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Embedded Systems Engineering Certificate Training

Embedded Systems Engineering Certificate Training Program  is designed for system and software engineers, analysts, program and project managers, programmers, communications and networking engineers, control systems engineers, acquisition professionals, lawyers, and other working professionals interested in embedded systems engineering, design, architecture and development.

As the name implies, embedded means something that is attached to another thing. An embedded system, for example, can be thought of as a computer hardware system having software embedded in it.

Embedded systems can be independent or can be part of a large system. It is a microcontroller or microprocessor based system which is designed to perform a specific task such as a fire alarm which will sense only smoke.

An embedded system has three components:

  • It has hardware.
  • It has application software.
  • It has a 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. RTOS defines the way the system works. It sets the rules during the execution of application program. A small scale embedded system may not have RTOS.
  • The embedded systems engineer is responsible for the design, development, production, testing and maintenance of embedded systems.

Often this role leans more toward the software development side, which is why this position is also known as an embedded software engineer.

There’s little question that embedded systems have become an extremely popular technological architecture. Embedded technologies are now responsible for the intellectual capabilities of the most modern devices for both consumers as well as industrial.

Embedded systems not just control the lifestyle devices like microwaves, smartphones, tablets, and other consumer electronics but also directs the telecommunication systems, submarines, ATMs and many more.

The embedded system is expected to continue rapidly growing, driven in large part by the surging Internet of Things (IoT) movement. Expanding IoT applications such as wearables, drones, smart homes, smart buildings, video surveillance, 3D printers and smart transportation are expected to add to embedded system growth.

Embedded Systems Engineering Certificate Training  Course by Tonex

Embedded systems engineering certificate training covers all aspects of developing reliable real-time embedded system including hardware and software.

Hardware engineers, software engineers and anyone else who is looking for deep knowledge of embedded systems/SoC, firmware architecture and device driver implementations applied to consumer electronics, telecommunications, networking, wireless, medical devices, and military applications.

Embedded systems engineering certificate training covers embedded systems engineering and development from microprocessor-based control systems, to system-on-chip (SoC) design, and device software development.

This certificate program looks at embedded systems engineering as a synergistic function between hardware and software device design and development. Participants learn the essential concepts of embedded systems development through a practical, hands-on approach utilizing industry design automation (EDA) tools and design kits.

Embedded systems engineering course is primarily intended for  designers, programmers, testers, and other engineers who are interested in learning the fundamentals of embedded system engineering.

Upon completing this comprehensive training, you will:

  • Gain knowledge of real-time system and embedded systems engineering
  • Gain knowledge of embedded systems design and programming
  • Explore  embedded systems design methods
  • Increase your understanding of programmable logic design and analysis
  • Learn how to program an embedded device
  • Embedded system utilizing a real- time operating system (RTOS) kernel
  • Gain practical knowledge of how to use a real-time kernel
  • Learn about task scheduling, resource management, inter-task communications, task synchronization, and interrupt handlers
  • Learn how to write real-time systems software
  • Learn how to write device drivers
  • Learn about different real-time operating systems
  • Explore the latest embedded technologies
  • Learn about  algorithms such as Digital FIR, IIR filters, FFTs
  • Learn about  advanced digital signal processing algorithms used for  embedded applications
  • Gain practical knowledge of DSP assembly language programming

Course Content

Introduction to Embedded Systems

  • Digital Logic and Hardware Architecture Embedded systems Engineering overview
  • Embedded Systems Design and Programming
  • Embedded systems Design challenge
  • Common embedded systems design metrics
  • Embedded systems architecture
  • Programmable System on a Chip (SoC)
  • Embedded Hardware and software development
  • FPGA design
  • Embedded Software Development
  • C programming for embedded systems
  • Embedded C Fundamentals
  • Real-time operating system (RTOS)
  • RTOS programming
  • Multithreaded RTOS Programming
  • Hardware Interfacing in C

Embedded Design Overview

  • Software Development
  • Interrupts
  • Embedded Design and hardware
  • Embedded System and custom IP
  • Integrating a Custom Peripheral
  • Multithreaded RTOS Programming
  • RTOS Alternatives
  • Introduction
  • Peripheral Control
  • Interrupt Handling
  • Language Choice
  • Multitasking Fundamentals
  • Event-Driven Programming
  • Timing and interrupt handling
  • Real-Time Embedded Systems Programming
  • Embedded Hardware Development
  • Embedded Software design with RTOS
  • Fundamentals of Embedded Linux
  • Real-Time Embedded Digital Signal Processing

Embedded Programming with C/C++/Ada

  • C in embedded systems
  • State Machines
  • Concurrency
  • Input/Output
  • Peripherals
  • Task Scheduler in C
  • Utilization and scheduling
  • Basic Control Systems
  • Working with MISRA C/C++

Embedded Systems Engineering Capstone Project

In order to assess your working knowledge and gained skills of the diverse multi-disciplinary components of Embedded Systems Engineering Certificate, we recommend you complete the capstone project . For this purpose, you will work on a new embedded system engineering project that include optional topics such as:

  • Real-Time Embedded Systems Engineering
  • Embedded Hardware/Software analysis, design and assessment
  • Embedded Systems Design and Architecture
  • Embedded Software Development
  • Real-time Kernels for Embedded Systems
  • Designing Embedded Software Using Real-time Operating Systems
  • Modeling of Digital Systems
  • Logic Design and Analysis using Verilog
  • VHDL Design
  • FPGA Design and Implementation
  • Embedded Linux and Linux Drivers ARM Technology
  • Real-Time Embedded Digital Signal Processing
  • Embedded Systems Cybersecurity
  • MISRA (the Motor Industry Software Reliability Association) Guidelines for developing safety- and security-related electronic systems, embedded control systems, software-intensive applications, and standalone software.
  • AUTOSAR  C++ robust rule sets for embedded automotive software architecture

Embedded Systems Engineering Certificate Training

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