Definitions

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  • noun The synergistic combination of mechanical engineering, electronic engineering and software engineering for the study of automata from an engineering perspective and the control of advanced hybrid systems.

Etymologies

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Blend of mechanics and electronics

Examples

  • Also visit SMU engineering at The term mechatronics has been around since the mid-1960s, but was little used until recently.

    Engineering Hardware-Software

  • During her break from employment (not that I think you could class raising children as “taking a break”) she completed Open University degrees in mechatronics and product design.

    Ada Lovelace Day : KillerCodingNinjaBunny

  • During her break from employment (not that I think you could class raising children as “taking a break”) she completed Open University degrees in mechatronics and product design.

    Ada Lovelace Day : KillerCodingNinjaBunny

  • While the idea of mechatronics may not be new, technology developments such as smaller, more powerful microchips, new approaches to communication networks and new materials are enabling us to translate our ideas into new products that deliver increased functionality and use fewer resources.

    Engineering Hardware-Software

  • While the idea of mechatronics may not be new, technology developments such as smaller, more powerful microchips, new approaches to communication networks and new materials are enabling us to translate our ideas into new products that deliver increased functionality and use fewer resources.

    Engineering Hardware-Software

  • More and more people are talking about "mechatronics" as a distinct engineering discipline.

    Gadget Freak Files

  • "You don't need specialists in one or two areas to sit around a table and come up with a good product," says Guhl, "You need a number of different specialists, sometimes having knowledge of a numerous disciplines - such as mechatronics engineers - speaking the same language."

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  • "You don't need specialists in one or two areas to sit around a table and come up with a good product," says Guhl, "You need a number of different specialists, sometimes having knowledge of a numerous disciplines - such as mechatronics engineers - speaking the same language."

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • "You don't need specialists in one or two areas to sit around a table and come up with a good product," says Guhl, "You need a number of different specialists, sometimes having knowledge of a numerous disciplines - such as mechatronics engineers - speaking the same language."

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Do you consider yourself a "mechatronics" engineer?

    Gadget Freak Files

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