Embedded System

An embedded system is a computer that has been built to solve only a few very specific problems and is not easily changed. In contrast, a general-purpose computer can do many different jobs, and can be changed at any time with new programs for new jobs.

An embedded system usually does not look like a computer, often there is no keyboard or monitor or mouse. But like any computer it has a processor and software, input and output. The word embedded means it is built into the system. It is a permanent part in a bigger system.

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For example, the controller embedded in an elevator tells the motor to move the elevator to different floors, based on buttons that are pushed. A decoder is embedded in a satellite television set-top box to read a signal from the dish and send something that a TV understands. Often this type of system must do its work in a specific amount of time. This is called real-time computing. If a set-top box got interrupted to do another task, you would see a bad picture on the TV, for example. A general purpose computer will often have short pauses while it does something else, it is not real-time.

Embedded systems control many of the common devices in use today, from card readers in hotel door locks to many controls in a car. They can be small like an MP3 player or a digital camera, to large systems like traffic lights, airplane controls, or assembly line controllers in a factory.

Introduction to Embedded System and Robotics

  • Applications and Future Scope

Micro – Controllers and its features

  • Atmega and its features
  • I/ O Ports and Working
  • How to Glow a LED, LED Patterns
  • How to use a Sensor with uC
  • LED Control using Sensor. (Hands – On)

LCD Display

  • Interface LCD with a micro controller
  • Display Name on LCD.
  • Display on LCD through the Keyboard.
  • Making a Digital Clock or Counter.

UART Communication

  • Communicate with a PC or Laptop (Hands – On)
  • Display Text on PC using the Embedded Board (Hands – On)
  • Control LED with the help of PC. (Hands – On)

Relay

  • Interfacing Relay with Controller.
  • Writing Code to use Relay as switch to control Real appliances.

Home Automation Project

  • Home Automation Project to Control Heavy Appliances using uC and Sensors.

Kit Content

  • STEM v1.0 Board
  • Programmer
  • USB Cable
  • LCD
  • USB to TTL Convertor
  • IR Sensor
  • Relay board
  • Connecting Wires

Embedded Systems Training

Embedded Systems is an exhaustive hands-on Internship program It has Real Time Operating system (RTOS) that supervises the application software and provide mechanism to let the processor run a process as per scheduling by following a plan to control the latencies.

Internship Duration

4 Weeks                                                                                   6 Week                                                                  6 Months

Benefits of Embedded System

  • Small size and faster to load
  • More specific to one task
  • Easy to manage
  • Low cost
  • Spend less resources
  • These operating system is dedicated to one device so performance is good and use less resources like memory and micro-processors

Benefits of Embedded System Internship Training

  • Course-ware
  • Certification & Training
  • Important Software
  • Improve your Skills
  • Meet Experts
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