23
    47

    Institute of System Dynamics and Control: number of journal contributions from – 49 percent of which in open access (2014 to 2018)

  • 24,23
    24
    number without open access journal contributions (2014 to 2018)
  • 24,23
    23
    number of open access journal contributions (2014 to 2018)
Facts / Institutes
  • 9,69
    78

    Institute of System Dynamics and Control: number of employees (2019)

  • 9,69
    9
    Female
  • 9,69
    69
    Male
Facts / Institutes
  • 171,232
    403

    Institute of System Dynamics and Control: number of publications – 42 percent open access (2014 to 2018)

  • 171,232
    171
    number of publications of open access between 2014 and 2018 (42 percent)
  • 171,232
    232
    number of publications of non-open access between 2014 and 2018

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