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Mechatronics is a new, interdisciplinary engineering field which includes the combination of mechanics, electronics, informatics, automation and robotics. Mechatronics is one of the fastest growing areas of engineering. The term mechatronics was introduced by japan. The aim of mechatronics is to improve the functionality of technical systems and the creation of new concepts of machinery and equipment with built-in 'artificial intelligence'. Mechatronics engineering may a modern approach to automation techniques for the broadly defined needs of engineering and education. It also covers many well-known disciplines such as electrical engineering, power electronics, digital technology, microprocessor technology, and other techniques. The most important feature of mechatronic devices is the ability to process and communicate information accurately in a form of different types of signals with high level of automation of devices. Topics like mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, telecommunications engineering, shall be discussed.
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Scope and importance
A mechatronics engineer unites the principles of mechanics, electronics, and computing to generate a simpler, more economical and reliable system. The term "mechatronics" was coined by Tetsuro Mori, the senior engineer of the Japanese company Yaskawa in 1969. An industrial robot is a prime example of a mechatronics system; it includes aspects of electronics, mechanics, and computing to do its day-to-day jobs.
For the last few decades, the mechatronics education has expanded with evolution into multidisciplinary courses offerings to specialized mechatronics curricula development. From the recent communications with industry, however, it is clear that a course in Mechatronics must include how the mechatronic system design to be implemented into real industrial applications with emphasis on system level understanding and integration reflected on the fundamentals and basic tools across multiple engineering disciplines. Mechatronics requires synergistic ways of looking at design tools and drive systems. From transistors with discrete circuitry to field programmable gate array (FPGAs), electronics began with standardized units. Standardization is a prerequisite of greater integration. Integration enabled new developments and continues to fuel innovation in the electronics industry. Mechatronic robotics and handling systems are critical components for factory automation, enabling motion sequences that would otherwise require extensive manual labor, such as automatic equipment assembly, loading and unloading, picking and palletizing. In modern automotive factories, up to 95% of body-in-white processes—where a car takes shape—are automated, saving labor and materials costs. In a typical welding application, for example, a robot might place 30 welding spots every 60 seconds, achieving short cycle times and an extremely high level of repeat accuracy.
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