Automated machines involve hardware and software. You’ll handle the technical tooling to fix physical issues and gain the programming skills to establish and fix controls. You’ll apply your knowledge across a wide range of machinery (including robots!), always thinking about how to optimise how things work.
If you’ve seen a video of an automotive production line – cars being built piece-by-piece by automated machines – you’ll know it’s fascinating to watch. But did you know many other products are manufactured this way and that other processes are automated too?