Embedded Systems Architecture Training
Embedded systems architecture features self-contained units that have a dedicated purpose within a device.
The architecture of an embedded system is centered around its microcontroller, also sometimes referred to as the microcontroller unit (MCU), typically a single integrated circuit containing the processor, RAM, flash memory, serial receivers and transmitters, and other core components.
Embedded systems architecture is widely used in everything from industrial machines and consumer electronics to automobiles and medical equipment. Embedded systems architecture is also built into cameras, digital watches, household appliances, airplanes, vending machines, toys and mobile devices.
The advantages of embedded systems architecture are impressive, and include:
- Consuming less power
- Scalable and reliable
- Fast performance
- Works on wide variety of sectors and environments
- Improves product quality and enhances performance
Technological advancements in embedded systems architecture are continuous. In fact, embedded systems have recently seen several major improvements in terms of concept, development, design, and quality standardization as well as in the marketing stages during their lifecycle.
Some of the trends in embedded systems architecture include increasing the use of open-source technologies, efficient security deployment, multiple connectivity options, and algorithms.
The future of embedded vision systems looks bright – there’s commercial potential for embedded systems in virtually every industry. This technology has already proved transformative in the automotive, consumer electronics, medical, and robotics and automation industries, among dozens of others.
The future of these industries will be impacted by the evolving imaging capabilities embedded vision affords.
The next frontier for embedded vision involves the integration of 3D perception and deep learning resulting in previously unimaginable levels of visual perception.
It’s clear the combination of these technologies will be one of the primary ways that embedded vision capabilities advance and evolve over time, enabling entirely new vision applications across industries.
Embedded Systems Architecture Training Course by Tonex
Embedded Systems Architecture Training is a 2-day practical training course focusing on embedded system’s architecture, models, specification, high level design, system partitioning, , building blocks and components, quality, security, safety, reliability. Participants will learn about the architecture of embedded systems, embedded software, firmware and hardware, RTOS and real-time programming, portability, low power, and more.
Embedded Systems Architecture Training Course is designed for technical professionals, analysts, managers, software and systems engineers, programmers, hardware engineers and designers who are interested in embedded systems.
Who Should Attend
This course is designed for engineers, programmers, and designers of embedded systems; software and hardware engineers; IT architects; systems designers; new product developers. Students in the areas of computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, bioengineering, and mechanical engineering, managers, and employees with little or no embedded system architecture experience. The course is also useful for those who have experience with embedded systems but have never had any formal training on embedded system architecture and design.
What You Will Learn
- An overview of embedded systems
- A summary of embedded systems engineering, analysis and design
- How to design a embedded system
- How to architect embedded systems
- Real-world approach to the fundamentals, as well as the design and architecture process
- Discussions on FPGAs, modeling and simulation, testing, middleware and programming techniques
Course Book provided to participants
Introduction to Embedded Systems
- Overview of Embedded Systems
- A Systems Approach to Embedded Systems Design
- Embedded Systems ConOps and Requirements Engineering
- Embedded Systems Cybersecurity
- An Introduction to Embedded Systems Architecture
- The Embedded Systems Model
- An Overview of Programming Languages and Examples of their Standards
- Standards and Networking
Introduction to Embedded Hardware
- Embedded Hardware Building Blocks and the Embedded Board
- Embedded Processors
- Board Memory
- Board I/O
- Board Buses
- Introduction to
- Embedded Software
Introduction to Embedded Software
- Device Drivers
- Interrupt Handling
- Memory Device Drivers
- On-Board Bus Device Drivers
- Board I/O Driver Examples
Embedded Operating Systems (OS)
- Overview of OS for Embedded Systems
- Multitasking and Process Management
- Memory Management
- and File System Management
- OS Performance Guidelines
- Selecting the Right Embedded OS and BSPs
Middleware and Application Software
- What is Middleware?
- What Is an Application?
- Middleware Examples
- Application Layer Software Examples
Embedded System Design and Development
- Defining the System
- Creating the Architecture and Documenting the Design
- Creating an Embedded System Architecture
- Implementation and Testing
- Implementing the Design
- Quality Assurance and Testing of the Design
- Maintaining the Embedded System and Beyond
- A Simple Embedded System Project
- Selective Embedded Systems Projects: Automotive, Aerospace, Satellite, Toys
Embedded Systems Architecture Training