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The Capstone Troubleshooting & Project Build with Weston Bye

The first cohort of Mechatronics Advanced Technician Training (MAT2) Program students from Henry Ford College and Oakland Community College underwent their final test, The Capstone. Students were required to build an integrated systems panel, and also troubleshoot various integrated systems, including the AMTEC simulator*. Mechatronics subject-matter expert Weston Bye describes a portion of the Capstone project and explains that students must demonstrate proficiencies and competencies gained in the program. *AMTEC,NSF ATE DUE-0903193

The Capstone Troubleshooting & Project Build

The first cohort of Mechatronics Advanced Technician Training (MAT2) Program students from Henry Ford College and Oakland Community College underwent their final test, The Capstone. Students were required to build an integrated systems panel, and also troubleshoot various integrated systems, including the AMTEC simulator*. Watch as students participate in this "hands-on" evaluation of their skills. *AMTEC,NSF ATE DUE-0903193

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