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Embedded System & Robotics Courses Description

An Embedded System is a computer system with a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electrical system, often with real-time computing constraints.It is embedded as part of a complete device often including hardware and mechanical parts. Embedded systems control many devices in common use today. Ninety-eight percent of all microprocessors are manufactured as components of embedded systems.In Other word,The electronic system which integrates the hardware circuitry with the software programming techniques for providing project solutions is called as embedded systems. By using this embedded system technology the complexity of the circuits can be reduced to a great extent which further reduces the cost and size. Embedded system was primarily developed by Charles Stark for reducing the size and weight of the project circuitry.

An embedded system is basically an electronic system that can be programmed or non-programmed to operate, organize, and perform single or multiple tasks based on the application. In the real time embedded systems, all the assembled units work together based on the program or set of rules or code embedded into the micro-controller. But, by using this micro-controller programming techniques only a limited range of problems can be solved.

These technologies are used to develop machines that can substitute for humans and replicate human actions. Robots can be used in any situation and for any purpose, but today many are used in dangerous environments (including bomb detection and de-activation), manufacturing processes, or where humans cannot survive. Robots can take on any form but some are made to resemble humans in appearance. This is said to help in the acceptance of a robot in certain replicative behaviors usually performed by people. Such robots attempt to replicate walking, lifting, speech, cognition, and basically anything a human can do. Many of today's robots are inspired by nature, contributing to the field of bio-inspired robotics.

Embedded System & Robotics Course Contents

Embedded System & Robotics Basics

01 — Introduction of Electronics

  • Introduction to Basic Components
  • Introduction of power supply
  • Introduction of signals signals
  • Digital systems
  • Introduction of Digital Circuit
  • Introduction of Logic Gate
  • Introduction of Microprocessor & Microcontroller
  • Introduction of Architecture of Microcontroller


  • How does microcontroller work?
  • Introduction to the development board.
  • How microcontroller is programmed?
  • Introduction to CVAVR (compiler)
  • Basics of embedded C programming
  • Digital Input / Output Ports
  • Demo: Writing the first program, giving output, LED glowing/blinking, taking input, controlling LED glow though switch, glowing LED patterns

03 — Embedded Electronics-II (LCD, ADC, Timers)

  • Interfacing 16x2 LCD
  • Demo: Printing strings/numbers on LCD. Displaying moving strings.
  • ADC (Analog to Digital Converter)
  • Demo: Displaying ADC values on LCD.
  • Timers, CTC and PWM Mode
  • Demo: using Timers in CTC and PWM Mode.

04 — Embedded Electronics-III (UART, SPI)

  • UART Communication (Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter)
  • Interfacing computer with microcontroller using UART with IC-MAX232
  • Demo: Data communication b/w microcontroller and computer.
  • SPI Communication (Serial Peripheral Interface)
  • Interfacing two microcontrollers using SPI
  • Demo: Data communication b/w and 2 microcontrollers using SPI.

05 — Projects in Embedded System

  • Students will be encouraged to implement their own ideas into projects using the KIT provided. Following are a few examples,
  • Calculator Interfacing switch and LCD
  • Midi-player Interfacing buzzer and keypad
  • Stop-watch Interfacing Switches and LCD
  • Digital Voltmeter Interfacing ADC and LCD
  • Digital Clock Interfacing switches and LCD
  • Electronic Voting Machine Interfacing keypad and LCD

Embedded System & Robotics Advanced


  • Basic concept of robotics.
  • Various types of robots.
  • Use of robots in industries.
  • Discussion on Robotics.
  • Various parts of Autonomous Robot.


  • Introduction to IR Sensors
  • Demo: Implementing Digital Sensor and Interfacing with microcontroller to display results on LCD.


  • How to design a Line Following Robot?
  • Assembling all the circuit on the Robot Body. Writing basic control programs.
  • Discussion on Autonomous Robots such as :
  • Line Following Robot
  • Object avoidance Robot


  • Line Following Robot
  • Object avoiding Robot
  • Never falling Robot
  • Never fall from height robot
  • Object Following Robot
  • Computer controlled Robot.

05 - Interfacing Accelerometer

  • Reading the value of accelerometer in X, Y, Z Axis on LCD
  • Led controlling using an accelerometer
  • LCD task using an accelerometer
  • To give an idea of how to make a gesture control robot using an accelerometer

06 - Interfacing PIR Sensor

  • Perform the operation of pir sensor
  • Led control using Pir sensor
  • Detect the motion of moving body
  • LCD control using pir sensor

07 - Interfacing LDR

  • Perform the operation of LDR
  • Reading the value from LDR with the help of ADC
  • Street light controlling using LDR

08 - Interfacing RF Module

  • Synchronization of rf module
  • Led controlling using rf module
  • Lcd controlling using rf module
  • To give an idea of how to make a wireless control robot using Rf module
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