Mechatronics Engineer

Mechatronics Engineers work in all aspects of the development of products, from design and testing right through to manufacture. Mechatronics Engineers create machines that are made up of several parts: the mechanical system, the sensing and actuation, the control systems and the software.

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KEY SKILLS

  • PLC

  • Solidworks

  • Simulink

  • Electrical Plates

  • Matlab

  • Labview

  • CNC

  • C++

  • Autocad

  • Mechanical Design

PROS

  • Evergreen Branch

  • Wide Range of Sub-Disciplines

  • Excellent Pay Potential

  • Exciting Workplaces

  • Global Opportunities

  • Innovations for the Future

  • Respected Profession

CONS

  • Competitive Atmosphere

  • Extreme Pressure

  • Coursework Can Be Quite Difficult

OPPORTUNITY TYPES

GOT WHAT IT TAKES?

  • Companies 

  • government

  • loves robotics

  • has interest in mechanical as well as electronics

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Interesting Facts about the career

  • Work in an automated factory where robots assemble automobiles with little human intervention. Imagine banks of robots welding and riveting metal together under the watchful eyes of mechatronics engineering technologists.

  • Design a greenhouse that can grow food more productively than a farm. Using programmable controllers to carefully manage lighting, irrigation, nutrition and temperature, food yields can be optimized in a small space.

  • Help produce computer vision systems in automobiles that can eventually drive themselves. Produce computers that process input from video cameras so fast that they can simulate a human response. Imagine that these computers are networked together so that different vehicles can talk to each other and prevent accidents before they happen.

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