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About Mechatronics Engineering

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Innovative Learning
Mechatronics Engineering empowers future engineers with hands-on experience in robotics, automation systems, and computer programming, fostering innovation and practical skills in a collaborative learning environment.
Driving Innovation
Driving Innovation

Mechatronics Engineering supports the development of electric vehicles, autonomous car systems, and advanced engine components, pushing the boundaries of modern transportation.

Smart Farming
Smart Farming

Mechatronics Engineering transforms agriculture by integrating advanced mechanization tools such as automated sprinkler systems, drones for crop monitoring, and PV systems, promoting sustainable and efficient farming practices.

Cutting-Edge Healthcare
Cutting-Edge Healthcare

Mechatronics Engineering transforms agriculture by integrating advanced mechanization tools such as automated sprinkler systems, drones for crop monitoring, and PV systems, promoting sustainable and efficient farming practices.

Precision and Efficiency
Precision and Efficiency

Mechatronics Engineering revolutionizes manufacturing with robotic arms and automated systems on assembly lines, ensuring precise and efficient production through computer-controlled machinery and advanced automation technologies.

The Innovative Impact of Mechatronics Engineering
The Innovative Impact of Mechatronics Engineering

Mechatronics Engineering supports innovation by integrating mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering to create advanced automation systems, smart devices, and cutting-edge technologies that revolutionize industries such as healthcare, automotive, agriculture, and manufacturing.


 

Mechatronics, a unique and emergent discipline, was started with the inception of Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Technology (MGIT) in the year 1997. This innovative discipline of engineering, which is an integrated technology involving synergetic consideration and fusion of concepts of Mechanical engineering, Electronics, Electrical, Computer Science, Data Science, and Control Engineering. The key element being the integration of these areas through the design process.

The curriculum of Mechatronics Engineering consists of Basic Mechanical Engineering enriched with Automation courses like SCADA based Instrumentation & Control Systems, Computer-Aided Pneumatic and Hydraulic Control Systems, Design and Simulation of Industrial Pneumatic and Hydraulic Circuits, CNC Machines and their programming, Industrial Automation & Robotics, Robotic Programming, Machine Vision, Servo-mechanics, Automotive Engineering, Automotive Equipment, Advanced Computer-Aided Design/Computer-Aided Manufacturing, Machine Tools with CNC-EDM, Thermal Engineering and Heat Transfer with Computer-Based Multi-Cylinder Petrol and Diesel Engine Design and Analysis, Advanced Material Testing with Computer-Based Tensile and Torsion Testing, Computer-Based Measurement Equipment like portable Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), 3D printing, Design of Electric Vehicles and Drones, and Building Automation / Home Automation.

Mechatronics Engineering is widely used in our day-to-day life. Physically, a Mechatronic System is composed of four prime components. They are sensors, actuators, controllers, and mechanical components. It is used in appliances like washing machines and dishwashers. It’s also used in measuring devices like testing of sensors, and calibration devices. Within the Automobile chassis, systems utilizing mechatronics include anti-lock brakes. Products that have been designed using Mechatronics Engineering include DVDs, car anti-lock braking systems, and computer hard discs. While each of these products is mechanical, they require computer and electrical control systems to function. Electronic stability programs, suspension, and steering. For the drive train, injection systems are driven by software in engine controllers and throttles are powered by electric actuators. Mechatronics Engineering is also helping to solve labor shortages in various industries. It is done by helping companies automate, reducing the need for staff to carry out repetitive tasks. Mechatronics Engineering is used in equipment including gantry systems for imaging, telescopic pillars for raising and lowering surgical tables, and actuation systems for hospital beds, examination couches, and stretchers.

A farmer can use various mechanization tools such as inverters, sprinkler systems, drip irrigation, and PV systems to increase crop production for the betterment of his life in society. In an unfriendly industrial environment, mechatronics systems can help create a competitive advantage. Concepts of Mechatronics Engineering are used to design innovative, accurate, and intelligent medical devices and optimize conventional medical instruments. There are many specializations in Mechatronics Engineering. One can easily know about this by doing the graduation in Mechatronics Engineering. The person with this specialization can easily be employed in firms such as Software industries, Aerospace, Defence, Transport, Medical, Assistive technology, Mining, Material handling, Human-machine interaction, Manufacturing, Robotics, and much more.

The future of Mechatronics Engineering in India and the world is bright, and there are numerous opportunities for engineers in this field. From robotics and automation to smart devices and self-driving cars, mechatronics engineers are at the forefront of innovation and technology development.