The advances in technology have allowed automotive electronics and telecommunications to be better. Automotive embedded systems use a microcontroller, which is usually for a specific purpose and usually real-time. In automobiles, these embedded systems are used for infotainment and telematics, ADAS, airbags, head-up displays, electric power steering and even hybrid cars.
Today, carmakers and their suppliers are undergoing a time of hardship because electronics have become more important. The electronic systems in cars have a lot of uncertainty, meaning they can’t predict what the computer will do next.
Automotive embedded systems are used in modern vehicles to make them more fuel efficient, safe, and comfortable. These systems can also restrict the amount of air pollution that cars produce. Automotive electronics training programs are becoming more and more popular. Hence the need for a practical training program in automotive electronics with emphasis on Embedded System of Vehicle.
The automotive industry is the number six rated economy in the world, producing nearly seventy million cars every year and making a large contribution to governmental revenue all throughout the world. The main objective of this course is to provide an understanding of the applied technology essential for designing and developing an embedded system with suitable hardware and software tools. This course will teach all sorts of topics that engineers deal with, such as electronics, controls, safety systems and infotainment. Members will be given all-round knowledge about the Automotive Industry and will be prepared for it.
Who This Course is for
- Electronic Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechatronics Engineering
- Instrumentation Engineering
- Electronics background
- Embedded Engineer
- Software Engineer – Automotive Embedded System
- Automotive Embedded Engineer
- Automotive Embedded software developer
- Embedded software engineer
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
- C Programming
- ARM LPC2148 Microcontroller
- GPIO Programming with LPC2148 Microcontroller
- External hardware interfacing with LPC2148
- Serial communication protocol with LPC2148
- Universal Asynchronous Receiver and Transmitter (UART)
- Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
- Inter-Integrated Circuit (I2C)
- Interfacing wireless protocols with LPC2148 – GSM, GPS, RFID, Zigbee, Bluetooth
- Introduction to Automotive Embedded System
- Controller Area Network (CAN)
- Local Interconnect Network (LIN)
- Introduction to Diagnostic
- Unified Diagnostic Service (UDS) protocol
- Introduction to CANoe
- CAPL Scripting (Communication Access Programming Language)
- Accessing and controlling vehicle network data