Embedded Hardware Developer

Build Your Career in Embedded Hardware Development

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An Embedded Hardware engineer helps to design and program the functions of dedicated computer chips and systems which includes selection of components, designing PCBs, designing and performing hardware tests and more.

    • Potential Job Opportunities

      5,000+ jobs listed across various industries

    • Earning Potential

      Potential to earn an average salary of ₹ 4.0 LPA to ₹ 5.0 LPA

    • Employment Sector

      Automotive, Aerospace, Defence, Consumer Electronics, Telecommunication, Healthcare and more.

    Potential Career Path
    Embedded Systems Developer
    Embedded Systems Engineer
    Embedded Systems Architect

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    Course Details

    • Commencement Date
    • Duration 514 hours
    • Language English
    • Eligibility Criteria Diploma Final Year or B.E/B.Tech 3rd and 4th year students (Electrical and Electronics Streams)
      Minimum Age: 16 Years
    • Assessment
      • Multiple intermediate assessments and one final assessment leading to certification.
      • Final assessment date will be announced, 1 month in advance.
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    • Total Credits 22
      Lecture Credits 12
      Practical Credits 10
    • Course Format Blended with online Live Lectures and Hands-on Learning at Learning and Assessment (L&A) Centre

    What you will learn in the course

    1
    Describe Embedded Hardware components
    2
    Identify and test Electronic Hardware components
    3
    Troubleshoot Embedded Hardware issues
    4
    Implement Embedded Hardware PCB design
    5
    Develop Embedded Firmware
    6
    Use Communication Protocol for Firmware Development
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    8
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    Course Summary

    Embedded Systems are computers (microprocessors/microcontroller) that are enclosed (embedded) in customised hardware. As per recent research, it is predicted that the Embedded market will be worth US$ 116.2 billion by 2025. This increase in global demand is due to an increase in demand for Consumer Electronics, Industrial Automation and hence there are immense opportunities in hardware and embedded design.

    This programme will help learners understand industry standard design techniques, flows and tools involved in design and maintenance of Embedded Hardware designs, systems and products. CRISP has set up state-of-the-art facilities for imparting training in this area.

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    Course Syllabus

    The course syllabus will be delivered through a combination of learning resources, live lectures, community-based interactions and hands-on experience at L&P Centres as applicable.

    • The module introduces embedded systems, different electronics components, integrated circuits and digital electronics.
    • Tools: Simulation tools to be covered including national instruments Multisim.
    • Project 1: Solar Charge Controller using Multisim
    • It covers all the basic and advance topics for embedded system programming.
    • Tools: Simulating tools, Cross Compiler Keil Micro Vision 5, PIC Compiler X18
    • Project 2: Wireless control of LEDs using an Android Mobile Phone
    • It covers hardware architecture, pin configuration and addresses modes of different microcontroller
    • The module includes assemble language programming for different family of microcontrollers.
    • Tools: Simulation Tools Keil Micro Vision 5, MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment X IDE and STM32Cube Integrated Development Environment
    • Project 3: Speed control of DC motor and LED dimming using Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) technique
    • The goal of the module is to cover memory organisation, register banks and stacks.
    • Tools: Simulation Tools Keil Micro Vision 5, MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment and STM32Cube Integrated Development Environment
    • The module targets on different internal peripherals like timer, counter, pulse width modulation (PWM), serial port, interrupts and analog to digital converter (ADC).
    • Tools: Simulating tools, Cross Compiler Keil Micro Vision 5, PIC Compiler X18, Proteus
    • Project 4: Auto Intensity Control of Street Lights
    • Project 5: RFID-based Attendance System
    • The module enables the learners on different coding and debugging using cross compilers, Keil Micro Vision 5, MPLAB X Integrated Development Environment and STM32Cube Integrated Development Environment.
    • Tools: Simulating tools to be used Cross Compiler Keil Micro Vision 5, PIC Compiler X18, Proteus, STM32Cube Integrated Development Environment
    • The module touches upon different external interfacing like light emitting diode (LED), liquid crystal display (LCD), 7 segment, switches, relays, analog to digital converter (ADC), temperature sensor (LM35), DC motor, servo motor, stepper motor, keypad and real-time clock (RTC DS1307).
    • Tools: PIC 18F Development Board, 8051 Development Board, Fritzing Breadboard Software
    • Project 6: Hand Gesture Controlled Robot
    • It covers different test and measurement equipment for embedded system multimeter, function generators and digital storage oscilloscope.
    • Tools: Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Multimeter, Function Generator
    • The module includes different printed circuit board (PCB) designing, schematic entry, board layout, creating components, creating footprints, generation of bill of materials and generation of Gerber files.
    • Tools: DipTrace PCB Design Software
    • Project 7: 2-layer PCB for Hand Gesture Controlled Robot and Auto Intensity Controlled Street Light
    • It covers different flash programming techniques, in-circuit programming and universal programmers.
    • Tools: Flash Programmers, In-circuit Programmers
    • This module includes different Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), Inter IC Communication (I2C), Zigbee, Bluetooth Communication, Radio Frequency (RF), Global System for Mobile (GSM), Global Positioning System (GPS), Infrared (IR) and Ethernet.
    • Tools: PIC 18F Development Board, 8051 Development Board
    • Project 8: Zigbee-controlled Autonomous Vehicle and Data Acquisition Robot
    • It covers different In-circuit debuggers to debug real-time embedded hardware and USB logic analysers.
    • Tools: In-Circuit Debugger, USB Logic Analyser
    • The module introduces 5S System (Sort, Set in Order, Shine, Standardise, Sustain)

    *Modules are subject to change based on Academic Partner’s discretion; learners will be informed of the final curriculum during the orientation.

    Course Features

    Digital Learning Resources

    Digital Learning Resources

    Enriching learning resources accessible anytime and anywhere

    Live Lectures

    Live Lectures

    Live lectures delivered by Academic Experts​

    Academic Connect Community​

    Academic Connect Community

    Moderated by an Academic Expert with a focus on building conceptual clarity

    Industry Connect Community

    Industry Connect Community​

    Moderated by an Industry Expert with a focus on building industry-oriented applied knowledge

    Industry Assignments

    Industry Assignments​

    Access to projects to offer industry-relevant practical exposure to learners

    Intermediate Assessments

    Intermediate Assessments

    Continuous check for skills competency highlighting scope for improvement

    Final Assessment

    Final Assessment

    End-term test of theoretical and applied knowledge

    Digital Certification

    Digital Certification

    Certificate issued by Academia and Industry on successful completion of the learning programme

    Internship Opportunity

    Internship Opportunity

    To provide on-the-job real-time industry exposure for learners in the respective learning programmes

    Job Opportunity

    Job Opportunity​

    Access to TCS iON Job Listing Portal - a hub of employment opportunities across sectors

    • Digital Learning Resources Enriching learning resources accessible anytime and anywhere
    • Live Lectures Live lectures delivered by Academic Experts
    • Academic Connect Community Moderated by an Academic Expert with a focus on building conceptual clarity
    • Industry Connect Community​ Moderated by an Industry Expert with a focus on building industry-oriented applied knowledge
    • Industry Assignments​ Access to projects to offer industry-relevant practical exposure to learners
    • Intermediate Assessments Continuous check for skills competency highlighting scope for improvement
    • Final Assessment End-term test of theoretical and applied knowledge
    • Digital Certification Certificate issued by Academia and Industry on successful completion of the learning programme
    • Internship Opportunity To provide on-the-job real-time industry exposure for learners in the respective learning programmes
    • Job Opportunity Access to TCS iON Job Listing Portal - a hub of employment opportunities across sectors

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      • Candidates must apply on OR before the application closure date.
      • Verification of candidate details will be done by Academic Partner.
      • If the application is approved, candidates will receive an approval notification via email.
      • In case the application gets rejected; candidates will not be able to enrol for the course.
      • If there is any information missing in the application form, candidates would be asked to resubmit the application form with missed out information and resubmit.
      • Approved candidates will receive the Activation Code from their respective institutions to activate the course.
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