George Ellis


IIoT, Industrie 4.0 October 1, 2000

Feedforward for faster control response

C ontrol systems often rely on feedforward to improve their ability to respond to the command signal. Feedforward is based on the structure in control systems where one loop is nested inside another. For example, in motion control systems, a velocity loop is often enclosed inside a position loop. The position loop generates a velocity command, which is shuttled to the velocity loop.

By George Ellis