JRM Vol.23 No.5 pp. 638-644
doi: 10.20965/jrm.2011.p0638


Development of Educational Materials for Construction of Mechatronic Systems and Their Application

Tadahiro Kaneda*, Yasumasa Yoshitani*, Toshitaka Umemoto*,
Atsuo Yabu*, Tomoharu Doi*, and Masatoshi Semi**

*Department of Technological Systems, Osaka Prefecture University College of Technology, 26-12 Saiwai-cho, Neyagawa-city, Osaka 572-8572, Japan

**Daisen Electronic Industrial Co., Ltd., 4-9-24 Nipponbashi, Naniwa, Osaka 556-0005, Japan

February 16, 2011
May 14, 2011
October 20, 2011
educational material on mechatronics, autonomous robot, educational material on factory automation, embedded microcomputer, programming
We have developed educational materials on mechatronics with microcomputers embedded as a core as often found in autonomous robots. The developed educational materials are expected to obviate needs for other educational materials to learn a wide range of mechatronics from autonomous robots to factory automation systems as well as learn step by step from visually comprehensible tiling programming to C-language programming. We have used the developed educational materials at the workshops we have conducted as a part of the three-year humanresource development project for small and medium enterprises. In addition, we have compiled into textbooks know-how we have acquired at the workshops and have applied it to the experimental practices of the College.
Cite this article as:
T. Kaneda, Y. Yoshitani, T. Umemoto, A. Yabu, T. Doi, and M. Semi, “Development of Educational Materials for Construction of Mechatronic Systems and Their Application,” J. Robot. Mechatron., Vol.23 No.5, pp. 638-644, 2011.
Data files:
  1. [1] Y. Yoshitani et al., “Report of Engineer Education of small and medium-sized enterprise using miniature robot,” Robomec’09, 1A2-A19, 2009
  2. [2] T. Kaneda et al., “Expansive Mechatronics Teaching Materials – From An Autonomous Robot to Teaching Materials Factory Automation –,” Robomec’10 1P1-G18, 2010.

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