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- Become an Industry-ready Hands-on Embedded Engineer, by completing all the related Course-ware and Projects
- Complete certification course in embedded systems from NSDC for Embedded Software Engineer (ELE /Q3911) job role
- Land in your FIRST JOB with core Electronics / Embedded / IoT companies
- Engineering (All Branches)
- Professionals looking forward to uplift their career by acquiring additional skills
- 6 Months (Day Scholar)
- Practical approach: 70% of the time you will be doing hands-on programming
- Best-in class mentors: With real-time industry experience
- Project oriented approach: Work on 7 to 8 real-time industry projects
- NSDC / ESSCI certification: Obtain central Government certificate (Level-5) to enhance your career
- Embedded systems training aimed for jobs in core embedded companies
- 1300+ Placement Drives** in 2022
- Unlimited* placement opportunities up to two year after course completion
- Check out our placement record to get a transparent and realistic view of placements
SUPPORT MECHANISMS FOR LEARNING:
- Videos, Audios and Text – Go through the Expert Classroom sessions repeatedly
- Online Practice Tests
- Practice Exercises and Assignments
- Module based Projects to give you a wide exposure of embedded systems to enhance your Resume
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS COURSE MATERIALS:
- Technical Resource Library: Plenty of quality Embedded Systems materials available on-line
- Embedded Hardware platforms: PIC board and BeagleBone (ARM)
- Embedded Software platforms: Linux as the common platform supported by OpenSource tools
- Emertxe official blog: Knowledge sharing and industry trends update to students
- Emertxe YouTube channel: Tutorial and How-to videos
SOFT-SKILLS AND INTERVIEW PREPARATION:
- Disha workshops: Resume Preparation, Facing Embedded Systems Interviews to building career – Howto?
- Industry seminar: Interact with senior professionals, learn what industry wants
- Career support: Personal counselling, Higher studies guidance, Placement guidance
* Subject to completion of Course work, Test scores, Projects and Maintaining 90% attendance throughout.
** Multiple visits by same company included
- Course duration 6 Months
- Daily Duration 5 hours (Class & labs)
- Assessments Assignments | Projects | Regular Tests
- Skill level Beginner
- Mode Classroom delivery (30%) Practical labs (70%)
- Tools Latest open source tools
- Number of projects 7-8 Projects on Average
- Support mode F2F Lab support
Emertxe’s Embedded systems training course syllabus and curriculum is systematically designed in sync with industry needs (endorsed by NSDC / ESSCI Embedded Software Engineer (ELE/Q1501 (Level 5)) job role. This courseware will make you a complete hands-on embedded systems engineer, ready to be deployed in core embedded companies.
Starting with fundamentals like Linux Systems, Embedded C / C++ programming and Data structures this course deep dives into advanced topics like Linux Internals and TCP/IP network programming, PIC based microcontroller programming and Embedded Linux running on an ARM target. This Fullstack course will enable you to bring up a hardware from the scratch, interface them with external peripherals, port an Embedded OS into it and create a vertical (example – Automotive) specific Application.
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS COURSE MODULES:
Course modules are systematically designed in a sequence. Each one of them start with fundamentals and does a deep-dive to gain necessary expertise.
- Linux Systems
- Advanced / Embedded C Programming
- C++ Programming
- Data Structures and Logic Analysis
- Linux Internals and TCP/IP Networking
- Micro-controllers (PIC) based Application Development
- Embedded Linux on ARM
Open Source not only democratised the source code. It also has got an excellent set of tools using which developers can develop faster and smarter. As a part of Embedded Systems Source you will get exposed to various tools in different modules. Here is a snapshot of them.
- Vi Editor
- Code Blocks IDE
- GNU Debugger (GDB) for debugging
- Breakpoint based runtime debugging techniques
- MakeFiles: For compiling multiple C files and generate an integrated working program
- Buildroot – For building the Linux source code tree
- KGDB – For debugging the kernel
- Wireshark: For capturing and analysing network packets
- XC8 cross compiler: For compiling PIC based embedded firmware
Technologies change but foundations won’t. Emertxe’s Embedded System Course ensures foundations are sealed inside each of our students. This will enable them to learn any new technologies in their career as they start working in the industry. Here are the foundations you will be learning in our Embedded Systems course.
- Hardware interfacing
- OS and multitasking
- B.E / B.Tech / M.E / M.Tech (Final Year Students are Eligible)
- Basics of Electronics
- Ubuntu / Mandriva Linux based lab
- PIC based platform for Micro-controller programming
- Raspberry Pi or BeagleBone black (ARM Cortex A8) for Embedded Linux
The Emertxe Technical Resource Library (TRL) is an initiative by our team of mentors to share the entire course material online. Here you will find course contents, slide-ware, sample code, assignments and a bunch of industry projects. Along with that we are in the process of adding Embedded interview preparation materials so that you can brush up your basics before showing up for an interviews.
All these materials are open and free for any engineer who is interested in having a career in core Embedded Systems domain. Click the button provided below to access the library.
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Emertxe Embedded Systems Course – Placements
Emertxe Embedded Systems Course – Intermediate training and placement program attracts 695+ companies to participate in placements – MNCs, mid-size companies and startups. Have a look into a snapshot of placement companies that
Schedule – Embedded Systems Course
Embedded Systems Courses with Placements for Students and Professionals
|COURSE NAME||START DATE||DURATION||REGISTRATION STATUS|
|Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional - Advanced (Onsite / Classroom-based)||27th Sept - 2023||6 Months*||Register Now|
|Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional (Online)||29th Sept - 2023||6 Months*||Register Now|
|Emertxe Certified Embedded Professional (Online)||04th Oct - 2023||6 Months/ Evening*||Register Now|
|Embedded Internships (Online)||31st July - 2023||4 Weeks||Register Now|
IoT Courses with Placements for Students and Professionals
Short term Courses in Embedded Systems Programming
|COURSE NAME||START DATE||DURATION||REGISTRATION STATUS|
|Linux Systems & Basic Shell Scripting(Online)||23rd June 2021||2 Weeks||Register Now|
|Advanced C / Embedded C Programming (Online)||1st July 2021||2 months||Register Now|
|Data Structures using C (Online)||1st Sept 2021||4 Weeks||Register Now|
|Micro-Controllers Programming (Online)||1st Oct 2021||5 Weeks||Register Now|
|Linux Internals & Network Programming (Online)||8th Nov 2021||6 Weeks||Register Now|
Embedded Systems – Course Structure
- 1 - Linux Systems
- 2 - Advanced C and C++
- 3 - Data structure and Algorithms
- 4 - Linux Internals and TCP/IP Networking
- 5 - Micro Controllers
- 6 - Embedded Linux on ARM
- 7 - Disha Workshops
Linux has established itself as the primary choice when it comes to developing Embedded Systems. In this introductory module is intended to get new programmers up and running with Linux embedded environment. Starting with basics of Linux and its features, this module dives into essential commands, Shell scripting and using tools like Vim. By getting to know powerful Linux commands for redirection and pipes, lay strong foundation to automate routine tasks.
By the end of the module you will be able to setup Linux platform and use it comfortably for your Embedded Systems development.
Advanced C and C++
Lot of book tells about what is programming. Many also tell how to write a program, but very few cover the critical aspect of translating logic into a program. Specifically, in this fast paced industry, when you don’t have time to think to program, this course comes really handy. It builds on the basics of programming, smooth sailing through the advanced nitty-gritty’s of the Advanced C like pointers, optimization, operators, memory management etc. U will also learn OOP features of C++ includes Objects, Classes, Polymorphism, Inheritance etc.
By the end of the module you will be able to translate the given problem statement into a working C / C++ program, which is foundational to build a working Embedded System.
Data structure and Algorithms
A firm understanding of data structures provides a basis for writing more efficient code in terms of time and size parameters. This course is intended to provide an understanding of data specification and abstraction using various Abstract Data Types (ADT) – Linked Lists, Stacks, Queues, Hashing techniques, Searching and sorting techniques and Trees. Along with introduction this course deep dives into hands-on aspects of how data structures are implemented as late as possible to achieve best optimization.
By the end of the module you will be able to choose the right data structure (using dynamic memory management) for the given program and achieve best optimization possible.
Linux Internals and TCP/IP Networking
Currently most of the embedded systems are built over an operating system due to performance requirements and the resource complexity. This adds responsibility to developers to understand the OS capabilities in form of system calls – Interfaces, API’s and system calls. This course gives hands-on perspective on various Inter Process Communication (IPC) mechanisms like Pipes, FIFO, Shared Memory, TCP/IP Socket programming and multithreading using pThread APIs.
By the end of the module you will be able to implement a multi-tasking or multi-threading application by understanding the internal aspects of Linux. U would also built deeper understanding of core concepts of OS – Scheduling, Multi-tasking, Race conditions, Synchronization problem.
A complete module deals with writing an Embedded C program for Hardware with PIC micro-controller. This module gives you first-hand experience of running your program on target hardware. In this module you will be getting hands-on working with GPIOs, Analog I/Os, Memory usage, interfacing, character LCD, Interrupts and using peripherals like Timers, Counters and ADC. Various communication protocols like UART, SPI, CAN, I2C are introduced as well.
By the end of this module you will have obtained hands-on practical exposure in reading data-sheets, programming, cross-compiling and tool-chain usage and eventually downloading and debugging the Embedded application on the target hardware.
Embedded Linux on ARM
This module enables you to create a customized Embedded Linux distribution and bring it up on a ARM based target hardware. As a part of this module you will get exposed with various trends in Embedded OS, Making appropriate Open source choices for your Embedded device and get hands-on with Flash memory and EEPROMS. This is an unique module combining various previous modules you have learnt by combining Linux administration, Hardware knowledge, Linux as OS and C programming.
By the end of this module you would have built a complete picture on building an Embedded device with required functionality on a ARM based target hardware.
Emertxe takes a hands-on approach makes you learn Embedded development in the right way. Ample amount of hands-on exercises and assignments will surely build your confidence. However placement companies look for projects that really ensures you know a particular technology well.
As a part of Disha workshops you will be learning non-technical aspects in terms of workshops. These workshops focuses on aspects like Resume Building, Facing interviews, Industry expert interaction, Soft-skills workshops etc. By attending these workshops you will gain knowledge on how to present yourself during interviews and set foundations for long term career success.
What Placement Companies say about our Trainings?
Emertxe student performance was Excellent
Our interview rounds were extremely rigorous. Emertxe students performance was excellent during all 3 rounds of F2F interviews. Though they have 6 months training background, interviewers mentioned that their performance was equivalent to 30 months experienced engineers. This immensely saved ramp up time of the team. Emertxe approach of focusing on the core knowledge along with the attitude-transformation is commendable. Looking forward for long term association with Emertxe.
Sai Madhav P
Director of Engineering, Aricent (An Altran Group)
Very Commendable Performance
Emertxe has helped us strengthen our team with talented new engineers. The recruits though fresh grads from have shown excellent confidence in handling our projects, very commendable performance especially since we work in niche space. Emertxe service and personal attention is extraordinary. We are expanding and Emertxe will surely be a part of our plans. Our thanks to the dedicated team at Emertxe and wish them all the best.
Manager, Human Resources, Chelsio
Very Good Knowledge in System Programming
We have been engaged with Emertxe for fresher’s hiring and corporate training since couple of years. I find the trainers in Emertxe are very qualified and committed. The students from this institute comes with very good knowledge in system programming. They excel in their assignments. They are hardworking , always eager to learn.
VP – Engineering, PathPartner Technologies
Have Good grasp over the subjects
Our company SHARP Software Development India Pvt Ltd. is a division of SHARP Corporation, Japan and a CMMI Level 5 organization. We are front-runners in the printer products and hence strongly rely on embedded programming. We had some fresher openings in Embedded Systems. Thus, during research we came across Emertxe institute and it proved to be very fruitful as we hired candidates from here. These candidates had a good grasp over the subject expertise they underwent during their course under Emertxe and are proving to be a valuable asset till date. We wish this institute to keep evolving and adapting to the future technological trend and be producing good candidates like always, every year. This immensely saved ramp up time of the team. Emertxe approach of focusing on the core knowledge along with the attitude-transformation is commendable. Looking forward for long term association with Emertxe.
HR - Sharp India
Knowledge to Skill Transformation by Emertxe
Skilled workforce is the desire of any company. Our system of education system has not aligned itself to cater to this requirement. The industry needs more players like Emertxe who not only understand technology, but also understand how to convert that knowledge quotient into skilled resources. Best wishes to team Emertxe.
Regional Head - South - ESSCI (Skill India)
Substantial Contributions by Emertxe Students
Thanks team Emertxe for providing us with good quality candidates to fill important positions at NXP over the last couple of years. The engineers who joined different teams ramped up quickly and are making substantial contributions in Dev, Test and Tools teams. This was possible only because of high quality training (with emphasis on fundamentals) that was imparted to engineers during their stint, while undergoing embedded systems course at Emertxe.
Technical Manager, NXP Semiconductors
Learning Flow – Embedded Systems Course
Mentors will be taking you through F2F classes by explaining concepts and its real-time use-case demonstration. Interact and build sound understanding of concepts on a daily basis.
Apply your learnings from classes by creating assignments and projects on your own. This will be facilitated by lab mentors which include assignment / project explainer and its expected output.
This is where the rubber hits the road. When you actually start coding you will get stuck somewhere or get doubt in some place.Reach out to lab mentors and get your doubts clarified.
Every learning activity comes with a submission deadline. U are supposed to submit them to our mentors in order to kick-start your evaluation. The same happens for regular tests also.
After weekly or module test, mentors will explain you with answers. This will help you to iron out any gaps in your understanding and correct your mistakes as you move forward with other modules.
Evaluation and Feedback:
Mentors will get back with specific feedback on your work output and provide you with feedback and grades. This will help you to do retrospection and make continuous improvements.
Workshops & Follow-ups:
There will be a bunch of actions happening under DISHA umbrella. This includes resume preparation, interview facing tips, subject specific prep sessions to crack your interviews. Also close any pending doubts with your mentors by having follow-up with them on a 1:1 basis.
What our student have built?
- Command Line Test
- Image Steganography using LSB
- Red Black Tree(RBT)
- Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) – RFC 1350
- CAN based node communication for Automotive
- Kernel Optimization – Footprint and boot-time reduction on ARM
Command Line Test
|Project brief||Command line test is a BASH shell based tool that simulates login based online testing scenario. Initially the user will be provided with sign-in option where pre-defined users will be allowed to login. Upon successful login this tool will display questions for the user from existing data-base. It will also handle error conditions like time-out.
This tool will also store answers provided by users for future verification.
|Module||Linux Systems & Shell programming|
Image Steganography using LSB mechanism
|Project brief||The art and science of hiding information by embedding messages within other, seemingly harmless messages. Bits of unused data are replaced by bits of valuable information using LSB mechanism. Sender and receiver will have individual key / secret based on which they will be able to extract the actual data from the image.
This project also gives basic level understanding of image processing methodologies.
|Module||Advanced C programming|
Red Black Tree(RBT)
|Project brief||A red–black tree is a kind of self-balancing binary search tree. Each node of the binary tree has an extra bit, and that bit is often interpreted as the color (red or black) of the node. These color bits are used to ensure the tree remains approximately balanced during insertions and deletions. Though it is not perfectly balanced tree, it is good enough to allow it to guarantee searching in O (log n).
The goal of the project is to implement all RBT operations and achieve optimal searching for large set of data.
|Module||Data Structures & Algorithms|
Implementation of Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) – RFC 1350
|Project brief||The Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is a simple way of transferring file between two systems. This protocol is specified in RFC 1350.This protocol doesn’t support advanced available in FTP (ex: User authentication), typically used in Embedded systems for its smaller footprint and simplicity.
The goal of this project is to understand RFC and implement the protocol in a LAN environment. Eventually this project can be extended for advanced cases
|Module||Linux Internals & TCP/IP Networking|
CAN based node communication for Automotive
|Project brief||A Controller Area Network (CAN bus) is a vehicle bus standard designed to allow Microcontrollers and devices to communicate with each other in applications without a host computer. It is a message-based protocol, designed originally for multiplex electrical wiring within auto-mobiles, but is also used in many other contexts.
The goal of this project is to implement CAN protocol based data exchange between two PIC based boards, which are acting as “nodes”. In this
Kernel Optimization – Footprint and boot-time reduction on ARM
|Project brief||In multi-tasking Embedded systems, having an optimized Kernel is one of the key requirements. With clear understanding of source code organization and various turning methodologies Linux Kernel size can be optimized. In the similar way understanding U-Boot, optimization of boot time can also achieved.
The goal of this project is to gain exposure in terms of Kernel optimization by creating a customized Kernel for an ARM based target.
|Module||Embedded Linux on ARM|
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