Embedded C Programming and Embedded System


Date: Subject to availability of trainer and participants (2 days)
Time: 9:30AM – 5:30PM

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An embedded system is made up of a processor and other components such as memory blocks, sensors, analogue-to-digital converter, and digital-to-analogue converter, and it performs a dedicated function.

Embedded Systems are found in many applications, such as robotics, electronic appliances, gaming consoles, DVD/MP3 player, mobile phones, and many more.

A microcontroller is an example of an embedded system.

The embedded system is controlled by the embedded software, where the software is written to control and oversee the overall functions of the embedded system.

Previously, assembly language was used to program the embedded system.

However, the main drawback with assembly language is that it is platform/device dependent.

Therefore, the embedded C Programming, which is a high-level language quickly became a popular choice of language to design the processor for the embedded system.

Today, most embedded software is now written using embedded C.

Embedded C is basically an extension to the existing C language with additional supporting header files.

Embedded C is portable, easier to code and learn, consumes lesser time to produce, less complex and more reliable.



This training will cover in-depth on the concepts and fundamentals of embedded systems and embedded C programming through a series of lectures and lab sessions.

Embedded C syntax such as data types, bit manipulation and qualifiers will be introduced.



Participants will learn the architecture and peripherals of the Arduino microcontroller.

In the lab sessions, participants will learn how to write embedded C code and learn to program the code into an Arduino microcontroller.

Viewing that there will be significant growth in the industry for embedded system due to the continuous growth in Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning, embedded C becomes an important course to be taken to advance in these areas.



Upon completion of this course, participants will have sufficient knowledge on the followings:

  1. Familiarise with Embedded System
  2. Understand the difference between general purpose system and embedded systems
  3. Familiarise with the syntax of Embedded C Programming
  4. Familiarise with Atmel Microcontroller
  5. Write Embedded C code and programming



This course is suitable for undergraduate/postgraduate engineering students, design engineers in electronics/embedded design, and those from academia.


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