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Mechanical Engineering

What is mechanical engineering? It is one of the most complex subject areas that deals with the design, manufacture, analysis, and maintenance of mechanical systems. The field is constantly evolving and adapting to new advances in science and technology. It is the broadest of all engineering disciplines and ensures the long-term viability of various devices. MechEng has to do with everything that moves — from nanobots to spaceships. Without it, many of the technologies we use every day would not be available. 

What is a Mechanical Engineer?

All sorts of mechanisms we use every day were invented by the people of this profession. Even the most sophisticated electronics and modern technologies depend on their labor. Therefore, this profession has now become an integral part of the software industry. Although the mechanical engineering and technology sector has been hit by the recession, skilled professionals are still a scarce and valuable resource. They are required at all production sites. The criteria for work depends on the model and market scope of the company and its specialization area.

In general, you can say that a mechanical engineer designs and controls systems involved in the manufacture of different machines and electronics. They test products for effectiveness in the working process and are responsible for the final quality of devices we use in our everyday life.

What does a mechanical engineer do?

The employment of majoring engineers is estimated to grow by 5% in the year 2028. And because they often work on cutting edge technology and industrial developments, opportunities will continue to arise in the future. Although the software is getting ever smarter, the mechanical engineer profession is not going anywhere.

“He applies science, mathematics, and other specific knowledge to solve a problem” This is a quote from Jennifer McInnis, a professor of mechanical engineering at Southern New Hampshire University. Essentially, a modern engineer combines creative designing skills and analytical knowledge to turn a concept into a real thing.

Specialists of this field should master problem-solving skills to carry out their day-to-day responsibilities, which include the following:

  • Operation analysis of various technological devices;
  • Design and modernization of all sorts of mechanisms;
  • Elimination of equipment malfunctions;
  • Creation and testing of prototype engines;
  • Performing tests on initial models;
  • Control of the production of electrical and industrial appliances.

The introduction of information technology leads to automation in this area and helps to reduce costs and improve product quality. This, in turn, leads to optimization, which is the ultimate goal of using IT technologies.

Here are some essential IT-related skills:

  • Study and evaluation of design specifications;
  • Design models development and assessment using feasibility testing programs;
  • Determining failure causes and providing the developer’s feedback on their products;
  • Drawings, technical documentation, and computer reports analysis;
  • Creation of projects using CAD and other programs.

The Future of Mechanical Engineering

Everyone will agree that machines make our life easier. Mechanical engineering as a niche has greatly improved the quality of all the devices we have today and also simplified their production. What are the latest trends in this area?

The versatility of this sphere makes up for some positive growth prospects. While the basic principles, such as thermodynamics and machine design remain valid, knowledge in composites, nano- and biotechnology is entering into higher demand every year. Mechanical systems change into electronic and software ones, but they cannot be simply “updated” in an instant like software. This means that innovation will have to return to the physical world.

Towards the era of pure engineering

When computers will be able to freely design mechanical structures, a new technological era will begin. Virtual reality and quantum computing will simplify the design. These and other future tools will allow engineers to become sort of “technical artists” designing new products in virtual worksites. Computer simulation will be used as a design aid. This will allow you to move from the concept development stage directly to a finished product, without the need for intermediate prototypes.

A vast range of opportunities with the advent of IoT

Networks of connected things are becoming more and more important in various industries, from healthcare to logistics. Top companies are adopting IoT projects to transform their businesses or gain the data they need to make better business decisions. In the coming years, there will be more than 26 billion connected devices worldwide. And while this is not directly related to mechanical engineering, companies will require employees who are familiar with programming and also have engineering skills. For engineers, IoT is the ability to create new products and influence interconnected systems on a huge scale.


While innovations are changing the technological landscape, our service engineers routinely design, test, and optimize cutting-edge IT-mechanics. Sirin Software works with all types of businesses — start-ups, medium, and large enterprises. We will improve the performance of existing hardware, fix security vulnerabilities, optimize brute-force fixes, and build completely new systems from scratch to support your project.

We also work as a remote extension for our clients’ engineering teams. This is ideal for firms with their own human resources who want to improve product delivery rates.

Extensive technical experience, professional approach, and transparent project management allow us to successfully meet the requirements of our clients from all over the world. Contact us if you value individual approach, creativity, and high results. We will provide your company with economic stability even during the crisis and post-crisis periods.

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