Why Choose Embedded System Projects As An Engineering Student - Bangalore

Friday, 9 February 2018

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What is an Embedded System?
The term, ‘embedded systems’ is common among the fields that are related in anyway to microcontrollers, microprocessors etc. But many of the students are not clear about it. Different people interpret it in different ways. Think of our human body which works as a hardware and brain as software.
Our brain stimulates our senses and commands to perform a task. The same way embedded systems can be explained as a combination of hardware and software designed to perform specific tasks at specific time. Hence, an embedded system can be otherwise known as a Computing System.
It is a special-purpose computer system designed to perform one or few dedicated functions, often with real-time computing constraints. The technological innovations in the Embedded Systems lead to the widespread usage of it over a wide range of applications from simple consumer-electronic gadgets to highly complex industrial equipments.
Today, there are countless number of embedded devices all around us.
Why choose Embedded System Projects?
Projects play a pivotal role in developing skills as well as enhancing career opportunities for an engineer. In embedded systems, software commonly known as firmware is hidden inside the same hardware rather than in some other hardware. Building an embedded system project will inculcate the practical side of the student to expose the engineering talent.
Project based learning is an interactive way of education, which draws the interest of the students and can help to create new ideas and innovate new things. The most obvious reason for choosing Embedded System projects are- demonstrative, lucrative, comprehendible, makes the work more convenient and accurate. It also offers the best interface possibilities for connecting sensors, various input and output devices, and various communication options.
Examples of Embedded Systems:
Digital Camera
One of the most commonly used Embedded systems is, a digital camera. It has basically three functions; to capture image, store image data, and represent this data. It has its own sensors, actuators and also memory for storage purposes.
Automotive Embedded system
Electronic Control Units are used in automotive embedded systems. This unit contains microcontroller, switches, sensors, drivers, etc. e.g. cars. Applications of automotive embedded systems include: automatic stability control, traction control system, pre-cash safety system, air bag, car navigation system.
Automated Teller Machine
It is a computerized device used in banking, and consists of a card reader, a keypad, and display screen. There is a connected network between the bank computer and the ATM machine. All the data is verified with the bank computer and all transactions are stored in it.
As mentioned before, embedded systems offer a lucrative and exciting career today. If you are techno-savvy and sophisticated machines excite you, then you are a good fit for a career in embedded systems.
Do not wait. If you are already in your final year and on the brink of pursuing your first job, kickstart your career by choosing an excellent embedded engineering project, today! To know more about embedded career and training details, visit @ httpwww.aectltraining.co.in/ or contact @ 9535280019