Today?s world needs more engineers. According to Dr. Ir. Muhammad Said Didu, former Secretary to the Minister of State Owned Entreprises, the period of 2015 to 2020 sees a need for approximately 95,000 engineers each year. However, only 75,000 engineers per year is available. Comprehending this reality, BINUS UNIVERSITY wants to attract and create future engineers through its BINUS ASO School of Engineering (BASE).
BASE?s trial class, held on Monday (25/5), was attended the speakers by Sofyan, S. Kom., M. Eng. as the Head of Program ? Automotive & Robotics and Ir. Gatot Suharjanto, M. T. as the Head of Program ? Product Design Engineering. Speaking at the trial class before Automotive & Robotics major, Sofyan explained and shared his knowledge regarding the integral and derivative of robot?s control system. He even brought smart robot as his students? practice material.
He explained that the robot uses PID control system. The system utilizes proportional coefficients, integral, and derivative. Each function has its own use for the robot?s control system. He stated as well, PID is the most popular and useful operating system for engineers in creating intelligent machines.
While speaking at Product Design Engineering department?s trial class, Ir. Gatot Suharjanto, M. T. transferred his knowledge of product design engineering. On the one hand, Automotive & Robotics department?s class focused on system design, but on the other, Product Design Engineering department?s class talked more about the physical design of product engineering. System and physical form can not be separated. Thus, the two have become departments that run concurrently.
“Robots may look intelligent, but actually very artificial. Robots are programmed by humans, while humans are engineers and they are required by the world,” said Sofyan, S. Kom., M. Eng. He stated that the world is now in shortage of engineers. Japanese enterprises in product innovation are experiencing shortage of engineers to execute suggested ideas. He hopes, thenceforward many young engineers will come from BINUS ASO School of Engineering. He also expects to meet his students in the future, as engineers.
“Very exciting, I’m interested in applying,” expressed Raymond Saerang, SMA N 78 Jakarta high school student. He hopes to join ASO BINUS School of Engineering one day and be one of its upcoming newborn engineers.
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