DMIE MAIR Research Cluster aims at introducing state-of-the-art research and development for engineering education and future industry requirements. MAIR research cluster has already developed several teaching and experimental set ups for the undergraduate and postgraduate research and practical sessions which includes Industrial Robotics / CNC Integration / Mobile Robotics/ Mechatronics and Control/ Industrial Communication Platforms/ Modeling and Simulations of Control Applications etc. Furthermore, there are several lined up projects in the area of vision based navigation, AI, Autonomous systems and smart and Factories of future.
Currently the Manufacturing Automation and Robotics area conduct both fundamental and applied research in the areas of machining and additive manufacturing processes, CNC design, computer aided design and manufacturing (CAD/CAM), manufacturing process monitoring, design and digital control of machines, material handling systems, embedded systems, smart devices, newly introduced machine health monitoring (prediction, detection, diagnosis, and accommodation) through intelligent sensing, mobile robots and tele-robotics, adaptation of IoT and IIoT for monitoring of Industrial Processes, human-robot interaction, use of Mechatronic and intelligent, hierarchical and distributed control to enhancing the manufacturing efficacy, etc. The target of these research activities is to develop and propose innovative technologies through understanding the mechanisms for manufacturing processes and mechatronic systems, hence addressing critical and rapid industrial challenges.
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