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Successful demonstration of active flutter suppression
An international team of researchers, including scientists from the DLR Institute of System Dynamics and Control (SR), has developed a control system that suppresses flutter of the aircraft structure.
Team with DLR participation wins the IFAC Industry competition on fault-tolerant control
A team consisting of scientists from Munich University of Applied Sciences (HM), TU Dresden, Université Bordeaux and the DLR Institute of System Dynamics and Control won the Aerospace Industrial Benchmark competition for fault-tolerant control at the 2023 IFAC World Congress.
Feierliche Verabschiedung von Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johann Bals in den Ruhestand
Mit einem wissenschaftlichen Kolloquium hat das Institut für Systemdynamik und Regelungstechnik (SR) seinen Gründungsdirektor Prof. Dr.-Ing. Johann Bals Ende Juli in den Ruhestand verabschiedet. Fast vier Jahrzehnte war Johann Bals in verschiedenen Positionen für das DLR tätig.
A rover for the Martian moon Phobos
The origin of Mars’ two moons, Phobos and Deimos, is still unclear. To unravel this mystery, the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Martian Moons eXploration (MMX) mission is scheduled to launch in 2024.
Cave training for DLR rover Scout
Researchers from the DLR Institute of System Dynamics and Control have conducted extensive tests in a Bavarian cave with the DLR rover Scout. The rover will be used to develop exploration technologies for future missions in lava caves on the Moon and Mars.
A high-tech running gear for the train of the future
The running gear of a train is a key factor for fast, reliable, safe and comfortable rail transport. The German Aerospace Center (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) is working on a new, running gear design for the future as part of its Next Generation Train (NGT) concept.
Real-time simulation and virtual commissioning in aviation
The automation offensive is in full swing in the aviation industry. Modular and versatile robot systems are increasingly replacing costly stationary systems and machines in aircraft construction.
Successful ‘Moon landing’ using the DLR motion simulator
European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut Roberto Vittori has tested various lunar landing manoeuvres for the first time in the flight deck of the ‘DLR Robotic Motion Simulator’. The motion simulator was developed at the DLR Institute of System Dynamics and Control and allows for extreme tilt angles and manoeuvres.
FMI 3.0 improves interoperability of simulation tools
The new version of the industry standard comes up with numerous innovations and optimized functions
From space to the road – 10 years of ROboMObil
For 10 years, it has served as a technology demonstrator and research platform for projects on autonomous driving, vehicle dynamics, control technology and artificial intelligence.
New outdoor test field for planetary rovers
The DLR Institute for System Dynamics and Control has commissioned a new test field for planetary rovers.
Projekt EMPHYSIS gewinnt ITEA Award of Excellence
Neuer eFMI-Standard beschleunigt modellbasierte Entwicklung von Embedded Software.
SR Scientist wins Best Paper Award
For his work “Structured Control Design for a Highly Flexible Flutter Demonstrator”, published in the MDPI Aerospace Journal, Manuel Pusch, scientist at the Institute of System Dynamics and Control (SR), received the Best Paper Award.
Best Paper Award IEEE VPPC
Dr. Ricardo de Castro, research scientist at the DLR Institute of System Dynamics and Control (SR), received the best paper award during the 2019 IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC) for his work on „Model Predictive Power Allocation for Hybrid Battery Balancing Systems“.
NASA Award for HP3 Team
The HP3 team of the Mars mission InSight was honored with the "Group Achievement Award (GAA)" by NASA. The team received the award for "outstanding achievements in the design, build and test of the experiment package" for the InSight project.
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