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Embedded Systems

The Future is in the Embedded!

As a part and parcel of our everyday lives, embedded systems have automated tasks to a point where existence without them is unthinkable. Automation, Ease and Accuracy are the key factors that make this technology favorable and thus almost everything around us is either an embedded system or has a component of it. From mobile phones to computers and from air-conditioners to car systems; it is hard to find devices that aren’t embedded! Read more

Untouched by dynamics like recession, the embedded industry is to see huge growth in years to come as the need for automation wouldn’t reduce. With the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) predicting at least 4% increase in the job growth for Electrical Engineers, Embedded studies are going to bring great rewards for trained professionals. Defense, Consumer Electronics, Communications, Robotics, and Aeronautics industries are constantly looking for qualified individuals who can build improved systems with the help of their innovation and exposure.

At a median salary of approximately $89,000 as of 2013, the embedded industry is also favorable for continuous improvement in pay scales and lucrative job options. In the existing scenario, it will thus be right to step into the bandwagon of embedded electronics and master the art where you facilitate easier and faster lives! Hide

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FAQs

What is an Embedded System?

Embedded Systems are designed to perform specific functions as a single independent system or a part of a large network. It is a microprocessor-based computer hardware system is designed to manage the computation for real-time operations. The complexity of any such system varies on the basis of the tasks for which it is designed. Nevertheless, the complexities range from a single microcontroller to a processors suite with connected peripherals and networks.

What is a Microprocessor?

A microprocessor is a central processing unit or single integrated circuit chip containing a series of small components that perform arithmetic and logic operations. This electronic component has 5 types, including RISC-Reduced Instruction Set Microprocessor, CISC-Complex Instruction Set Microprocessors, Superscalar Processors, ASIC- Application Specific Integrated Circuit, and DSP's-Digital Signal Microprocessors. It is designed with an arithmetic logic unit (ALU) and the control unit for a microcomputer.

What is a Microcontroller?

A microcontroller is a small computer on a single metal-oxide-semiconductor (MOS) integrated circuit ( IC) chip that contains one or more CPUs, memory, and programmable input/output peripherals. These are used in automatically controlled products and devices, such as remote controls, toys, office machines, appliances, automobile engine control systems, and implantable medical devices, and other embedded systems. Various types of microcontrollers have been introduced with different word lengths, such as 4-bit microcontrollers, 8bit microcontrollers, 64-bit microcontrollers, and 128-bit microcontrollers.

Which are the four basic elements of an Embedded System?

  1. Sensor
  2. A-D Converter
  3. D-A Converter
  4. Actuator

Which are the key application areas of Embedded System?

  1. Telecommunication
  2. Home Appliances
  3. Automotive
  4. Medical
  5. Routers and Network bridges
  6. Military Applications
  7. Wireless Sensor Networking

What is Embedded Operating System?

An operating system designed for embedded systems is widely known as an embedded operating system. High reliability and better resource efficiency are the main characteristics of the embedded operating system. These are customizable operating systems, and we can change them as per our application needs.

Which are the main types of Embedded Systems?

  1. Single System Control Loop
  2. Multi-Tasking Operating System
  3. Preemptive Operating System
  4. Real-Time Operating System
  5. Rate Monotonic Operating System

Which are the key features of an Embedded System?

Embedded Systems have a particular set of requirements Embedded Systems are designed to run on hardware chips that are programmable Embedded systems are not always independent devices; a system form a smaller part of a large device sometimes carries a specific task. Embedded systems could be developed with advanced graphical interfaces or no user interface as per the exact purpose of the device or the function.

Give some daily life examples of embedded systems

  1. GPS
  2. Microwave ovens
  3. Mobile Phones
  4. MP3 players
  5. Video game consoles
  6. Digital cameras
  7. DVD players
  8. Washing machines
  9. Dishwashers

Do Embedded System professionals have a bright future?

The Embedded System global market, which was at $68.9 billion in 2017, is expected to grow to $105.7 billion by 53% by the end of 2025. This technology's future is bright as it is driven by artificial intelligence, machine learning, the Internet of Things, Virtual Reality (VR), and Augmented Reality (AR).

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