Reconciling disparate control systems, each very powerful and having individual strengths, is becoming quite common for systems' integrators, especially as end users look for options to modify and improve their control systems. -- 04.13.09 FULL ARTICLE
Dynamic Structures of Coquitlam, Canada, have been contracted to build the world's largest telescope. They have selected Autodesk Inventor software to design and test the project. -- 04.01.09FULL ARTICLE
The Society of Manufacturing Engineers announced a new partnership with the National Association of Manufacturing. NAM has developed a Manufacturing Skills Certification System to provide a more accurate way of evaluating skills, and has accelerated the process through the use of online testing. -- 03.24.09 FULL ARTICLE
An exchange of engineering students between technical universities in the European Union and Canada was launched focusing on replacing traditional lecture-based teaching to an improved one for mechatronics. -- 03.23.09 FULL ARTICLE
In her report last year on mechatronics’ system design, Aberdeen Group Research Analyst Michelle Boucher wrote about the business challenges facing manufacturers, such as shorter product development schedules. -- 02.19.09FULL ARTICLE
Peter Semmelhack is the first to admit that when he founded New York City-based BugLabs in 2006, mechatronics was the furthest thing from his mind. -- 02.13.09FULL ARTICLE
If these students are any indication, the future of mechatronics is bright.
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