Participant : A. Layec.
The preparation of the final draft of the A. Layec  has been carried out.
Two publications based on this work has been presented , .
Currently work is under way to implement some results as a new Scicos Toolbox (an extension of MODNUM) using the new features which will be available in the future version of Scilab/Scicos.
Controlling an Inverted Pendulum using FLEX with Scilab/Scicos
At SUPSI (Scuola Universitaria Professionale della Svizzera Italiana), Lugano, Switzerland, an Inverted Pendulum was controlled using FLEX board with Scilab/Scicos.
ScicosLab : A free scientific software package
Temperature Control Platform Based on Scilab/Scicos, Comedi and Rtai-Lab
Jes??s Andr??s Jara and William Ipanaqu??
Universidad de Piura
This article describes the design and implementation of a real-time temperature controller based on a free open source software (FOSS) tool-chain. This tool-chain comprises LINUX+RTAI Scilab/Scicos and additional C/C++ libraries added to enhance the man machine interface. The hardware components of the controller consist on an USB I/O interface card, a temperature sensor an a fan cooler that acts as the actuating signal . The heating source is implemented using a light bulb. Several typical PID controllers have been designed based on a model of the system obtained by means of classical identification techniques.