University of Western Australia (UWA) - Mechatronics Engineering

University of Western Australia (UWA)

University of Western Australia (UWA)

Mechatronics engineering at University of Western Australia (UWA) - Australia

    The University of Western Australia
    35 Stirling Highway
    Crawley, Perth
    Western Australia 6009
    Phone (+61 8) 6488 3061


Mechatronics engineers design and maintain machinery with electronic and computer control systems, such as aircraft, robots, motor vehicles, cameras, power generators and mining and chemical plant machinery.

Mechatronics Engineers:

    - design, develop, maintain and manage high-technology engineering systems for the automation of industrial tasks
    - apply mechatronic or automated solutions to the transfer of material, components or finished goods
    - apply advanced electronic control systems, which are usually computer-driven
    - design and assist in the manufacture of consumer products, such as cameras and video recorders
    - apply electronic and mechanical processes and computers to tasks where the use of human labour may be dangerous (e.g. underwater exploration, mining or forestry)
    - carry out studies into the feasibility, cost implications and performance benefits of new mechatronic equipment.

You'll learn to:

  • work in advanced manufacturing, mechatronics, digital systems, microprocessors and embedded systems, factory automation, manufacturing and automotive industries
  • design digital and embedded systems
  • develop code for automation and robotics applications
  • integrate software, electronic hardware and mechanical systems to perform a specified function

More info: University of Western Australia - Mechatronics


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