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s (Neemrana)[ Approved By AICTE / Director General of Civil Aviation, Affiliated to RTU ]SOA WAS AWARDED
School of Aeronautics (Neemrana)[ Approved By AICTE / Director General of Civil Aviation, Affiliated to RTU ]SOA WAS AWARDED "EXCELLENT & FASTEST GROWING AVIATION INSTITUTE IN INDIA" BY CMAI, SUPPORTED BY AICTE, AIU, RTU, NIELIT, NSIC, DEPARTMENT OF MNRE, MSME(GOVERNMENT OF INDIA)Mechatronics Engineering is a design process that includes a combination of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, telecommunication engineering, control engineering, computer engineering, robotics, product design and manufacturing, in order to improve and /or optimize the products functionality. Nature of JobMechatronics is a new, interdisciplinary field involving synergistic combination of precision mechanical engineering, electronic control and systems thinking in the design of products and manufacturing processes, that is to say, it rejects splitting engineering into separate disciplines. Originally, it just included the combination of mechanics and electronics, hence the word is combination of mechanics + electronics = Mechatronics, however as technical systems have become more and more complex the word has been broadened to include more technical areas. Scope After Completing Mechatronics EngineeringThe course prepares the student for new emerging, cutting edge technologies of present and future machine vision, Automation and robotics, servomechanism, sensing and control systems, computer, such as computer driven machines like IE CNC milling machines, expert systems, Diagnostic, reliability and control system techniques, computer aided & integrated manufacturing systems, computer added design etc. In short, after completion of the course, the student will be fully equipped to undertake all future R & D Challenges. It is pertinent to mention that the machines being used in industry now a days, require more of Mechatronics Engineers, as most of them are controlled by advance computerized systems, PLC programming, electrical system and electronic system along with Mechanical Systems. Mechatronics engineers are cross trained in Robotics, PLC programming, computers, electrical and electronics. More and more engineers will be required for successfully operating and maintaining these fully automated machines in Industry. There are only 16 colleges in India offering this course. Placements are very high for the students opting for this branch of engineering. Students successfully completing degree in Mechatronics can go further studies too.
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s (Neemrana)[ Approved By AICTE / Director General of Civil Aviation, Affiliated to RTU ]SOA WAS AWARDED
School of Aeronautics (Neemrana)[ Approved By AICTE / Director General of Civil Aviation, Affiliated to RTU ]SOA WAS AWARDED "EXCELLENT & FASTEST GROWING AVIATION INSTITUTE IN INDIA" BY CMAI, SUPPORTED BY AICTE, AIU, RTU, NIELIT, NSIC, DEPARTMENT OF MNRE, MSME(GOVERNMENT OF INDIA)Mechatronics Engineering is a design process that includes a combination of mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, telecommunication engineering, control engineering, computer engineering, robotics, product design and manufacturing, in order to improve and /or optimize the products functionality. Nature of JobMechatronics is a new, interdisciplinary field involving synergistic combination of precision mechanical engineering, electronic control and systems thinking in the design of products and manufacturing processes, that is to say, it rejects splitting engineering into separate disciplines. Originally, it just included the combination of mechanics and electronics, hence the word is combination of mechanics + electronics = Mechatronics, however as technical systems have become more and more complex the word has been broadened to include more technical areas. Scope After Completing Mechatronics EngineeringThe course prepares the student for new emerging, cutting edge technologies of present and future machine vision, Automation and robotics, servomechanism, sensing and control systems, computer, such as computer driven machines like IE CNC milling machines, expert systems, Diagnostic, reliability and control system techniques, computer aided & integrated manufacturing systems, computer added design etc. In short, after completion of the course, the student will be fully equipped to undertake all future R & D Challenges. It is pertinent to mention that the machines being used in industry now a days, require more of Mechatronics Engineers, as most of them are controlled by advance computerized systems, PLC programming, electrical system and electronic system along with Mechanical Systems. Mechatronics engineers are cross trained in Robotics, PLC programming, computers, electrical and electronics. More and more engineers will be required for successfully operating and maintaining these fully automated machines in Industry. There are only 16 colleges in India offering this course. Placements are very high for the students opting for this branch of engineering. Students successfully completing degree in Mechatronics can go further studies too.. For more info visit us at http://schoolofaeronautics.org/School-of-Aeronautics-Neemrana-Approved-By-AICTE-Director-General-of-Civil-Aviation-Affiliated-to-RTU-SOA-WAS-AWARDED-EX/b543?utm_source=facebookpage
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The development of ATR made it rewarded by EASA as the following new is telling:ATR GAINS EASA NOD FOR -600 COCKPIT UPGRADEThe European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has certified the Thales/ATR Standard 3 cockpit upgrade for the ATR 42-600 and ATR 72-600, the Franco-Italian airframer announced Tuesday. According to ATR, the new version of the -600 Series’ avionics will improve situational awareness and approach capabilities while offering pilots a more user-friendly interface, along with tools to optimize airlines’ operations. Standard 3 carries an RNP-AR 0.3/0.3 capability and consists of a synthetic vision system, additional high and low speed protections, and customizable checklists and databases. ATR will install Standard 3 in all new -600s starting at the end of this year. With Standard 3, the addition of an Inertial Reference System provided by Thales will allow safe operations in corridors with a 0.3 nautical mile half-width, enabling airlines to operate in more stringent conditions, notably in mountainous areas or congested traffic environments. Standard 2 offered a similar 0.3 nautical mile capacity for approach, but only 1 nautical mile for missed approaches and departures. Air New Zealand, which helped finance the development of RNP-AR 0.3/0.3, first asked ATR to look into the upgrade.ATR will also offer a synthetic vision system (SVS) in the Standard 3 avionics suite, helping with situational awareness. The manufacture calls the option a first for commercial air transport.The new avionics also include additional speed protections. When the aircraft reaches high or low speed limits, the crew receives an alert and the system activates safe guidance. In addition, ATR will offer customized capabilities such as company route databases or checklists.ATR can retrofit Standard 3 in -600s already in service through a simple software upgrade of the avionics suite. As of today, nearly 400 ATR-600s operate worldwide.Developed over the last two years, the new avionics resulted from close cooperation between ATR and Tier 1 systems integrator Thales.AIN Online, by Gregory Polek12/07/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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The following new is very clear that the cooperation of both country Russia and India will create Job opportunity in both side especially in branch of B.Tech Aeronautical Engineering and Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. RUSSIA PITCHES MIG-35 TO INDIA AS FGFA PROJECT FALTERSAs the contest to supply a new fighter aircraft to the Indian Air Force (IAF) heats up, the MiG-35 has emerged as a viable candidate. India is supposedly seeking about 220 single-engine fighters to replace 11 squadrons of MiG-21/27s that entered service in the 1990s.Rosoboronexport is believed to have offered a licensed production deal for the twin-engine MiG-35 that would compensate for the IAF’s reluctance to proceed with the Indo-Russian Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) project.At the MAKS 2017 airshow in July, Ilya Tarasenko, director general of Russian Aircraft Corporation MiG, said: “We are actively working with the IAF in order to win the tender.” Russia has committed to a 40-year maintenance and upgrade contract to preclude the support issues that have arisen in the past with Russian aircraft in service with the IAF. Meanwhile, also at MAKS, Sergei Chemezov, CEO of the Rostec State Corporation, told reporters that a decision on the design and development of the FGFA would be made in the “nearest future.” He did not provide a timeline for the project, a version of Russia’s Sukhoi T-50, which has been under discussion between the two countries for the past decade.According to an Indian defense official, “The MiG-35 is 25 percent cheaper [than rival candidates for the IAFrequirement]; has an AESA radar; has commonality with the fleet; and being in the light to medium category enables it to land in the same airfields that the [indigenous] Light Combat Aircraft does. If the FGFA does not go through, Russia will have to be compensated, and this is the only contract left at the moment.” If the MiG-35 is chosen, it would likely be built at the Nashik facility of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL). Spare capacity will soon be available there, when work on Su-30MKI upgrades for the IAF is completed. India had previously indicated that the single-engine fighter should be built by a non-state owned company that would be selected as partner by the fighter supplier under the “Make In India” policy. But acting defense minister Arun Jaitley said last month while inaugurating HAL’s Light Combat Helicopter facility: “Public-sector work culture and performance have the highest standards of professionalism, ” making it clear that HAL was not ruled out of the fighter contest. (India’s first woman defense minister, former commerce minister Nirmala Sitharaman, took over from Jaitley this week and is thought to be like-minded).Lockheed Martin is expected to bid the F-16 Block 70 for the fighter contest. “The IAF needs a company that can maintain, repair and upgrade without somebody pulling the plug, ” Randall L. Howard, business development head for Lockheed Martin, told AIN. “We take a long-term view and have multiple projects in India. We do not look at India as a market, but a partnership, ” he added. The 50th C-130J Super Hercules empennage assembly is due for delivery by joint venture Tata Lockheed Martin Aerostructures on September 16.Abhay Paranjape, director of business development for Lockheed Martin in India, told AIN that following its agreement with Tata Advanced Systems to produce the F-16 Block 70 in India, his company had already identified 60 companies in India that it will shortlist to make parts for the fighter. “The U.S. administration is in full support of moving the F-16 production line to India…this will create jobs in both countries, ” he added. He also said that Lockheed Martin is encouraging the two governments “to have a conversation” for future cooperation on the F-35 stealth fighter.Saab is expected to bid the Gripen E. Transfer of technology remains a thorny issue. The Swedish company and the Adani Group announced “a collaboration on aerospace and defense” on September 4. “Saab is willing to transfer state-of-the-art technology and skills. We will focus on the capability that is critical for true indigenization including design, system integration, maintenance and upgrade, ” said Gautam Adani, chairman of the Adani Group.The Indian conglomerate is venturing into the defense arena for the first time with the Saab agreement. However, Kurt Ove Håkan Buskhe, the president and CEO of the Saab Group told AIN: “Most design and integration uses avionics software and onboard computer systems, and that is something we fully control.” AIN Online, By Neelam Mathews20/09/2017www.soaneemrana.orgTel: 88002287020
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