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Automation engineering has two different meanings:

From a software engineering point of view looking to automate software processes.
From a traditional engineering sense providing automated solutions to physical activities.

Contents

1 Automation engineer
2 Scope
3 Work and career after graduation
4 Job Description
5 Necessary skills
6 References

Automation engineer[edit]
Automation engineers are experts who have the knowledge and ability to design, create, develop and manage systems, for example, factory automation, process automation and warehouse automation.
Scope[edit]
Automation engineering is the integration of standard engineering fields.
Work and career after graduation[edit]
Graduates can work for both government and private sector entities such as industrial production, companies that create and use automation systems, for example paper industry, automotive industry or food and agricultural industry and water treatment.
Job Description[edit]
Automation engineers can design, program, simulate and test automated machinery and processes. Automation engineers usually are employed in industries such as car manufacturing or food processing plants and robots. Automation engineers are responsible for detailed design specifications and other documents in their creations.
Necessary skills[edit]
Automation engineers must have these qualities:
• Ability to solve problems.
• Creative thinking
• Ability to communicate well with other members of the development team
References[edit]

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