Why Embedded Systems is called the Technology of Tomorrow

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In the recent technical world, embedded technology has been a matter of discussion these days. When it comes to career and studies, embedded technology has great benefits. Many engineering projects, modern appliances, and sophisticated electronic systems use some kind of embedded systems, which increases its importance. All the embedded systems consist of two parts: the hardware and the software. The software part can be used to control the hardware and do the required task.

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Why Embedded Systems is called the Technology of Tomorrow In the recent technical world embedded technology has been a matter of discussion these days. When it comes to career and studies embedded technology has great benefits. Many engineering projects modern appliances and sophisticated electronic systems use some kind of embedded systems which increases its importance. All the embedded systems consist of two parts: the hardware and the software. The software part can be used to control the hardware and do the required task. Embedded systems are used in several devices such as automobiles traffic lights cameras wireless network routers mp3 audio players and so on. It is an important subject for electrical engineering students as it is a part of every undergraduate-level courses. One or two courses in electrical engineering definitely contain embedded systems. A Brief History of Embedded Systems Some scientists claim that the first embedded system was used in Apollo missions i.e. Apollo 7 which landed on the moon in 1969. Since then engineers began using it in some other devices as well. After a couple of years Intel launched a microprocessor which was powerful enough to control any embedded system. It was during the 80’s that embedded systems saw a dramatic evolution. There were great improvements in terms of memory capacity operating systems performance software development tools such as compilers and so on. Today embedded systems are used in the aeronautics industry sophisticated electronic appliances military applications robotics and various means to enhance people’s standard of living in every possible way. Benefits of Embedded Systems As mentioned before embedded systems can be used in a variety of applications. Multimedia products such as smart phones printers video-game consoles home entertainment systems washing machines refrigerators microwave ovens refrigerators blue ray players televisions air conditioners and digital cameras use some type of embedded systems. These appliances

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are used to upgrade human lifestyle. In fact today we cannot imagine a life without them. Embedded systems have become an integral part of our lives. Apart from usage in day-to-day appliances embedded systems are used in automobiles to produce high-end electric motors. As a result this technology gave birth to automotive safety systems such as electronic fuel injection systems anti-lock braking systems and the most popular Global Positioning Systems GPS. On the other hand there are applications in medical science as well. Pieces of equipment like MRI scanners heartbeat and blood pressure monitors ECG etc. utilise embedded systems. Today most of the applications run with artificial intelligence AI technology and it would not be possible without embedded systems. Emerging engineers in this technology have undoubtedly a bright future. However perseverance and hunger for knowledge can establish you as an ardent embedded systems engineer. Want to get well trained in embedded systems and to get placed in top MNC’s then just click on http://www.aectltraining.co.in/

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