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Looking for resources about Mechatronics

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zawminoo

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Mechatronics

Hi Everybody,

I want to know about "Mechatronics".

1.What different between mechatronics and electromechanical?
2.What should know for a mechatronic engineer?
3.Does anyone have a course of mechatronics.
(I want mechatronics cources from various university)
4.Any good link for mechatronics.

Sorry if this topic is not related this forum.

ZMO
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Re: Mechatronics

Mechatronic Engineering is the hybrid discipline of mechanics, electronics and computing. It describes a new concept in the world of making the value added products. In the past, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers and computer engineers needed to co-operate to develop a product from concept to customer. Industry now needs a skilled engineer who can manage all three disciplines simultaneously, especially at the design stage to crease "intelligent machines", e.g. cameras, robots, washing machines, etc., the demand for which is continually increasing.
Mechatronic Engineers are often involved in work at the cutting edge of technology and so the work is challenging and exciting. Many machines can have their performance enhanced by making them mechatronic. Machines designed and manufacturing in Australia, such as washing machines and dishwashers, automotive engines and automatic transmissions, as well as numerous machines used for production and in agriculture, have a significant mechatronics component. Thus, the career prospects for Mechatronic Engineers are excellent

quoted from the unsw website:

https://www.handbook.unsw.edu.au/undergraduate/specialisations/2006/MechatronicEngineering.html
 

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