The Essence of Success in MechatronicsExcellence in any mechatronic development project can only be achieved by a team consisting of the best experts with:
- in-depth knowledge of their own domain
- basic understanding of adjacent domains
- cooperation attitude & skills
Do you want to enhance your mechatronics skills & have more fun and success in projects ?The Mechatronics Academy, located in the Brainport region Eindhoven, provides training on each of the three essential dimensions. It is run by leading experts, who combine insights from academics with many years of industrial experience, and it partners with The High Tech Institute.
The pool of trainers consists of a mix of experts from industry and university, who understand that it's not about what you tell during a training but what the participants can apply after the training. Consequently, next to the theoretical basics, interaction and practical exercises are essential parts of all trainings.
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New 3-days hands-on training Design for additive manufacturing in 3D-printing lab of Fontys in Eindhoven (17-19 May, 2017) .
Jan van Eijk, former CTO Mechatronics at Philips, professor emeritus Advanced Mechatronics at TU Delft and partner at Mechatronics Academy, wins the Martin van den Brink Award
Tutorial The Dutch Approach to High Performance Motion Control by Maarten Steinbuch and Adrian Rankers during ASPE Spring Topical Meeting 2016, which is held at MIT/Cambridge.
Mechatronics Academy has ECP2-certificate premiere during Mechatronics training at ITRI, Taiwan.
The European Society for Precision Engineering euspen has developend the european certified precision engineering course program (ECP2) to meet the demands for continuous professional development and training of precision engineers and has certified all our trainings within that framework.
New training Advanced Feedforward Control (AFC) replaces & expands former training Iterative Learning Control (ILC).
2nd revision book The Design of High Performance Mechatronics by Robert Munnig Schmidt, Georg Schitter, Adrian Rankers and Jan van Eijk.