He is a professional with the skills required to apply control systems, specialized mechanisms, programming and other engineering tools, with which he creates, maintains and updates, devices with the degree of intelligence, which allows them to perform tangible tasks, efficiently and autonomous, either in whole or in part.
Why Mechatronics Engineering?
Where can you start?
WHAT CAN YOU WORK?
- Design and manufacture devices, machines, equipment and / or products with the degree of intelligence, which allows them to perform tangible tasks, efficiently and autonomously.
- Perform in companies providing automation services, manufacturing industries and in general in all types of industries that use mechatronic systems.
- Participate in planning and design projects of technological modernization programs, process control, energy saving, automation of manufacturing processes and industrial and mobile robotics.
- Perform in high-level management positions, consultancies or start your own company, due to the comprehensive training in values and areas of quality, leadership and entrepreneurial development you receive during your career.
- Generate technology-based companies and participate in companies with a high scientific component.
- Solve problems of high complexity in the manufacturing industry and design of intelligent systems.
- Participate in research projects and teaching processes in the assimilation and adaptation of new technologies for the modernization of the industry.
CONCENTRATIONSThe program of studies of Mechatronic Engineering presents the possibility of opting for a concentration through blocks of professional electives such as: Mobile Robotics, Domotics, Industrial Automation, Maintenance, among others, in order to expand your knowledge and expand your skills as professional.
ADVANTAGES OF STUDYING AT INTECThe work and professional field of the mechatronic engineer is wide and expanding. In general the graduate of the program has a profile that allows him to perform wherever there is a product with the degree of intelligence, which allows them to perform tangible tasks, efficiently and autonomously. The list of products designed with the mechatronic approach is growing. Robots, equipment for automated manufacturing, video recorders, smart washing machines, gaming machines, numerical control machines, ATMs, artificial organs, smart buildings and cars equipped with remote ignition systems and active suspension, are examples of mechatronic systems.