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As we know that this world is drastically changing with machines replacing men at work and as and when it is changing, new ground-breaking discoveries make way to new and useful devices which makes this world an easier and comfortable place to live on.
Some of the useful technological discoveries in the field of electronics and machines were that of a PLC (programmable logic controller) and other Arduino products that help in building single-board microcontroller and microcontroller kits that build digital devices.
One such important product that was born out of technology is Embedded systems, so keep reading further to know all about it and get an opportunity to learn it.
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Having given a rough introduction about an embedded system, one might like to know what exactly is an embedded system?
An embedded system is a computer system with a combination of a computer processor, computer memory, input/output peripheral devices that perform the task assigned. These systems are generally found in large mechanical and electrical projects. These systems control physical operations in a large structure and hence has a very large application in the field of electrical run devices.
Almost 98% of all microprocessors manufactured are used in embedded systems. So now do you understand how important it is for you to know about embedded systems.
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Having known what an embedded system is, it is obvious for anyone to be curious about its field of application. So, here are some of the devices which come under embedded systems:
As every electronic device would be having, even an embedded system has hardware and software components.
Some of the hardware stuff includes:
Timers, memory devices, Central processing unit, output circuits, power supply kit, serial communication parts, etc.
Keep reading further to know about the software used and other stuff.
Although there are a lot of languages that can be used for embedded systems, C programming language is most widely used in embedded systems. C++ and JAVA are other languages that find good use.
C, as we know is one of the oldest and most powerful languages to ever emerge and hence it is an easy choice when it comes to programming in embedded systems. Here are a few reasons why C is chosen over other languages:
Although, apart from C, there are many other programming languages that can be used in different stages. Some of those include:
C++, JAVA, RUST, PYTHON, ADA, VERILOG, B#, LUA, VHDL, Embedded C++, etc.
Also, here are a few skills required for you to understand embedded systems better:
Well then, having learned all the programming languages and developing your skills, is everything worth it? This might very well be a common question.
Chillax my friend! Fret not, because your hard work has paid off!
As the number of intelligent devices increase, the scope for this field gradually increases. It has fantastic career prospects due to its large-scale functionality. Some of the fields of applications are:
Companies like SAMSUNG, SONY, TCS, WIPRO, L&T, INTEL, ROBERT BOSCH are top embedded based companies in India.
The best way to learn something is by doing it and so building a project based on embedded systems domain could be the right way to link up your theoretical knowledge with the practical concepts. For that, you need good kits for your project to run smoothly.
So, here are some of the kits used for building embedded systems projects:
So here we come, to the final step, and the most exciting one.
Once you are done with learning different kinds of programming languages and acquiring different sets of skills, it all comes down to the part of the application, wherein you need to apply and build practically without which all the above is useless.
So, to do a project, be it as a 4th year’s final year project or a child prodigy in the field of science, you will need a solid platform to start off with.
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Following are the embedded system projects that will help and guide to develop an embedded project:
1. Voice Controlled Robot
Another robot project is based on Voice commands controlling the model. You'll also learn how to build an android app that recognizes your voice and can be used using Bluetooth connectivity.
2. Automated Street Lighting
This embedded system project will help you build a model that will switch on / off lights whenever necessary, an efficient way to conserve energy. As soon as the light of the sun becomes dimmer the lights will be on and when the sun is out in the morning it will be off.
3. Wi-Fi Controlled Robot
This is being used with the help of Wi-Fi, yet another robot-based project. In this project, you will learn the basic concept of Wi-Fi, and use your laptop to operate a robot.
4. Maze Solver Robot
Building a module that can solve the most complicated task is a win-win. This embedded system project is based on that and the robot you build will be passing through the maze puzzle and find its way out through algorithms working on its system.
5. Bluetooth Robotics
Another smartphone-based robot project, this too shall be controlled through the Bluetooth connectivity on the user’s phone. By pressing certain keys now, you can get your task done by the robot.
6. Fire Fighting Robot
Now robots can be used even in dangerous places. This embedded system project will help building a robot that can be sent to places where there is a fire and the robot will try putting off the fire using a DC fan.
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Hope you got an idea about how to develop an embedded system project. If you want to know more information about projects, let us know in the comments our experts will get back to you shortly.
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