What do aviation Instrumentation engineers work with?
Well I'm doing my senior project on aviation instrumentation engineers (crazy long name with even crazy stuff involved) But i was curious is there anyone that is on that could possibly help me . I need to know some examples of instruments they use particularly for test flight I don't really need to know what they do there is Google for that.
Question answered by doug_donaghue
How about: Airspeed Indicator (or Mach Meter), Rate of Climb/Dive, Turn and Bank Indicator, Engine Temperature, Exhaust Temperature, OMNI, NAVCOM, Gyroscopes, INAV, GPS, ILS, GSI, DME, etc. etc.
what is the carer prospect of an instrumentation engineer in dubai?
asalam walekum,i am studying applied electronics and instrumentation engineering.i wish to settle in dubai.are there much job oppurtunities?can i get enough salary?any help will be greatly appreciated.thanks.
i would like to settle in dubai.any help will be greatly appreciated.
Question answered by Imran Malik
Dear, Dubai is really a rich market for electronics and instrumentation engineers, i know many of my friends earning really good, but really this time consider the financial crises period in Dubai and you don't have experience, i can suggest you to stay in your home country get some two or three years relevant experience, meanwhile crises effect is down, then move to Dubai
I am an Instrumentation Engineer, who had completed before 2 yrs. Now I am planning to do my MBA. What kind of?
I am an Instrumentation Engineer, who had completed before 2 yrs. Now I am planning to do my MBA. What kind of management study will applicable and suitable for me?
Question answered by Eric
What do you want to do when you grow up? Study that.
Here's a hint: If you don't know, the admissions committee will not let you in.
What are the courses i need to learn in addition to instrumentation Engineering.?
I am doing my instrumentation Engineering And I need to know what courses i need to learn to have a good career.
Question answered by Fahim Fareed
What are the career options in marine engineering or merchant navy for an instrumentation engineer?
I am a student in my Final year of instrumentation engineering from the university of mumbai. I wish to have a career at sea as an engineer. What possible options do i have?
Question answered by Ashley
There are so many job opportunities available in this field. You can search On net, you will get detail information.
what are the career chances after instrumentation engineering doing in government engineering?
i want to know that what career chances are available after the instrumentation engineering? is the degree is good or not as the view of job?
Question answered by amansscientiae
Career chances in instrumentation are mediocre, depending on your design skills. If what you do right now is to plug in NI modules and write some code for them, good luck.
If you are a designer of data acquisition boards and you know high speed busses like PCI, you can do Gigabit Ethernet etc. and/or precision analog design, you are in much better shape. I never had trouble finding a job with skills like that, but I know some people who are less lucky with a similar background. It probably also depends a lot on your other, more general skills, like communication and leadership.
What is the scope of instrumentation engineering?
I am in my First year of instrumentation engineering and wanted to know about career in instrumenation engineering?
Question answered by dear
Dear pa,THEME OF STUDY : Please do not oscillate your self.
Thank you, am also fine like you then dear please am one 18 years experienced power electronics engineer from that my suggestion to you is all engineering fields are good in all countries not only in india means the feeling of good depends on almost busy in job with more interest because what you got job is fully related to your studied engineering. what i want to inform to you is please take the branch of engineering for study to be any thing but very good back ground support by some body for best future.
What is better Construction management/engineering or instrumentation engineering as a career?
My background is chemical engineering with a diploma in mechanical engineering from a well reputed Canadian university . I did not find a break in process engineering thus far and I was doing instrumentation engineering for a year and found it quite boring.
I decided to take a job as a construction engineer starting this month. I realize its a very civil sort of direction to my career and would be involved with the oil and gas sector (something I like) as opposed to instrumention where I was involved with the mining industry.
I am wondering what is the scope if I were to focus my career in construction engineering/estimating. What would be the pay scale down the road, growth and finally easy employability.
Question answered by Engineer Guy
I have worked many years in the engineering field and you have already touched on the two most lucrative specialties; chemical engineering and instrumentation engineering. I agree however that each of those are little be on the theorhetical side and you don't really get to see stuff built. Mechanical engineering on the other hand can work in just about any sector. It's like the business degree of the engineering world.
You however want to know about Contruction Mgmt. Well, if you like the outdoors and enjoy travelling to the job site, wherever it may be, then this career path can be very rewarding. You can pretty much get an easy start without much experience. Mostly because not a lot of people want to be far from home. Experience will greatly enhance your earning potential but you will get that and then some just after your first major project.
I would suggest hooking up with a large construction firm and learn from them before trying to take your skills to a smaller market.
what are differences of electrical and instrumentation engineering?
I would like to know the comparison between electrical and instrumentation engineering.
Question answered by Kaiser
Electrical engineering deals with electrical lines, transformers, circuit breakers, power transmission , generation and distribution.
Instrumentation engineering is a sub branch of electrical engg. but we can say that Instrumentation engg. is mixture of electrical, mechanical(somewhat), electronics, computer(somehow).....
Instrumentation deals with sensors, transducers, analog and digital controllers, automation etc...
so main difference between Instru and Electrical is, Instru. for making plant Automatic and electrical for making plant powered with electricity ....
What is the best school in the philippines that offers the course:instrumentation engineer?
looking for a school in the philippines that best offers instrumentation engineer course.
Question answered by icia
dunno abt the engineering thing..
inquire at Ateneo de Manila University or De Lasalle university or university of the philippines.. 3 of the bests out there..