About Zagros Smart Home:
Zagros Smart Home Group is one of the first designers and manufacturers of Smart Home Products and Building Management Systems (BMS) in Iran.
The scope and expertise of the Zagros Manufacturing Group includes, but not limited to:
1. Designing and manufacturing of real-time Smart Control Systems for residential, commercial, recreational, urban, and gardens.
2. Design and production of Building Management Systems (BMS), monitoring and smart real-time control of building electrical, mechatronics, and HVAC facilities, and equipment.
3. Design and production of smart urban systems, traffic control and monitoring.
4. Custom designs for embedded systems with centralized or decentralized control – Multilingual platform (including mobile software, tablet, laptop or central computer, central controller, server, cloud processing or cloud storage)
5. Design of robotic systems including aerial robotics.
Our goal is to implement your building Smart Home Control system at the lowest cost possible, and provide a solid warranty with high standards of customer service and satisfaction.
Contact us now for a free consultation of your project, or a visit from our demo rooms:
About the CEO & Founder of the Zagros Manufacturing Group:
Dr. Amin Kamalzadeh, graduated from Sharif University of Technology in Mechanical Engineering in 2002. He continued his educations and research in the field of Dynamics and Robotics in Queen's University, Kingston, Canada under M.Sc. degree until 2004.
He achieved his Doctoral degree at University of Waterloo (Canada), by research in the field of Control Theory, Mechatronics Design, and Implementation of Ultra-Precision CNC Control Systems until 2008. He then continued to a post-doctoral program at the Simon Fraser University (Vancouver, Canada working on design of MEMS sensors for measuring vehicle tire forces/moments until 2010.
After university research activities, he moved to Silicon Valley, California, and worked 3.5 years for KLA-Tencor company, a major manufacturer and supplier of semiconductor equipment testing machines in the world. His main focus at KLA-Tencor was on precision robotic platforms for advanced electronic scanner devices. (Scanning electron microscope scanners).
After returning to Iran, he continued his R&D activities in the field of control and mechatronics design, which lead to the production of Smart Home Control Systems for construction and urban industries, by establishing Yaghout Zagros Tech Co. in Shiraz, Iran. In addition to activities in the Smart Home and BMS areas, the long-term objectives of the company and extend to fields of unmanned autonomous aerial robotic systems, air transportation (aerial taxis), and Advanced Scanning Technologies including Scanning Electron Beam Machines – SEM.
Book and Paper Articles:
Kamalzadeh A., Precision Control of High Speed Ball Screw Drives: Control of CNC Machines, VDM Verlag, ISBN: 978-3-639-20259-5, 2009.
• Kamalzadeh A., Erkorkmaz K., “Compensation of Axial Vibrations in Ball Screw Drives”, Annals of CIRP, Vol. 56, No. 1, pp. 373-378, 2007.
• Kamalzadeh A., Erkorkmaz K., “Compensation of Lead Errors and Elastic Deformations in Ball Screw Drives”, CIRP - Journal of Manufacturing Systems, Vol. 36, No. 5, 2007.
• Kamalzadeh, A., Erkorkmaz K., “Accurate tracking controller design for high-speed drives’’, International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, Vol. 47, No. 9, pp.1393-1400, 2007.
• Erkorkmaz K., Kamalzadeh A., “High Bandwidth Control of Ball Screw Drives”, Annals of CIRP, Vol. 55, No. 1, pp. 393-398, 2006.
• Kamalzadeh A., Golnaraghi M.F., Parameswaran A.M., Leungm A.M., “A novel sensor design for the tire load monitoring: overall design and analysis”, Int. J. of Vehicle Design (IJVD), Vol. 56, pp. 203–223, 2010.
• Notash L., Kamalzadeh A., “Inverse Dynamics of Wire-Actuated Parallel Manipulators with a Constraining Linkage”, Mechanism and Machine Theory, Vol. 42, No. 9, pp. 1103-1118, 2007.
• Abdoli-Eramaki M., Stevenson J.M., Agnew M.J., Kamalzadeh A., “Comparison of 3D Dynamic Virtual Model to Link Segment Model for Estimation of Net L4/L5 Reaction Moments During Lifting”, Computer methods in biomechanics and biomedical engineering, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 227-237, 2009.
CONFERENCE ARTICLES AND TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS:
• Kamalzadeh A., Erkorkmaz K., “Robust Compensation of Elastic Deformations in Ball Screw Drives”, 3rd CIRP International Conference on High Performance Cutting, Dublin, Ireland, June 12-13, 2008.
• Kamalzadeh A., Erkorkmaz K., “Modeling and Control of Flexible Deformations and Volumetric Errors in High-Speed Ball Screw Drives”, 21st Canadian Congress of Applied Mechanics, Toronto, ON, June 3-7, 2007.
• Kamalzadeh A., Erkorkmaz K., “Compensation of Lead Errors and Elastic Deformations in Ball Screw Drives”, International Conference on Smart Machining Systems, Gaithersburg, MD, March 13-15, 2007.
• Kamalzadeh A., Erkorkmaz K., “Accurate Tracking Controller Design for High Speed Drives”, Proc. CIRP 2nd Intl. Conf. on High Performance Cutting (HPC'06), Vancouver, BC, June 12-13, 2006.
• Kamalzadeh A., Notash L., “Wire Deactivation Methodology for Inverse Dynamics of Wire-Actuated Redundant Manipulators”, Proc. ASME Int. Conf., Anaheim, USA, Nov 2004.
• Abdoli E. M., Kamalzadeh A., Stevenson J., Agnew M., “Proof of Principle for a Personal Lifting Assist Device”, Proc. 13th Biennial Conf. for the Canadian Society for Biomechanics, 1 page, Halifax, Canada, Aug 2004.
• Kamalzadeh A., Notash L., “Inverse Dynamic Modeling of a 4-DOF Wire-Actuated Parallel Manipulator with Redundancy in Actuation”, Proc. CSME Forum, London, Canada, June 2004.
• Technical presentation at DTL Mori-Seiki, Sacramento, California, Oct. 2007
• Invited Presentation for Magnecomp Precision Technology Corp., Temecula, California, Oct. 2007