Technikum Wien Academy
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The Mechatronics/Robotics bachelor’s degree program offers a solid education in mechatronics with an emphasis in robotics. No previous technical knowledge is required: Students start with the basic principles and learn all of the necessary knowledge in the areas of mechanics, electronics, computer science, sensor technology, processor technology, and actuator technology. Students learn how to program industrial robots starting in the first semester. By the end of their studies, students are able to operate and develop mobile robots. Students learn:
Teaching students to apply solution-oriented thinking in the interest of customers and users of mechatronic systems represents a key aspect of the Mechatronics/Robotics bachelor’s degree program. Along with imparting a well-founded understanding of the constantly changing technologies at the cutting edge of the field, one of the key challenges is therefore to make the risks arising from this rapid change calculable and controllable using system analysis, modeling, and applied project management in order to achieve high-quality solutions and results.
The term “mechatronics” originally comes from Japan. It was initially registered as a trademark by the company Yaskawa and was not released for use by the public until 1982. In Europe, the term was adopted by the German automotive industry in particular, which introduced the occupation of mechatronics specialist. The word mechatronics is a blend that was created by combining mechanics and electronics. According to the current usage – especially in Europe – the term also includes computer science. However, what makes mechatronics unique is the fact that certain aspects of these areas are combined to create an entirely new field.
Mechatronics specialists are highly sought-after on the job market.
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You must have one of the following to apply for the Mechatronics/Robotics bachelor’s degree program:
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