Feb 9, 17 / Pis 12, 01 09:01 UTC
Re: Mechatronics Engineering ¶
Hello, I am not a mechatronics engineer. (Although I work well with mechanics and electrical wiring)
I wanted to encourage a brainstorming session here I'm this topic instead of creating a new one.
My initial thoughts are based around robots with the capacity to work in the environment of space. More specifically to manipulate space junk; as it has been suggested by a few others on the forums. What would happen next is not quite the main subject I want to discuss.
My concern (exempting funding) is how would our robots traverse space without a limited source of fuel. To be more specific, ways for our robots to change velocity/course as necessary.
I understand there is more than just that to be concerned about.
My other thought is the best way to develop the technology. I feel an aquatic robot would have to be developed first, and tested; redeveloped, and tested again, until specific goals are reached.
I am not an expert, so please weigh in.