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By studying Mechatronics you will be able to bring together the engineering elements of electronic, electrical, mechanical, programming and coding into a single foundation of new skills.
Mechatronics allows you to step from the electrical to the mechanical environment with ease. As industry shapes up for IoT and Industry 4.0, there is a big requirement for engineers who can bridge this gap. Engineers who can design and deploy from electrical to mechanical are those multi-skilled engineers that industry needs to stay relevant. If you are looking for variety and longevity in engineering, Mechatronics is a good place to start. Noah Greene from Phoenix Contact tells us why he chose Mechatronics and how it continues to shape his career.
Noah spoke to us previously about Functional Safety you can pick up this interview here.