The word mechatronics originated in Japanese-English and was
created by Tetsuro Mori, an engineer of Yaskawa Electric Corporation.
The word mechatronics was registered as trademark by the company in Japan with the registration number of "46-32714"
in 1971. However, the company later released the right to use the word to public, whereupon the word began being used
across the world. Nowadays, the word is translated into many languages and is considered an essential term for industry
A mechatronics engineer unites the principles of mechanics,
electronics, and computing to generate a simpler, more economical and reliable system.
Physically, a mechatronic system is composed of four prime
components. They are sensors, actuators, controllers and
mechanical components. We provide Solutions and Systems for
Mechatronics integrated with all the above components.