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Contributed by Sebastián Dormido, Ljubo Vlacic.

ILM modules. The Interactive Learning Modules is a set of interactive tools developed as support to the well-known book of Åström and Hagglünd, Advanced PID Control. The set of interactive modules that comprise the ILM Project is presented to support the teaching and learning of basic automatic control concepts. The site provides also some other control education interactive tools: 1) SISO-GPCIT: Generalized Predictive Control Interactive Tool for SISO systems. 2) MIMO-GPCIT: Generalized Predictive Control Interactive Tool for MIMO systems.3) MRIT: Interactive Tool for Mobile Robotics. 4) Filtered Smith Predictor Interactive Tool: An Unified approach for Dead-time Process Control. 5) ITCRI: An Interactive Software Tool for Control-Relevant Identification. 6) ITSIE: An Interactive Software Tool for System Identification Education. 7) SISO-QFTIT: Quantitative Feedback Theory Interactive Tool for SISO systems.

AutomatLabs (VM+RE). Joint project of several Spanish universities leadership by UNED, and through which share virtual and remote Laboratories developed with EJS, oriented to the practice of control systems.

Automatic Control Laboratory. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich.

Automatic Control Telelab (RE). Interesting server with remote experiments on different plants (dc motor, magnetic levitator, helicopter, robot LEGO, tanks). It allows the introduction of control code developed by the user and even includes practices of system identification as well as competitions between students.

CHERIC Process Control Aplet Series (VM). Experiments with applets on basic aspects of process control (introduction, closed-loop, poles and zeros, PID, etc.)

Collaborative Virtual Labs (VM). Several collaborative virtual control laboratories of designed to carry out online practical classes via Internet. []

Control System Design (VM). Simple simulations covering problems in the real world (distillation columns, mills, pH control, etc.)

ControlWeb (VM). Tool that allows to analyze and simulate single input- single output (SISO) linear control systems.

Control Tutorials for Matlab (VH). Interesting collection of tutorials on different aspects of the analysis and design of automatic control systems. Covers both the theory of classic control concepts (PID, root locus, frequency response) and state space theory (state variables)

CSSDemo (VH). Collection of macros for Matlab that serve to illustrate the theoretical aspects of the text of Åström and Wittenmark "Computer-Controlled Systems." "Theory and Design".

Cuthbert Nyack index page for control. Visual and Interactive examples.

eMersion: A New Learning Technologies Project (RE+VD). Multidisciplinary effort focused to provide innovative pedagogical scenarios as well as for flexible learning resources based on the use of virtual and remote laboratories.

Fundamentals of Signals and Systems Using the Web and MATLAB (VM). Applets designed to the autostudy of certain aspects of the theory of signals and continuous and discrete systems (Fourier transform, convolution, filtering, sampling, aliasing phenomenon, etc.).

IC_Tools-Interactive learning tools for control (VH). Collection of interactive tools for the teaching of a wide range of practical and theoretical aspects (dynamic systems, modelling, linearization, linear systems representation, feedback systems , limitations, PID controllers, loop-shaping techniques).

Interactive Digital Filter Design (VD). Interactive web pages for the design of digital filters. After providing the design data, the server returns a page with information such as the graphs of filter response, its zeros and poles, and the C-code of the digital filter.

Java Applets for PID Tunning (VD). Simple experiments with Java applets on different methods of PID tuning controllers.

Control remote lab (RE). Remote laboratory with access to industrial equipment such as a pilot plant for the implementation of control operation and remote supervision experiences, of different setups controlling level, flow and temperature variables. []

The lab Virtual ISA EUP (VM). Various control experiments with descriptions of the functioning and simulations based on Java applets: inverted pendulum, suspension magnetic and ball and beam.

Servomechanisms Virtual Laboratory (VM). Applet created with Easy Java Simulations that simulates the operation of servomechanisms using different types of controllers.

LSLNR-Linear Systems Learner (VH). Interactive tool created for the study of basic concepts of linear control systems, using the root locus and analysing the effect of poles and zeros variation.

Mechatronics Remote-Access Laboratory (RE). Design of PID controllers for a third-order system built with RC circuits. It allows to introduce the code control designed by the user. It is based on LabView.

The Mini-Virtual Control Laboratory.

MIT Leg Lab Simulations.

PID controller laboratory (VM). Applet for design of two degrees of freedom PID controllers using a method based on the "Nyquist loop shaping".

PID Controller Tuning Simulation.

Tuning PID control by simulation.

Process Control Virtual Lab (VD). It provides a set of basic experiments on design and tuning using PID controllers.

Remote Dynamical Systems Laboratory (RE) Remote laboratory that provides access to experiments with first and second order systems. []

Remote and Virtual Lab Web Site (RE+VD+VM). Collection of resources for the realization of practical experiences about different types of systems, both simulated and real.

Resource Center for Engineering Laboratories on the Web (RE). Interesting server that allows access to a high number of remote control experiments on processes dynamics.

Signals, Systems and Control (VM). Collection of interactive applets focused as a visual aid for the understanding of different theoretical aspects in the theory of linear control systems.

University of Basel's Pendulum Lab.

The Virtual Control Laboratory at the University of Edinburgh.

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