An embedded system is a computer embedded within another device. The embedded computer is composed of hardware and software sub-systems designed to perform one or a few dedicated functions. Embedded systems are often designed under stringent power, performance, size, and time constraints. They typically must react quickly to changing inputs and generate new outputs in response.Aside from PCs, laptops, and servers, most systems that operate on electricity and do something intelligent have embedded systems.Simple embedded system examples include the computer in a clothes washing machine, a motion-sensing lamp, or a microwave oven. More complex examples include the computer in an automobile cruise control or navigation system, a mobile phone, a cardiac pacemaker, or a factory robot..
All Engineering, Science Graduates students are eligible for this training, basicCriteria is knowledge of Internet. Basic knowledge of any programming language wouldbe a plus point.