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Instrument engineers typically work for industries with a lot of automated processes and machinery, such as a chemical or manafacturing plants. They work on improving the systems productivity, reliability, safety, optimization and stability.
Careers or Further Progression...
Graduates typically work as Instrument Engineers or Automation Engineers within chemical, pharmaceutical, oil/gas, food, beverage and water treatment companies that use instrumentation to improve productivity, safety, reliability, quality, etc.
Significant employment opportunities exist for graduates in the many companies that design, manufacture and supply instrumentation to the above industries as well as with the engineering consultancies and systems integrators who provide such industries with turn-key solutions to their manufacturing challenges.
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