B. Tech – Mechatronics Engineering
Mechatronics is a multidisciplinary field of science that includes a combination of mechanical engineering, electronics, computer engineering, telecommunications engineering, systems engineering and control engineering. As technology advances, the subfields of engineering multiply and adapt. Mechatronics' aim is a design process that unifies these subfields. Originally, mechatronics just included the combination of mechanics and electronics, therefore the word is a combination of mechanics and electronics; however, as technical systems have become more and more complex the definition has been broadened to include more technical areas.
The main objectives of B.Tech Mechatronics program are to produce students who are well prepared for Indian industry with necessary core competency to succeed long-term in engineering and entrepreneurship careers (post B.Tech) and those who are well prepared to undertake PG studies and careers in researchKeeping all these things in point of view GNA University has designed a new course i.eB.Tech In Mechatronics Engineering.
In which the subjects like IOT-Internet of things (aims to develop the understanding among the students that how all the things can be connected to a network), control engineering (aims at how all the machines can be made automatic), Renewable sustainable energy, MEMS and Nano-technology, VANET, Energy efficient sources, wireless communication, disaster management, Smart City Architect, Biomedical Electronics to develop a multidisciplinary course which is a blend of Mechanical, Core Electronics, Communication and Control Engineering etc.
Remotely operated vehicles on Mars, driverless cars and automated robots at manufacturing assembly lines are just some examples of mechatronics systems. These products are essentially mechanical in nature but could not function without electrical and computer control systems. There are also numerous automotive applications; modern high-performance cars have more than 100(We can write many mini computers) computers hidden in the engine management system, anti-lock brakes, active suspension control and elsewhere. Engineers with experience in mechatronics and robotic systems are therefore in high demand.