Industry-Specific Training

ISC courses can be adapted to suit your company's industry/business.

Below are examples of the courses we have tailored and delivered to our ACTC members.

Automotive
  • Advanced Engine Control For Automotive System - given to Chrysler's
  • Introduction to Modelling, Simulation and Control for Automotive Applications - given to Jaguar Cars, Ford (Dearborn, USA)
  • Kalman Filtering for Automotive Applications - given to Jaguar Cars, Ford (Dearborn, USA) and Ford (UK)
  • Overview of Advanced Control for Automotive Applications - given to Jaguar Cars, Ford (Dearborn, USA) and Visteon
  • Nonlinear Control for Automotive Applications - to be given to Ford (Dearborn, USA)
Aerospace
  • Introduction to Modelling, Simulation and Control for Aerospace Applications - given to Boeing (Seattle, USA)
  • Robust and Multivariable Control Design for Aerospace Applications - given to Boeing (Seattle, USA)
  • Introduction to Kalman Filtering - given to GKN Westland Helicopters
LabVIEW
  • Fundamentals of Dynamic Control using LabVIEW - given to National Instruments, (Austin, USA).
Metals Processing
  • 9th International Rolling Mill Academy, 5-9 November, Glasgow, Scotland
  • Shape and Gauge Control - given jointly with Alstom Power Conversion to Corus
  • Introduction to Kalman Filtering - given to Corus and Alcan
  • Predictive Control for Rolling Processes - given to Corus
  • Nonlinear MPC for Reheat Furnace Challenge - given to Corus
Power Generation
Process Industry
Servomechanism
  • Control Design for Servomechanisms (Three or Four Days) - This course has been delivered to SELEX-SAS, Raytheon and Thales Optronics, as well as a scheduled course with attendees from many other companies.
  • Hinf Design for Servomechanisms - given to BAE Systems (Electro-Optics)