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.
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.
Workshop Level : Intermediate Level
Best Suited For: All B.Tech/B.E./BCA/BSc Students
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.
our workshop key features
Designing of Embedded System
Learn Advance Features of Micro-controller
Interfacing different External Peripherals
Working with Real Time Live Projects
complete Tool kit For Practical Sessions will be provided
certification of Participation for Every Students.
Certificate for Workshop Quiz Winners.
Certification for Co-Ordinators
Participants are encouraged to think and come up with new ideas
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)
- Interface LCD with a micro controller
- Display Name on LCD.
- Display on LCD through the Keyboard.
- Making a Digital Clock or Counter.
- 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)
- 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.
- STEM v1.0 Board
- USB Cable
- USB to TTL Convertor
- IR Sensor
- Relay board
- Connecting Wires
Embedded Systems Training and Certification fro CRAW Security.
2 Days (Total 16 Hours, 8 Hours per Day)
Workshop Fee- Rs. 1200.00/
Workshop training fee, Certification Fee, Study Material, Digital Forensic Kit, eCourseware access, Exam, Free virtual training, registration fee.
Benefits to Students
Global certification from CRAW Security, scholarship, Awards, Cash prize up-to Rs. 1200/-, Gifts Vouchers, Hack-Tshirts, direct entry to CRAW Conference Event 2018, Job opportunity and much more..
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