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Using Cordis Suite to Design Control Logic

Cordis Suite is a practical toolset that enables you to design software according to the principles of Model-Driven Engineering. Cordis Suite is suited mainly for control logic, i.e., software used to drive moving (‘mechatronic’) systems. This includes software for high-tech machines such as medical equipment or 3D printers, along with infrastructural systems such as bridges and tunnels, or climate control systems inside buildings (‘smart buildings’).

ICT Group uses Cordis Suite and other applications when designing software based on the Model-Driven Engineering method. We take advantage of today’s new technologies to train tomorrow’s software engineers.

In the case study we describe how the Cordis Suite works in practice based on a hypothetical example: the design of software for a machine that places items on a conveyor belt using robot-operated gripper arms.

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Ronald Wiericx

Ronald Wiericx

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