Engineering IDEAs Clinic works with local automation companies to enable hands-on student experience

Monday, April 12, 2021

The Engineering IDEAs Clinic™ has partnered with Inductive AutomationBrock Solutions and Opto 22 to create a small-scale automation project for students to gain hands-on knowledge of real-world equipment and tools.

“This project has provided me with some amazing design challenges, which I have really enjoyed working with and learning from,” said Rapti Ghosh, a third-year mechanical engineering student who spent a co-op term working at the IDEAs Clinic. “It has really pushed me to the next level in terms of my engineering skills and capabilities.”

For more details, see the original article on the Waterloo Engineering News page or watch the video below.

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