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What you will learn

☑ Introduction to Embedded Systems

☑ MATLAB introduction and get started

☑ Embedded Product Development with MATLAB

☑ G.168 (2000) system

☑ MATLAB Programming

☑ MATLAB Graphics Commands

☑ MATLAB GUI Creation

☑ MATLAB GUIDE

☑ Introduction to Simulink with Simulink demo

☑ Fixed Point Arithmetic

☑ G.168 in Nutshell

☑ G.168 Implementation in MATLAB

☑ Test G.168

☑ Embedded Firmware Engineer

☑ Embedded Firmware Developer

☑ Embedded Firmware Test Engineer

☑ Embedded Software Engineer

☑ Embedded Software Developer

☑ Embedded Software Test Engineer

☑ Embedded Systems Engineer

☑ Embedded Hardware Engineer

☑ Embedded Hardware Test Engineer

☑ Embedded Hardware Design Engineer

☑ Embedded Hardware Development

Description

**Uplatz **provides this comprehensive course on **Embedded Systems**,** Embedded Engineering**,** **and **MATLAB Programming**.

The course provides an introduction to the Embedded Systems and then moves on to provide detailed practical oriented MATLAB training. In this Embedded Systems and MATLAB course, you will learn Embedded Product Development with MATLAB along with MATLAB programming, graphics commands, GUI creation, MATLAB GUIDE. This MATLAB training will also provide you an end-to-end coverage of Simulink and Fixed Point Arithmetic with a practical demonstration of Simulink.

In this Embedded Engineering course you will learn about G.168 system in detail, its implementation in MATLAB, as well as G.168 testing. You will also understand clearly the difference between Embedded Firmware Engineer, Embedded Firmware Developer, Embedded Firmware Test Engineer, Embedded Software Engineer, Embedded Software Developer, Embedded Software Test Engineer, Embedded Systems Engineer, Embedded Hardware Engineer, Embedded Hardware Test Engineer, Embedded Hardware Design Engineer. This Embedded Systems & Engineering training will provide you an opportunity to learn about the skills required to be any one of the Embedded engineers and hence will give you direction on how to become an Embedded engineer or test engineer, or any of the titles mentioned above.

You will acquire knowledge on Embedded Hardware Development and its complexities through this Embedded Systems, Engineering, and MATLAB course.

An **Embedded system** is a controller, which controls many other electronic devices. It is a combination of embedded hardware and software. An Embedded System is an integrated system which is formed as an combination of computer hardware and software for a specific function. It can be said as a dedicated computer system which has been developed for some particular reason. Embedded systems work independently or are attached to a larger system to work on few specific functions. These embedded systems can work without human intervention or with a little human intervention.

There are two types of embedded systems microprocessors and micro-controller. Getting to market with in-demand IoT applications requires embedded systems designed for rapid development, flexibility and scale, along with a complement of devices, tools, documentation and support.

**MATLAB **is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation. MATLAB (short for matrix laboratory) is a multi-paradigm numerical computing environment and proprietary programming language developed by MathWorks, a leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists. Intended primarily for numerical computing, MATLAB is a programming environment for algorithm development, data analysis, visualization and numeric computation.

Some of the key areas where MATLAB is used:

Math and computation

Algorithm development

Modeling, simulation, and prototyping

Data analysis, exploration, and visualization

Scientific and engineering graphics

Application development, including Graphical User Interface building

*System vs. Embedded System*

Basically a system is a set of interrelated parts/components which are designed/developed to perform a common tasks or to do some specific work for which it has been created. Thus a system is an arrangement in which all its unit assemble work together according to a set of rules. It can also be defined as a way of working, organizing or doing one or many tasks according to a fixed plan.

Embedded means something that is attached to another thing. An embedded system can be thought of as a computer hardware system having software embedded in it. An embedded system is a microcontroller or microprocessor based system which is designed to perform a specific task. For example, a fire alarm is an embedded system; it will sense only smoke.

*Main components of Embedded systems are -*

Hardware (hard-wired components)

Software (application software)

Firmware or Real Time Operating system (RTOS) that supervises the application software and provide mechanism to let the processor run a process as per scheduling by following a plan to control the latencies.

*Examples of embedded systems are -*

Digital watches

Washing Machine

Toys

Televisions

Digital phones

Laser Printer

Cameras

Industrial machines

Electronic Calculators

Automobiles

Medical Equipment

Engineers and scientists across the globe use MATLAB to analyze and design systems and products currently transforming our world. The programming language is found in automobile active safety systems, interplanetary spacecraft, health monitoring devices, smart power grids and LTE cellular networks. The platform is optimized for machine learning, signal processing, image processing, computer vision, communications, computational finance, control design, robotics and other mathematical operations.

**Embedded Systems and MATLAB - Course Syllabus**

Embedded Systems Introduction

MATLAB Introduction

Embedded Product Development with MATLAB

G.168 (2000)

Efficient MATLAB Programming

MATLAB Graphics Commands

MATLAB GUI Creation

MATLAB Guide

Introduction to Simulink

Fixed Point Arithmetic

Simulink demo

G.168 in Nutshell

G.168 Implementation in MATLAB

Test G.168

Embedded Firmware Engineer

Embedded Firmware Developer

Embedded Firmware Test Engineer

Embedded Software Engineer

Embedded Software Developer

Embedded Software Test Engineer

Embedded Systems Engineer

Embedded Hardware Engineer

Embedded Hardware Development

Embedded Hardware Test Engineer

Embedded Hardware Design Engineer

Content

Embedded Systems Introduction

Embedded Systems Introduction

Real Life Embedded Applications

Real Life Embedded Applications

MATLAB Introduction

MATLAB Introduction

Embedded Product Development with MATLAB

Embedded Product Development with MATLAB - part 1

G.168 (2000)

G.168 (2000)

Efficient MATLAB Programming

Efficient MATLAB Programming

MATLAB Graphics Commands

MATLAB Graphics Commands

MATLAB GUI Creation

MATLAB GUI Creation - part 1

MATLAB GUI Creation - part 2

MATLAB GUI Creation - part 3

MATLAB GUIDE

MATLAB GUIDE - part 1

MATLAB GUIDE - part 2

MATLAB GUIDE - part 3

MATLAB GUIDE - part 4

MATLAB GUIDE - part 5

MATLAB GUIDE - part 6

Introduction to Simulink

Introduction to Simulink

Fixed Point Arithmetic

Fixed Point Arithmetic

Simulink demo

Simulink demo

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