Learning Fundamentals of Embedded Systems Design using Texas Instruments MCUs

Texas Instruments is one of the leaders in designing analog and embedded processing products. TI technology is at the heart of most of the electronics products and is used today in every type of electronic device available and those yet to be imagined across a broad set of markets, including industrial and automotive, as well as personal electronics, communication solutions and enterprise systems. The knowledge about designing solutions using TI processors opens a whole new list of opportunities for engineering students and budding engineers. We truly understand this and present to you a unique training program to meet your design challenges and make yourself marketable.Powered by our unparalleled experience in various embedded design areas, our training program invokes accelerated learning and development of fundamental skills. The Training Program includes the following certification courses:

Internship Course: 2-4 weeks

The intern course aims to bring the real world engineering skills to the students at their campuses. As a well designed technical courseware it offers excellent knowledge in the field of embedded systems design. The entire theme about the intern course is to understand and experience the different processes involved while designing embedded solutions. The participants are thoroughly trained in various embedded systems concepts so that they become confident enough to launch their own design. The various stages involved are:

  1. Overview of different design tools from Texas Instruments
  2. Understand the architecture of advanced MCUs
  3. Undergo training on industry level hardware & software design tools
  4. Get exposure on power optimization, wireless integration, IoT, high performance MCU
  5. Get a problem statement
  6. Use existing tools to design solutions(Quick prototype)
  7. Industrial visit

We invite participants who are enthusiastic and self motivated enough to learn the skills and apply them in real world.

Pre-requisite: Basic knowledge about microcontrollers, C programming and Digital Electronics

Introductory Course: 3 days

This course is meant for engineering students who have little or vague ideas about embedded systems design, microcontrollers & interfaces. The course focuses on providing great insights about working on industrial level designing tools, embedded processors and software applications. It is also equally valuable for faculties who wish to work on embedded design tools apart from teaching technologies integrated into the curriculum. The course may follow one or combination of the topics mentioned below:

  1. Power Optimized MCU & Wireless Integration
  2. High Performace MCU & Interfaces
  3. IoT Integration Design

This course also supplements your classroom learning and the knowledge acquired can be used for designing mini projects, participating in design contests, Hackathon events and many more. “Hands-on” learning is the key element of the training program. Here the participants get themselves engaged into exciting labs and learn the concepts by getting their hands dirty. The participants also receive training specific courseware and tutorials which will keep them motivated to try new things out!

Design Course: 5 days

For students and faculties who are looking beyond to develop their skills on TI platforms can be benefitted from this program. It involves deep learning on various advanced TI MCUs and technologies including but not limited to wireless design and the Internet of Things. The course features various design challenges and criteria for selecting a specific processor based on application requirements, understanding the architecture of advanced TI MCUs, learn by experience technique, interfacing peripherals such as actuators, sensors and display devices and finally implementing a design at the end based on case studies. The students get benefitted in the way that they can start working on their own for major project whereas the faculties can include the concepts in their curriculum or a separate credit-based course.

Key Learning includes:

  • The architecture advanced TI MCUs
  • Design goals and selecting a specific MCU
  • Integration of software design tools and hardware
  • Communication protocols, analog and digital interfaces, displays
  • Debugging applications
  • Power optimization, wireless connectivity and IoT integration
  • Case study and Design implementation