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The course covers a wide range of topics, including the benefits and architecture of automation systems, measurement systems, including sensors and signal conditioning, discrete and continuous variable control systems, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electric actuators, industrial communication, and other related topics, in 52 lectures.

In industrial automation, PLCs are used to boost system dependability, stability, and performance while reducing the need for human operators and the risk of human mistake.

Industrial Automation is a field of engineering that combines knowledge and technology from a variety of engineering disciplines, including electricity, electronics, chemicals, machinery, communications, and computer and software engineering. Industrial automation engineers have a lot on their plates.

Routine diagnostic tests, repair and maintenance of instrumentation, electrical wiring, mechanical plumbing, and control systems will be performed by the Automation Technician. They are proficient in electronics, mechanics, and programmable logic controllers, and in certain circumstances, have certification in these fields.

All you need is a bachelor's degree in engineering and a set of abilities... Robotics and automation are closely related fields of engineering such as mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, control system programming, and so on. I would recommend joining a machine design or automation business if you want to become an experienced engineer.

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