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An embedded systems or software engineer helps design, develop, and maintain embedded systems in products. The role often includes software development. But it also requires knowledge of entire embedded systems. There isn't a concrete definition of the role of an embedded engineer because it can vary by organization. Companies use the phrase "embedded engineer", but describe the role differently. Some companies use an embedded engineer to reference engineers who work primarily with embedded software. Other companies make the distinction that embedded engineers are more involved with the whole system.

Embedded systems are a combination of hardware and software designed to provide a specific function within a larger system. Embedded systems are increasingly common in the world of the Internet of Things as more of our devices and products are connected directly to real-time monitoring. System design for interconnected products allows computing systems to safely monitor, track, and repair faster than ever possible. Computer science can now create these intricate systems within a broader framework that makes it easier to control and implement these pieces without losing overall control. The world is moving towards the ease of IoT. What used to take a ton of human power can now be accomplished by the power of machine learning and AI. Embedded system software ranges from little to no user interface to complex user experiences that more deeply connect us to the devices in our world. Consumer electronics, cars, agricultural equipment, manufacturing, and medical equipment are all possible locations for embedded software. The development process for this new era can be complex, and it's worth it to learn the types of hardware and software tools available to you.

Experts believe the demand for embedded engineers will continue to grow as embedded systems become a part of more consumer and other products.The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects the number of future jobs in a range of industries. While the organization doesn't track embedded engineering specifically, it does track software developers and projects that the overall employment of software developers will grow 22% from 2019 to 2029. That's much faster than average for all occupations.

 

Course/Topic 1 - Embedded Systems and MATLAB Programming - all lectures

  • We can broadly define an embedded system as a microcontroller-based, software-driven, reliable, real-time control system, designed to perform a specific task. It can be thought of as a computer hardware system having software embedded in it. An embedded system can be either an independent system or a part of a large system. In this video, we will explain all the steps necessary to design an embedded system and use it.

    • 48:27
  • In this session, we will learn about the Embedded systems which have a huge variety of application domains that varies from low cost to high, consumer electronics to industrial equipment’s, entertainment devices to academic equipment’s and medical instruments to weapons and aerospace control systems. The applications of embedded systems carry home appliances, office automation, security, telecommunication, instrumentation, entertainment, aerospace, banking and finance, automobiles personal and in various embedded systems projects.

    • 05:32
  • In this video of MATLAB is a software package for high-performance mathematical computation, visualization, and programming environment. It gives an interactive environment with hundreds of built-in functions for technical computing, graphics, and animations.

    • 54:50
  • In this lecture we will learn about the Embedded MATLAB code that enables a MATLAB to C workflow that brings exploration and implementation together. Embedded MATLAB is a sub element of the MATLAB technical computing language that lets you generate C code directly from MATLAB algorithms.

    • 24:55
  • In this video you will learn about the G.168 which addresses the problems might arise during practical implementation of G.168.

    • 17:03
  • Learn how to use the Profiler tool, vectorized functions, and other tricks to writing efficient MATLAB code. This video includes how to convert any array into a column vector, bounding a value without if statements, and repeating or tiling a vector without repmat.

    • 26:50
  • This session will continue exploring the plotting and graphics capabilities of MATLAB. We will discuss about the Drawing bar charts, Drawing contours and Three-dimensional plots.

    • 1:06:25
  • This is a basic session that demonstrates how to create a GUI for a MATLAB program and how to use its fields as input/output for a pre-existing or new program.

    • 27:39
  • In this part we will Learn how to create a graphical user interface using GUIDE, the graphical user interface development environment of MATLAB.

    • 16:33
  • A graphical user interface (GUI) is a sort of interface through which the users interact with electronic devices via visual indicator representations. It allows the user to set the commands over the screen as conveniently as desired.

    • 11:26
  • Learn how to create a graphical user interface using GUIDE, the graphical user interface development environment of MATLAB.

    • 38:57
  • In this session learn the essentials of MATLAB through this video on commonly used features and workflows.

    • 47:23
  • In this part of MATLAB GUIDE, we are going to develop the several MATLAB GUI (or graphical user interfaces). We will explain call back-functions and relevant instructions to activate any action of the elements in the GUI.

    • 27:47
  • In the video of GUIDE, the MATLAB Graphical User Interface development environment, provides a set of tools for creating graphical user interfaces (GUIs).

    • 18:45
  • The second last segment of the course is on creating apps in MATLAB using its graphical user interface utility called GUIDE. The GUIDE provides essential graphical elements for converting your code into a meaningful software.

    • 15:52
  • In this video we have shared how to make input slots in MATLAB GUI and how to link, call and run a SIMULINK Mathematical Model from GUI. MATLAB Guide is a very handy tool in MATLAB, using which we can make customizable Graphical User Interfaces.

    • 35:14
  • In this video we'll look at fixed point arithmetic. This is a technique for performing operations on numbers with fractional parts using integers, instead of the more common floating point.

    • 24:46
  • Lecture 10.2 - Fixed Point Arithmetic - part 2

    • 26:12
  • In this session of Simulink which is a graphical extension to MATLAB for modeling and simulation of systems. One of the main advantages of Simulink is the ability to model a nonlinear system, which a transfer function is unable to do. Another advantage of Simulink is the ability to take on initial conditions.

    • 38:24
  • In this lecture session we learn about Simulink is the platform for Model-Based Design that supports system-level design, simulation, automatic code generation, and continuous test and verification of embedded systems. Key capabilities include: A graphical editor for modeling all components of a system.

    • 1:00:38
  • Simulink examples include scripts and model files that guide you through modeling and simulating various dynamic systems. Using a Simulink Project to manage the files within your design. Regulating the speed of an electric motor. Modeling a bouncing ball using Simulink.

    • 32:59
  • In this tutorial we learn about The oximeter utilizes an electronic processor and a pair of small light-emitting diodes (LEDs) facing a photodiode through a translucent part of the patient's body, usually a fingertip or an earlobe. One LED is red, with a wavelength of 660 nm, and the other is infrared with a wavelength of 940 nm.

    • 48:44
  • In this lecture session we learn about User-defined Matlab functions that are interpreted, not compiled. This means roughly that when an m-file is executed, each statement is read and then executed, rather than the entire program being parsed and compiled into machine language.

    • 22:31
  • In this lecture session we learn about The S-function outputs the time integral of the input signal if the time integral is between the lower and upper bounds, the lower bound if the time integral is less than the lower bound, and the upper bound if the time integral is greater than the upper bound.

    • 15:36
  • In this lecture session we learn about A Line plot can be defined as a graph that displays data as points or check marks above a number line, showing the frequency of each value.

    • 07:49
  • In this lecture session we learn about Plot is the sequence of connected events that make up a narrative in a novel. Generally, a plot in fiction builds up to a climax and ends in a resolution at the finish of the story. Of course, plot is one of storytelling's major pillars.

    • 20:20
  • In this lecture session we learn about A line plot is a way to display data along a number line. Line plots are also called dot plots. Below is an example of a line plot showing the distance 17 turtles traveled in an hour (we know it is 17 turtles because there are 17 dots on the line plot).

    • 35:41
  • In this tutorial we learn about A graph is a pictorial representation of a set of objects where some pairs of objects are connected by links. The interconnected objects are represented by points termed as vertices, and the links that connect the vertices are called edges.

    • 19:21
  • In this lecture session we learn about creating a 2-D line plot of the data in Y versus the corresponding values in X . To plot a set of coordinates connected by line segments, specify X and Y as vectors of the same length. To plot multiple sets of coordinates on the same set of axes, specify at least one of X or Y as a matrix.

    • 16:29
  • In this lecture session we learn about subplot( m , n , p ) divides the current figure into an m -by- n grid and creates axes in the position specified by p . MATLAB numbers subplot positions by row. The first subplot is the first column of the first row, the second subplot is the second column of the first row, and so on.

    • 21:43
  • In this tutorial we learn about The grid on Matlab is the lines that are meant to separate the rows and columns which are used for computational purposes. They are the horizontal and vertical lines that appear in a worksheet around the cells.

    • 09:27
  • In this lecture session we learn about Computer programming is a foundational skill that opens doors for all students. With Learn to Code with MATLAB® participants explore basic coding concepts while solving a real-world problem. By the end of the hour they'll explore variables, functions, and create an algorithm in MATLAB.

    • 38:29
  • In this lecture session we learn that MATLAB is designed to work with matrices, where a matrix is defined to be a rectangular array of numbers. All variables used are considered to be matrices. Scalars and vectors can be used since they can be considered as matrices with dimension 1×1 (scalars) and 1xn or nx1 (vectors).

    • 31:59
  • In this lecture session we learn about MATLAB is a programming platform designed specifically for engineers and scientists to analyze and design systems and products that transform our world. The heart of MATLAB is the MATLAB language, a matrix-based language allowing the most natural expression of computational mathematics.

    • 27:02
  • In this lecture session we learn about It incorporates mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, and computer science to innovate robots or human-like machines. Reputed robotics researchers and engineers use MATLAB to design and tune algorithms, real-world model systems, and generate code successfully- all from one software environment.

    • 34:07
  • In this tutorial we learn about In MATLAB environment, every variable is an array or matrix. You can assign variables in a simple way. For example, x = 3 % defining x and initializing it with a value. MATLAB will execute the above statement and return the following result − x = 3.

    • 32:29
  • In this tutorial we learn about An operator is a symbol that tells the compiler to perform various numerical or logical manipulations. MATLAB is designed to operate mainly on whole matrices and arrays. Therefore, functions in MATLAB work both on scalar and non-scalar data.

    • 32:57
  • In this lecture session we learn about The G. 168 specification was developed to address and standardize the performance for line echo cancellation in the PSTN. G. 168 strictly limits the convergence time, allowed residual echo, tolerance for varying signal levels, and allowed divergence in the presence of destabilizing narrow-band energy.

    • 12:37
  • In this tutorial we learn about You can use in a nutshell to indicate that you are saying something in a very brief way, using few words. In a nutshell, the owners thought they knew best.

    • 20:39
  • In this lecture session we learn about On the Editor or Live Editor tab, in the Section section, select Run and Advance. Run the code in the selected section, and then run all the code after the selected section. On the Editor or Live Editor tab, in the Section section, select Run to End. Run to a specific line of code and pause.

    • 07:57
  • In this lecture session we learn about Implement Algorithms Using MATLAB. Integrate Basic Algorithms Using MATLAB Function Block. Create and Configure MATLAB S-Functions. Integrate System Objects Using MATLAB System Block.

    • 06:08
  • In this tutorial we learn about The G. 168 specification was developed to address and standardize the performance for line echo cancellation in the PSTN.

    • 17:41
  • In this lecture session we learn about Embedded firmware is the flash memory chip that stores specialized software running in a chip in an embedded device to control its functions. Firmware in embedded systems fills the same purpose as a ROM but can be updated more easily for better adaptability to conditions or interconnecting with additional equipment.

    • 43:02
  • In this tutorial we learn about Embedded Software. Firmware is a layer of software on top of which operating systems and other applications run. Embedded software is stand-alone software capable of running the entire system which might or might not include an Operating system.

    • 31:12
  • In this tutorial we learn about As an Embedded Test Engineer, you will join a group of hands-on, passionate, and seasoned professionals developing innovative products. Testing is primarily focused on qualifying and releasing custom hardware, embedded Linux distributions, embedded firmware, and maintaining releases.

    • 20:28
  • In these lecture sessions we learn about An embedded systems or software engineer helps design, develop, and maintain embedded systems in products. The role often includes software development. But it also requires knowledge of entire embedded systems. There isn't a concrete definition of the role of an embedded engineer because it can vary by organization.

    • 40:13
  • In this tutorial we learn about Embedded developers who are skilled software engineers that design and write code to control machines and devices. They specialize in developing programs for specific hardware used in cars, modems, appliances, and cellular devices, among others.

    • 44:49
  • In this lecture session we learn about It is written specifically for the particular hardware that it runs on and usually has processing and memory constraints because of the device's limited computing capabilities. Examples of embedded software include those found in dedicated GPS devices, factory robots, some calculators and even modern smartwatches.

    • 43:42
  • In this lecture session we learn about An embedded systems or software engineer helps design, develop, and maintain embedded systems in products. The role often includes software development. But it also requires knowledge of entire embedded systems.

    • 1:01:49
  • In this lecture session we learn about An embedded hardware engineer is the person who helps to design and program the functions of these dedicated computer chips and systems. Embedded hardware can refer, of course, to mobile devices.

    • 36:10
  • In this tutorial we learn about the main duties of embedded hardware engineers include selection of components, designing PCBs, Designing and performing hardware tests.

    • 1:06:46
  • In this lecture session we learn about An embedded system is a microprocessor-based computer hardware system with software that is designed to perform a dedicated function, either as an independent system or as a part of a large system. At the core is an integrated circuit designed to carry out computation for real-time operations.

    • 52:45
  • In this lecture session we learn about Embedded testing is the process of verification and validation of both software and hardware. It ensures the defect free whole system including software and hardware. It is basically performed on hardware in order to find the defects. It also ensures that the system meets the end user's requirements.

    • 57:38
  • In this lecture session we learn about An embedded systems or software engineer helps design, develop, and maintain embedded systems in products. The role often includes software development. But it also requires knowledge of entire embedded systems.

    • 1:11:53

Course/Topic 2 - Legacy Embedded Systems and Paradigm Shift in ES - all lectures

  • In this lecture session we learn that Legacy Embedded Systems can be defined as the hardware and software/firmware systems performing useful tasks traditionally but requiring reengineering and upgrades due to obvious reasons.

    • 10:39
  • In this lecture session we learn about hardware in power plants, manufacturing machines controlled by computers running MS-DOS, or outdated financial systems. In reality, however, legacy applications still power important business processes in plenty of other companies around the world.

    • 27:40
  • In this lecture session we learn about a legacy platform. Also called a legacy operating system, legacy platform is an operating system (OS) that is no longer in widespread use, or that has been supplanted by an updated version of earlier technology.

    • 24:13
  • In this lecture session we learn about Legacy technologies which are essentially systems, technologies, software, or hardware that are outdated or obsolete. Often, legacy technologies are vital technologies, used in multiple processes and interdepartmental in an organization.

    • 41:23
  • In this lecture session we learn that an embedded system is designed to perform one function with real-time applications. Embedded systems are found in simple devices like calculators, microwave & television remote controls, and also in more complicated devices such as home security and neighborhood traffic control systems.

    • 26:28
  • In this tutorial we learn that Embedded Portfolio is written specifically for the particular hardware that it runs on and usually has processing and memory constraints because of the device's limited computing capabilities.

    • 21:05
  • In this lecture session we learn how to fix (an object) firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass. It means that the system is part of a larger product (or system). For example virtually all modern vehicles have an Electronic Engine Controller (EEC).

    • 26:53

Course/Topic 3 - VLSI - Microcontrollers - PLC - Assembly Language - all lectures

  • In this lecture session we learn about CMOS technologies and also talk about features of CMOS technology in microcontrollers assembly language.

    • 43:20
  • In this lecture session we learn about how CPU works and also talk about AVR microcontrollers.

    • 59:34
  • In this lecture session we learn about VLSI introduction and also talk about features of microcontrollers assembly language.

    • 19:19
  • In this lecture session we learn about what register is and also talk about different types of registers in brief.

    • 34:55
  • In this lecture session we learn about the basics of PLC and also talk about features of the basics of programmable logic controllers.

    • 28:20
  • In this lecture session we learn about status registers in VLSI and also talk about features of status registers and accumulator flags.

    • 22:11
  • In this lecture session we learn about PLC programming and also talk about features of PLC programming in brief.

    • 14:40
  • In this lecture session we learn about the use of SRAM as a stack and also talk about features of SRAM in VLSI.

    • 49:00
  • In this lecture session we learn about ladder diagrams in VLSI microcontrollers in brief and also talk about assembly language.

    • 31:37
  • In this lecture session we learn about BIT manipulations and also talk about how to convert BCD coded digits in brief.

    • 35:59
  • In this lecture session we learn about SCADA in VLSI microcontrollers and also talk about supervisory control and data acquisition system security.

    • 14:12
  • In this lecture session we learn about hardware multiplication of 8 by 8 bit binary and also talk about features of hardware multiplication.

    • 24:13
  • In this lecture session we learn about assembly languages for intel based computers in brief and also talk about features of assembly languages for intel based computers.

    • 36:52
  • In this lecture session we learn about decimal fraction and also talk about features of decimal fraction in brief.

    • 44:20
  • In this lecture session we learn about assembly language fundamentals in brief and also talk about features of assembly languages fundamentals.

    • 53:59
  • In this lecture session we learn about how we convert decimals to binary floating point numbers in assembled languages.

    • 44:16
  • In this lecture session we learn about procedures in Assembly Language and also talk about link library overview in brief.

    • 19:36
  • In this lecture session we learn about classical dividing by 10 with a counting loop.

    • 33:13
  • In this lecture session we learn about jumps based on specific flags and also talk about features of string encryption programs.

    • 30:20
  • In this lecture session we learn about properties of the egg timer with AT mega 8515 and also talk about features of egg timer in brief.

    • 39:39
  • In this lecture session we learn about integer arithmetic in VLSI assembly languages in brief.

    • 28:37
  • In this lecture session we learn about properties of RGB - Uhr mit ATmega 18 and also talk about features of hardwares.

    • 37:05
  • In this lecture session we learn about advanced procedures in arrays and also talk about features of advanced procedures in brief.

    • 42:24
  • In this lecture session we learn about features of the spotlight with ATiny 13 and also talk about factors of spotlight.

    • 27:44