Mechatronics is an area of engineering that combines mechanical and electrical engineering and computer science. A typical mechatronic system picks up signals from the environment, processes them to generate output signals, transforming them into forces, motions and actions. A report by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited states that India is expected to be one of the most competitive manufacturing nations by 2020. Owing to this fact, the employment of mechanical engineers is projected to grow by 9% from 2016 to 2026, as fast as the average for all occupations.
The Industrial Mechatronic Systems course is designed to develop knowledgeable and skillful technocrats who can cater to the rising needs of industry and society for innovative and useful products and systems required in healthcare, communication, energy, transport, space and defence applications. This course will have a lucid description of the fundamentals of Mechatronics, interesting case studies and mini projects.
The eLearning content and interactive sessions will help students learn the principles of Mechatronics and apply them in practice. The planned quizzes will assess the performance of students on a regular basis. The knowledge gained in this course will be useful in understanding the working of existing Mechatronics based systems and in building newer ones.
Hands-on will be conducted using a physical kit-based setup which requires two sets of kits - PLC kit and Arduino kit. Arduino kit will be provided as part of the course depending on the number of registrations per institute (the same Arduino kit can also be used for hands-on experiments in TCS iON Industry Honour Certification - IoT and its Applications). The Arduino kit will be shared among 5 students from each institute on a time-sharing mode. This kit once received by the institute has to be tested as defect free within 2 working days of delivery and will become the responsibility of the institute. The institute will be responsible for maintaining and managing the kit, its usage and bear any costs involved. The PLC kit, that is already present in the college for practical use in the electrical/mechanical department also needs to be used for the course. The procurement process and the cost for any additional kits or peripherals required will have to be handled/borne by the institute. The same kits will be reused for summative assessments.+ Read More - Read Less
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