The Center is located on the second floor of the Biomechatronics
building II. The Center offers students and faculty in the College
licensed software, mechatronics and hydraulic/pneumatic equipment,
as well as a network for their teaching and research projects. The
network of the Center is connected to all departments in the College
to assist in training future professionals of automated agriculture
production and management.
A total facility includes a mechatronic classroom and two computer
rooms. The mechatronic classroom is equipped with the facilities
of mechatronic equipments, such as: automation design/stimulation
systems, high speed data transfer interfaces, sensor modules, system
testers, machine vision systems, hydraulic/pneumatic systems, and
various controllers, etc. for education and internship purposes.
The computer rooms have a 40 PC with network connected with the
internet, which is accessible for multimedia instructions, internship
and seminars. Other facilities include video projectors, slide projectors,
VCR, TV sets, and projective screens, etc.
With facilities and classrooms for information and mechatronics,
the Education and Research Center for Agricultural Automation has
the responsibilities of promoting and coordinating the research
projects and education of automated agriculture professionals.