Embedded
Systems Course

Making students industry-ready with
application-oriented training program!

Eligibility

BE / B. Tech / ME / M. Tech

Duration

6 Months

2021
An incredible year.
An extraordinary placement record.

2150Students Recruited
630+Companies Recruited
15.4LPAHighest Package

Program Overview

A comprehensive training program with a well-integrated approach to embedded system development. Our training program will impart hands-on experience on a spectrum of embedded applications, thereby making our students industry-ready.

Admission Process

  • Admission Test
  • Minimum Qualification Criteria
  • Offline/Online Training

Eligibility Criteria

  • BE / BTech / ME / MTech (All Circuit branches including CSE/IT)
  • Electronics / Biomedical
  • Mechatronics, Msc electronics

Programming

C, C++
ASM

Operating Systems

Linux
Internals

Networking

TCP/IP

RTOS

RT-Linux

Hardware

8051
ARM

Program Modules

1. C | C++

Practical C

  • Why C in Embedded
  • ANSI Standard
  • Fundamentals of C
  • Conditional statements
  • Loops
  • Functions
  • Arrays
  • strings
  • storage classes
  • Structures & Unions
  • Enumerated Data Types
  • Bit Operations
  • Pointers
  • Dynamic Memory Allocation
  • File Handling Concepts
  • Raw Data Handling
  • Low-level programming
  • Command Line Arguments
  • Complier in practical
  • Data Structures
  • Sorting and searching techniques
  • Concepts and Real time exposure
  • Development Tools and Environment
  • Make utility and multi – file programming
  • Industry coding standards
  • Object / Executable file format
  • Debugging large programs

Object Oriented Programming with C++

  • Overview
  • Characteristics
  • Function Overloading
  • Scope Resolution Operator
  • Classes in C++
  • Access Specifiers
  • Constructor and Destructor
  • Static Members and Functions
  • Friend classes and Friend Functions
  • Operator Overloading
  • Data Conversions
  • Inheritance and Polymorphism
  • Exception Handling and Templates
  • Input and Output Streams

2. Linux Internals

Linux Internals

  • Kernel Architecture
  • Shell and Services
  • System Calls
  • Error Handling
  • Linker and Loader
  • Static Library Implementation
  • Dynamic Library Implementation
  • Process Management
  • Interrupts / Signals
  • File Management
  • Inter Process Communication
  • Pipe
  • FIFO
  • Message Queue
  • Shared Memory
  • Client – Server Properties
  • Semaphore
  • Multithreading
  • Memory Management
  • Virtual Memory
  • Shell Scripting

3. TCP/IP

Networking and TCP/IP Applications

  • Network Structure
  • Classifications and Topologies
  • Switching and Routing
  • Gateway, repeater, Hub, Bridge
  • OSI & TCP/IP Protocol Layers
  • Physical & Logical Addresses
  • ARP & RARP Networking and TCP/IP Applications
  • Internet Protocol
  • Routing Protocol and IP Datagrams
  • Error and Control Messages (ICMP) UDP
  • Transfer Control Protocol
  • TCP Networking Applications
  • (FTP, TFTP, TELNET, DNS, DHCP, SNTP, POP3, IMAP, SNMP)

Socket Programming

  • Overview
  • Concurrent Processing
  • Programming Interface
  • Socket Interface
  • Client / Server Design
  • Concurrent Connection-Oriented Servers
  • Socket Calls for TCP and UDP
  • Single Process
  • Concurrent Servers
  • Remote Procedure Call
  • Implementation of TFTP / SMTP

4. RT-Linux

RTOS RT-LINUX

  • RT- Linux
  • Different types of Operating systems
  • RTOS basics – Linux as Real Time
  • RTOS Introduction (Hard Real Time, Soft Real time)
  • Latency in Linux, Priority Inheritance
  • Linux 2.6 features for real time
  • 2.6 Kernel Compilation
  • RT LINUX patching
  • Linux RTPREEMPT Patches
  • Configuring the Kernel with RT-PATCH
  • Implementation of Real Time application
  • Linux real-time API
  • Measuring and comparing scheduling latency in standard Linux and in RT-Linux with the latest RT patches
  • Linux real – time API
  • Porting RT-Linux on ARM and application development

5. 8051 | ARM

Microcontroller Intel 8051

    Introduction Overview of Architecture of 8051 Low – Level programming concepts Middle level programming concepts.

  • Cross Complier
  • Embedded C Programming
  • Embedded C Debugging
  • Memory Models
  • Library Reference
  • #Pragma Directive

On- Chip Peripherals

  • Ports: Input/Output
  • Timers & Counters
  • Interrupts and UART

External Interfaces

  • LEDS, LCD and switches
  • Seven Segment Display
  • Keypad Matrix

Protocols

  • I2C and SPI

Selective discussion during Project development

  • A/D & D/A Converter
  • Stepper Motor and DC Motor
  • RTC: DS1307
  • ADC: MCP3201
  • IR, ZIGBEE, GSM, GPS, USB, MMC
  • SD, Ethernet MAC, CAN Protocol

ARM

  • Introduction
  • Core Features
  • Version History
  • Data Flow Model
  • Registers
  • CPU Modes
  • Memory Organization
  • Interrupts
  • Pipelining
  • ARM Assembly Language Programming
  • Addressing Modes
  • ARM 7 Instruction Set (20/80% - Rule of assembly language)
  • Usage of Keil IDE
  • Demonstrating ARM ISA
  • Demonstrating THUMB ISA
  • ARM Embedded C language Implementation
  • Exposure to an ARM7 CPU core-based Microcontroller
  • LPC2114-ARM7 Based Microcontroller from Philips semiconductors
  • On-Chip System Peripherals
  • Bus Structure (AMBA)
  • Memory Map
  • Phase Locked Loop
  • VPB Divider
  • Pin Connect Block
  • On-chip User Peripherals
  • General Purpose I/O: Demo using switch & LED
  • Vectored Interrupt Controller (VIC)
  • External Interrupts: Demos

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Testimonials

Have Any Questions?

1. What are the courses offered at Vector Institute?

Vector India offers both long term and short-term courses.

Course: Embedded Systems
Duration: 6 Months
Admission through Online Scholarship Test

Short Term Courses:
Automotive Embedded
Duration: 72 Hours
Direct Admission
AUTOSAR
Duration: 72 Hours
Direct Admission
Micro Python
Duration: 2 Weeks
Direct Admission
Embedded C
Duration: 6 Weeks
Direct Admission
Python
Duration: 30 Days
Direct Admission

2. What is Embedded Systems? Where is it Used?

Embedded systems are self-contained programs that are embedded within a piece of hardware. We can say it’s a specialized computer system that is part of a larger system or machine. Typically, an embedded system is housed on a single microprocessor board with the programs stored in ROM. Embedded system can also be defined as a computer system that is created with optimal efficiency, thereby allowing it to complete specific functions as quickly as possible. Embedded systems microprocessors are programmed to automate certain tasks. Cell phones, computers, copiers, medical equipment, programmable logic controllers, and numerous other products rely on embedded systems. Real time embedded systems can be used to replace traditional software applications.

Embedded systems are used in any application or which requires certain level of automation or intelligence. As more and more intelligent devices make their way into our lives, the demand for embedded telecom will increase. In addition, even in areas where telecom companies are in the grips of a slowdown, companies are not making cuts in introducing new features.

The range is really very wide, limited only by human imagination,” B J Ram Rao, CEO, eSmartNet (a division of Zicom Electronic Security Systems) admitted in a recent interview with Zee India. “I would think that, broadly, the embedded system application areas would be wireless, Internet and mobile communications, industrial control, test and measurement, networking, aerospace and automotive control, consumer electronics, digital imaging and defence.”

3. What is the Scope of Embedded Systems?

Embedded System is the future. Every industry needs some artificial intelligence into it and artificial intelligence can be given by embedded systems only. No electronic product is without embedded systems in the market.

Embedded System Market Size Global forecast to 2025

The embedded system market is estimated to reach from $86.5 billion in 2020 to $116.2
Billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.1% from 2020 to 2025.

IDC report

According to an IDC report the international market as a whole expects product development worth $75 billion, which will require as many as 5,00,000 trained professionals in embedded systems development by the year 2005. While India is a known player in the software services space, the image of the country has been so far as a low-cost service provider. This is where embedded software development, which requires specialized skill sets, can make the difference. Not surprisingly, companies like Wipro, Sasken, Texas Instruments, L&T, Infosys, Siemens, Honeywell, Motorola, Agilent, Patni etc. are all getting into the race. It is a sector promising a fast-track career, which is only for the brightest and the best.

The global embedded and telecom market today is worth one trillion dollars (Source: Gartner).

The increase in the number of research and development activities related to embedded systems, rise in demand for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and electromobility solutions for electric vehicles and hybrid vehicles, increase in demand for portable devices such as wearables, and rise in the use of multicore processors in military applications are making embedded systems one of the most sought-after fields in the market.

2020 – 86.5 billion USD 2025 – 116.2 billion USD (Global Embedded systems market growth).

4. Why VECTOR Institute for Embedded Systems & VLSI Training?

We teach basics and underlying concepts of Embedded Systems in detail, and provide real-time experience to students. This will help each student to not only understand the concept, but also the knowledge of applying concepts in real time situation. Our Embedded Systems & VLSI courses provide complete practical knowledge to students, and makes students ready for placement with Embedded and VLSI industry.

To make the Embedded Systems course full-fledged and complete we have included modules like Object Oriented Concepts with C++, RT-Linux with porting on ARM, 4 mini projects and one major project We cover the Micro controllers in great depth: Intel 8051 and ARM 9 series. In addition, we go for the hardware interfacing in detail. To meet the latest industry requirements, we have included in the course content ARM microcontrollers, Version control tools, and GSM.

Our continuous liaison with Embedded industry has enabled us to know their expectations of each candidate. So, our highly experienced faculties have made sure that our students come out as industry ready professionals.

We have dedicated placement cell to take care of the placements and to make sure that the students are placed at the best possible places. We have ever improved placement record of 630+ campus drives & 2150+ Selects during the year 2021.

5. Admission process followed at VECTOR INSTITUTE for training into long term courses?

The admission into Embedded Systems course is based on our Vector Online Entrance examination. *Working professionals with Relevant Experience are eligible for Direct Admission.

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