Mechatronics, a key lever for innovation in the industrial sector

Mechatronics, a key lever for innovation in the industrial sector

In order to meet the requirements of the job market and in accordance with its strategic orientations, Polytech Intl ensures that polytechnic engineers have sufficient management and soft skills to enable them to better position themselves in the socio-economic environment on a national and international scale. Our mission for 2025 is therefore to train the entrepreneurialengineer.

Indeed, one of the innovative specialties provided at Pi and accredited by Eurace since 2018, isMechatronics Engineering.

Mechatronics, which closely intertwines mechanics, automation, electronics and information technology, has become a key element in the innovation of the industry. an essential lever ofinnovation in theindustrial sector.

However, beyond technologies, the design of a mechatronic system requires the constitution of multidisciplinary teams working together. These collaborative projects require new working and management methods to "Do much more with much less.

In addition, the specific skills that mechatronic engineers are trained in at Polytech Intl are grouped into three clusters that characterize the professions targeted by the Mechatronics training:

Design of a mechatronic system :

In addition, these skills enable the formulation and definition of the specifications of a mechatronic system in order to implement a prototype or to carry out the final design.

Modelling and industrialisation of a mechatronic system :

These skills allow the implementation of analytical and numerical methods in the design and simulation of a mechatronic system.

This cluster also aims to develop skills related to the manufacture of a mechatronic system and the implementation of tools to ensure its quality.

Control of a mechatronic system :

These skills enable the mastery of control and automation techniques, as well as the design, production and implementation of embedded systems.

This cluster also develops the capacity to interface mechanical, electrical and electronic systems through automatic and computerised systems and architectures.

Furthermore, the Eurace accreditation, the professional experience acquired and the academic results obtained during the last few years at Polytech Intl have enabled us to refine a collaboration model based on training by and in companies.

This Model has been applied in partnership with several companies, namely Caterpillar, Ennakl Automobile, ....

Our highly qualified teachers organise the lessons in the form of :

  • Lectures, tutorials in the classroom and on the machine,
  • Integrated laboratory teaching,
  • Federative projects...

To highlight the skills of our engineering students, a range of technical, language and managerial certifications have been implemented throughout the course. These skills represent the added value that characterises Polytech graduates in particular.