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Advanced Embedded System Program

Duration: 4 Months
Course Type: Offline Sessions

            Our Advanced Embedded Systems Program is designed for professionals and enthusiasts seeking in-depth knowledge and hands-on experience in the field of embedded systems. This intensive course goes beyond the basics, delving into advanced topics and cutting-edge technologies to equip participants with the skills needed to design complex embedded systems for real-world applications.

Key Features

  1. 100% Job Guaranteed: The candidates who are admitted for the training program will be directly absorbed by Zestlogic Systems
  2. Comprehensive Curriculum: A carefully crafted curriculum covering essential theoretical knowledge and hands-on practical skills in the chosen field.
  3. Expert Instruction: Training led by experienced instructors and industry experts, offering in-depth insights and real-world examples to enhance learning.
  4. Hands-on Experience: Practical, hands-on sessions and projects allowing participants to apply the learned concepts in real-world scenarios, reinforcing understanding and skill development.
  5. Interactive Learning: Engaging workshops, group discussions, and interactive sessions fostering collaboration, problem-solving, and knowledge exchange among participants.
  6. Industry-Relevant Content: Training content designed to align with current industry trends, best practices, and emerging technologies, ensuring participants receive relevant and up-to-date knowledge.
  7. International Projects: Opportunities to work on International projects or case studies, allowing participants to apply their skills to solve practical challenges and build a portfolio of work.


Key Topics

  1. Integrated Development Environments (IDEs):
    • Eclipse: An open-source IDE that supports various programming languages and is widely used in embedded system development.
    • Keil uVision: A popular IDE for microcontroller development, supporting various microcontroller architectures.
    • IAR Embedded Workbench: An IDE that supports a wide range of microcontrollers and offers powerful debugging features.
  2. Compilers:
    • GNU Compiler Collection (GCC): A collection of compilers for various programming languages, including C, C++, and assembly language, widely used in embedded systems development.
    • ARM Compiler: Specifically designed for ARM architecture-based microcontrollers and processors.
  3. Debuggers:
    • GDB (GNU Debugger): A portable debugger that supports multiple programming languages and various processor architectures.
    • JTAG Debuggers: Hardware tools that allow low-level debugging and programming of embedded systems through the JTAG interface.
  4. Simulators and Emulators:
    • QEMU: A generic and open-source machine emulator and virtualize that can emulate various architectures, including ARM and MIPS.
    • Proteus: A simulation and design software tool that simulates embedded systems, allowing developers to test their designs without the need for physical hardware.
  5. Version Control Systems:
    • Git: A widely used distributed version control system that helps track changes in the source code, collaborate with teams, and manage different versions of the software.
  6. Hardware Description Languages (HDLs):
    • VHDL (VHSIC Hardware Description Language) and Verilog: HDLs used for designing digital circuits and FPGA (Field-Programmable Gate Array) configurations.
  7. RTOS (Real-Time Operating Systems):
    • FreeRTOS: A popular open-source real-time operating system kernel designed for embedded systems.
    • RTOS-specific development tools: Tools like CMSIS-RTOS, SEGGER embOS, and Micrium uC/OS are used to develop applications for real-time operating systems.
  8. Modelling and Design Tools:
    • MATLAB/Simulink: Widely used for modelling, simulation, and control system design, often integrated with embedded system development processes.
    • UML (Unified Modelling Language) Tools: Tools like Enterprise Architect and IBM Rational Rhapsody are used for visual modelling and design of embedded systems.
  9. Communication Protocols:
    • SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface), I2C (Inter-Integrated Circuit), UART (Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter): Common communication protocols used in embedded systems, often requiring protocol analyzers and debuggers for development and troubleshooting.
  10. Power Consumption Analysis Tools: Tools like PowerAnalyzer and PowerTrace+ help developers analyse and optimize power consumption in embedded systems, crucial for battery-powered devices.
  11. Performance Profiling Tools: Tools like gprof and Valgrind help analyse the performance of embedded applications, identifying bottlenecks and optimizing code.
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