To better compete in the global market, successful companies are finding that investments in hardware and software are no longer enough. Human elements with specialized engineering and design skills have become the essential part of the equation.
Embedded systems are ubiquitous. We find them everywhere- at our homes, offices, in shopping malls, in hospitals, in cars, in air craft and so on. They monitor and control everything from spacecraft to robots, microwave ovens, automobiles, consumer electronics and much more. They control virtually everything that is electronic in our lives.
Embedded systems are normally built around Microcontrollers, FPGAs and SOCs. This Embedded System Design course focuses on the architecture and programming of embedded devices such as Microcontrollers and FPGAs and also on embedded and Real-Time Operating Systems.
The objective of the course is to provide understanding of the techniques essential to the design and implementation of embedded systems using appropriate hardware and software tools. This course offers a range of topics of immediate relevance to industry and makes the participants exactly suitable for Embedded Industry.
On completion of the Course, the Participants shall get
Exposure with different families and architectures of Embedded System tools such as ARM Microcontrollers, FPGAs etc.
Expertise required to design any embedded system (H/w or S/w or both) based on any of the above devices.
Expertise in Embedded Software particularly in real-time programming with industry standard RTOS.
M.E./M.Tech or B.E./B.Tech in Electronics/ Electronics & Communication/ Electrical/ Electrical and Electronics/Instrumentation/ Biomedical /Computer Science/Information Technology or MSc in Electronics/ Instrumentation/ Computer Science/Information Technology.
Candidates who have appeared in the qualifying examination and awaiting results may also apply.
On the date of counseling/admission, the candidate must produce the original mark lists up to the last semester/year of examination