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Embedded Systems Software Engineering

A Projects based, Comprehensive, Career Oriented Training Program:


"Embedded Systems Software Engineering" is an all-inclusive, Comprehensive, Hands-on, project based, career oriented, training program for BE, B Tech, ME, M Tech from the streams of Electronics, Computer Science, Information Technologies, Instrumentation or Master of Computer Applications.
This trainig aims at building your career with respect to innovative technologies related to Device Design including Embedded Software, Linux, ARM Processors, Device Drivers, System Software, System Engineering and Programming.
This Training program considers an indepth approach in the respective modules and also implements a project in almost each module.

Salient Features of The ESSE Training Program:

Training Objective:

  • This course is designed to ensure that students of Engineering College with academic capabilities will have the skill set needed to deal with the challenges involved in real-world Embedded Technologies to meet the needs of industries both today and in the future.
  • This career oriented training program would ensure that the trainee should be capable of developing software for embedded devices and would understand complete device design.
  • considers device design techniques and encorporating intelligence into devices which can help to ensure that single processor embedded systems are reliable.
  • This course is taught mainly using Linux operating system(fedora, ubuntu, debian), software programming using C, C++ and Python, ARM embedded processor (cortex-A8) and a PC emulated as an embedded device.

Pre Requisite:

  • An Engineering Degree (completed or persuing(third/final year)) in the stream of: Electronics, Computer Science, Information Technology, Instrumentation or Master of Application (MCA).
  • A prior knowledge of a basic computer operations, good general aptitude.


  • Training Methodology:
    • Hands on approach to training, behaviorial model of training would be practiced.
    • There are 24 modules in this training
    • During the training, the Trainee whould implement 12 different projects related to various modules.
    • Comitment to Individual growth and constant evaluation.
  • The Duration of Training should be:
    • 365 working days
    • There would be (approx) 375 Classroom Sessions of 1 Hours each.
    • Text Notes, Tests and Videos available for each session.
    • Deliverables:
      • The Trainee should be able to:- click here to know ...
        • use the concept absorbed in the real world situation.
        • implement knowledge absorbed in their training and commercial / live projects.
        • The probablity for a head-start to the tainees career should be better.
        • Avail placement assistance. (till the trainee is placed).
      • EmbLogicTM would issue The Certificate of Completion for the training as mentioned above.

There are 24 modules in the training, as listed below:-

Sl No




Linux System Administration.   click here for more...



Data Structures with C using Linux, vim, gcc, gdb, SCCT.   click here for more...



Shell Scripting using Bash.   click here for more...



Linux Network Administration.   click here for more...



C++ with Eclipse on Linux.   click here for more...



Linux System Programming using Processes, IPC, Sync & threads.   click here for more...



Linux System Programming using Data Management.   click here for more...



Linux System Programming using MySQL.  click here for more... 10


Linux Network Programming using Sockets & NW Protocols.   click here for more...



Character Device Driver Development.   click here for more...



Parallel Port Device Driver Development.   click here for more...



Serial Port Device Driver Development.   click here for more...



Block Device Driver Development.   click here for more...



Linux Kernel Architecture and Internals.   click here for more...



Embedded Linux ARM, Configuring and Porting using Storage.   click here for more...



An Embedded Linux on ARM, Configuring GUI and Interfaces.   click here for more...



SPI Device Driver Development.   click here for more...



I2C Device Driver Development.   click here for more...


PCI Device Driver Development.   click here for more...


Embedded Linux with ARM using TFTP.   click here for more...


CAN Bus Protocol Development and Implementation.   click here for more...


USB Device Driver Development.   click here for more...


Ethernet Device Driver Development.   click here for more...


Block Device Driver Development for SD/MMC.   click here for more...






After the training is over, the trainee should be able to: click here to know ...

Embedded Systems Software Engineering deals with the software that is embedded into hardware through programmable memory. This kind of software works very close to the hardware and makes direct impact on the underlying hardware. Computer software, written to control machines or devices that are not typically thought of as computers. It is typically specialized for the particular hardware that it runs on and has time and memory constraints. This term is sometimes used interchangeably with firmware, although firmware can also be applied to ROM-based code on a computer, on top of which the OS runs, whereas embedded software is typically the only software on the device in question.

A precise and stable characteristic feature is that no or not all functions of embedded software are initiated/controlled via a human interface, but through machine-interfaces instead.

Embedded software are used in the electronics in cars, telephones, modems, robots, appliances, toys, security systems, pacemakers, televisions,  set-top boxes and digital watches etc. This software can be very simple, such as lighting controls running on an 8-bit microprocessor and a few kilobytes of memory, or can become very sophisticated in applications such as airplanes, missiles, and process control systems.

Embedded software is a type of software that is built into hardware systems. This software is typically designed to perform one specific function, although a single piece of hardware may contain multiple pieces of software embedded in it. Any piece of technology that has circuit boards and computer chips will likely have embedded software within it, from digital clocks to cell phones to calculators. These systems allow many of the advanced functions that are common in modern devices.


A career in embedded systems software is one of the promising career options available for engineers today. For fresh engines who are done with courses in embedded systems software engineering and are worthy enough of being hired, the future cannot be more exciting or promising. As embedded systems software engineer, they will get to work on technology that touches the life of the common man. They will be required to write software that determines the controls of electronic and smart equiipments/devices etc. Embedded systems software engineers engineers will also get to work on high-end systems ranging from robots to factory assembly lines and industrial automation. Embedded systems engineers are most likely to get placed in companies dealing with the engineering requirements and products development. Companies that specialize in building embedded systems for controlling railway signals, mills, petrochemical plants, pharmaceutical factories, bottling plants, defence, aerospace etc. will be more than willing to hire embedded systems software engineers. Embedded systems are also used in monitors, scanners, machines used for chemotherapy, diagnostic equipment  pacemakers, ventilators, etc. So, this makes for just another career option for experts in embedded systems engineering.

Embedded Systems developement in India is expected to triple in next 3 years. The markets reached approximately $15 billion by 2009 and now hah grown exponentially.

Current Trends
According to recently released NASSCOM report, the total addressable embedded system R&D global opportunity is expected to reach approx. $89  billion by 2015 where India alone could contribute approx. $15 billion in size. This means that Indian technology firms and engineering designers will have to drive actual product innovation and move towards product ownership.
Presently many Indian companies provide high level software designs and board level designs in a few cases. Not much work is carried out in terms of application design engineering, hardware design and innovation towards customized product development. This lack of domain expertise in industry is basic impediment for future growth.
Leveraging and growing in these areas can help Indian industry to have significant improvement in embedded systems space and a few companies already have started working towards this goal.

Course / Training Details and Projects in ESSE: click here...

Modules and Project in Embedded Systems Software Engineering - read more...

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