Mechatronics engineering is the design of computer-controlled electromechanical systems. It can be viewed as ‘modern mechanical engineering design’ in the sense that the design of the mechanical system must be performed together with that of the electrical/electronic and computer control aspects that will comprise the complete system. Some examples of mechatronic systems include; Robotics; Factories management and automation via PLC’s and microcontrollers; Electric Vehicles Technology; OBD systems; and Process control and instrumentations.
CD or DVD player; a computer hard disc drive; a video cassette recorder (VCR); a fly-by-wire aircraft control system; and an anti-lock braking system (ABS). Each of these products is essentially mechanical in nature, but could not function without the integral design of the electrical and computer control systems that are critical to their operation.
Professional excellence and integrity in living, learning and practicing with the highest ethical and clinical standards,
Commitment to developing the engineering through the integration of education, research and collaboration.
Respecting the rights, opinions and beliefs of others in a diverse, culturally sensitive and supportive environment.
A culture of open communication that fosters a sense of community.
Mechatronics is a vibrant multidisciplinary branch of engineering interlinking Electronics, Mechanics, and computers as well as communication and signal processing. It is the core of any Robotics and.1or Automation system. It is time to step out of our routine and the conventional way of life and pursue a new profession before it is too late. The world is changing around us, the survival and success are on the side of those who are willing to adapt. The new generations are going to live in a world that is, by far, unlike the world that their parents and grandparents were living in. It is becoming ever harder to cruise through life without interacting with automation systems, smart machines, or robots. Many engineering firms and/or factories favor intelligent machines and robots over humans for many reasons:
- They are never late for work o They don’t fall sick
- They can coop with harsh environmental conditions
- They don’t waste time by going to the toilet
- They don’t complain
- No prejudice against social or other issues
- Does not pilfer, humans do
- Internet surfing and skiving
- Punctual and precise
- Automation & Control Engineer in car factory and services.
- Robotics Engineer and smart systems.
- Electromechanical systems for Airports and other transportation systems.
- IoT: Programer, installer, technical service, and support engineer
- Municipality and Service Engineering