Who drives the drives ?
For almost all industrial processes the transformation from electrical energy into rotation, movement, deformation … is of vital importance. Therefore the drives portion when building or upgrading industrial plants can represent a significant portion of the total project. For this part today the technical system characteristics and cost are relevant.
In addition, running cost, maintenance, network repercussion, energy consumption, environmental pollution as well as operational safety and availability are also very important.The number of students and graduates in the field of Drive Engineering and Mechatronics is decreasing in favor of Information Technology.
In addition, complex industrial plants have very specific requirements for process know-how today. The process knowledge for the drives specialist is even more important than the knowledge of the drives technology itself. Obviously this additional process knowledge transfer is also very difficult during the normal university education without field experiences.
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