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Mechatronics engineering at the Temasek Polytechnic - Singapore

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Temasek Polytechnic
21 Tampines Avenue 1
Singapore 529757

Receive broad-based training in core engineering areas while you specialise in exciting fields such as advanced manufacturing, aerospace, aviation, sustainable energy, integrated facility management or biomedical engineering, and get the versatility that will give you an edge in today’s digital economy. 

Mechatronics Course Overview
Industry 4.0 is transforming the modern workplace. From the basic tenets of engineering to cutting-edge technology, this course prepares you for the new era of advanced manufacturing where humans, machines, and systems communicate and collaborate safely in real time. You will go through a multi-disciplinary experiential learning at the TP Advanced Manufacturing Centre (TP AMC) and learn to master the application of robotics, automation, 3D printing and data  analytics in technological areas such as cyber-physical systems, virtual manufacturing as well as machine vision and pattern recognition.
 

With increasing consumer demand for personalised products and smart digital services in growth areas such as advanced manufacturing, aerospace, robotics, artificial intelligence, precision engineering and pharmaceutical manufacturing, the specialised skills you will acquire in these areas will provide you an advantage in virtually any engineering sector!
In your final year, you can select one of these elective clusters:
• Advanced Manufacturing
• Advanced Engineering Skills
• 3D Printing
• Intralogistics & Cybersecurity
• Semiconductor Technology
• Work-Study Degree Programme

Automate with AI at the TP Advanced Manufacturing Centre
You will reap the benefits of authentic and multi-disciplinary experiential training in advanced automation technologies and solutions from industry leaders such as Omron, Siemens, Festo etc. These state-of-the-art manufacturing platforms are widely deployed globally at advanced manufacturing facilities for high-mix low-volume (HMLV) production. You will be well equipped to be part of the future-ready workforce in advanced manufacturing and ride the wave of Industry 4.0 transformation!
Develop robots at the Robotics & Automation Centre
You will have the opportunity to work on robotics projects under the supervision of a team of research engineers from this centre that focuses on core technological areas in embedded intelligent systems, edutainment robotics, research robotics, factory automation, process simulation, control and automation, as well as machine vision systems.

3D print at the Digital Fabrication & Additive Manufacturing Centre
You will benefit from working in the DFAMC to gain hands-on skills in additive manufacturing – part of the advanced manufacturing technologies involving polymer and metal 3D printing, which are applicable to many specialised and emerging industry applications. You can also work on collaboration projects with the industry to facilitate the adoption of 3D printing technology.

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