Instrumentation and Control Technologies (ICT)



Students will learn techniques of automated data acquisition, motion control, and machine vision using LabVIEW software and other industry-based technologies. They will also learn mechatronic skills crucial for automation and robotics such as use of microcontrollers and PLCs.

For courses that are prerequisites there will be a requirement of a C or 73% equivalent in order to progress in the sequence.

Course descriptions below directly from FLCC website.

Engineering Sciences

Mechanical Technologies

Technology

Mathematics for ICT

Sciences for ICT



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