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Embedded Systems : Foundation of embedded concepts

In the Embedded Concepts module students learn about the hardware and software architecture of an Embedded System. They get an idea about the constraints and challenges involved in embedded system development and are introduced to different approaches for Embedded System Development Lifecycle (ESDL). They will learn how to model the software for an embedded system and how to make the right choice of platforms and programming language to be used. A brush up is provided for basic analog and digital electronics.

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Internet of Things : The devices for the future

Can you imagine a huge variety of smart devices under the centralized control from one “brain”? To a certain extent, it’s possible with the evolvement of the Internet of Things – the network of physical objects with sensors and actuators, software and network connectivity that enable these objects to gather and transmit data and fulfil users’ tasks. The effectiveness and applicability of such a system directly correlates with the quality of its building blocks and the way they interact, and there are various approaches to IoT architecture. With wide experience in IoT development across various industries, we’ve worked out our original IoT architecture concept.

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PCB Designing : The Core of every electronic system

Breadboards are great for prototyping circuits, but they aren’t so good for actually using the thing you’re building. At some point, you’ll probably want to make a project more permanent. The best way to do that is to put it on a PCB.

To create a PCB Design you need to draw holes, pads and wires for your circuit. Then you send this drawing to a manufacturer or you etch it yourself. Sounds tough ? Don’t worry, there are many free tools out there that will help you do this.

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STEM Education : Root of logical & creative thinking for every child

A strong economy in the twenty-first century prospers through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Across the world, nations are competing for the high-growth firms and highly capable workers of the future and securing the pipelines in their education systems today. They know that children entering the education system in 2018 will be joining a very different workforce in 2030 and they see the rising premium on skills in STEM. 

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