This course equips participants with the fundamental tools needed to analyse, design and tune controllers with
in-depth analysis of key considerations for precision control, such as uncertainty analysis, noise sources and filtering, and metrology and error sources, to name a few. The knowledge gained will enhanced the participant’s ability to increase machines’ performance in terms of precision, accuracy, speed and reliability. The participants will also gained awareness of the capabilities of various high-tech equipment, latest concepts at the forefront of precision engineering for actuation and sensing. Various case studies on error compensation, self-calibration, as well as practical implementation for control in some technology areas such as voice coil motors and permanent magnet linear motors will be used to impart the techniques which can be applied immediately to engineering issues in the day-to-day operation.
Why This Course
- Designed specifically based on local industry demand
- Highly practical and intensive
Latest knowledge and up-to-date technologies
- Case studies highlighting industrial applications
- Expert trainers in the field with industrial experience
Who Should Attend
This course targets at mechatronics/mechanical/electrical/control engineers, precision machines and automation systems designers and researchers, process engineers and plant supervisors. The course is also relevant for participants from industries, such as precision engineering, electronics, machine tools, automotive, aerospace, optics, semiconductor and etc, where accuracy capability and performance is critical to the production.
Watch our webinar video for "WSQ course in Mechatronics – Highlights of Successful Case Studies" held on 18 May 2020 for more information about this Graduate Diploma course.