mechatronic


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mechatronic

(ˌmɛkəˈtrɒnɪk)
adj
(General Engineering) relating to mechatronics
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The aim of this work is to develop procedures for creating a "driver" for mechatronic device that provides automatic integration with software and hardware infrastructure of the "Internet-laboratory" without any corrections of its low-level code.
Automatic Control and Mechatronic Engineering II (ICACME 2013); select papers
The MESA Committee provides a forum for technical discussions and interactions on topics related to emerging technologies in mechatronic and embedded systems that impact critical research and engineering issues.
Mechatronic systems are widespread in various areas of life--home, office, manufacturing, and transport.
Mechatronic systems and materials; mechatronic systems and robotics; proceedings.
BIRMINGHAM-based Mechatronic has beaten the credit squeeze to win a vital new pounds 500,000 automotive order.
Sheldon-based Mechatronic Production Systems has secured the funding offer from Business Link West Midlands, Birmingham City Council and Investbx to help with a short-term problem.
Association of German Engineers has recognised Audi's dynamic steering with its Mechatronic Innovation award.
Christian Fritz, product manager for motion and mechatronics at National Instruments, said that control system designers often find themselves at the back of the queue when it comes to design of a mechatronic system.
The new MECHATRONICS & MICROMECHATRONICS field (Gheorghe, 2003) is expressed mainly by the integration of the micro-systems, of the microsensors, of the micro-actuators, of the micro-controllers and of the micro-processors and secondly, by the designing methodology, that goes beyond the conventional procedure to the mechatronic/^mechatronic procedure, a shift of mind in the modeling, the simulation and the optimization of any product.
Simscape extends Simulink for modeling and simulating mechatronic and other multidomain physical systems using a physical network, or acausal modeling, approach.