The purpose of embedded systems is to control a specific function within a device. They are usually designed to only perform this function repeatedly, but more developed embedded systems can control entire operating systems.

Some more complex embedded systems can also perform several different functions, but these are still relatively simple tasks that do not require a large amount of processing power.

You all must have heard about embedded systems.An embedded system is a computer system with a particular defined function within a larger mechanical or electrical system. They control many devices in common use.They consume loe power, are of a small size and their cost is low per-unit.

Embedded systems of the modern era frequently use micro-controllers. A micro-controller is a tiny computer on a single integrated circuit that has programmable input and output peripherals, memory, and a CPU core. Due to the devoted nature of embedded systems, they can be tuned to decrease product size and cost while increasing performance and dependability.

Nearly every electronic device in our environment has an embedded system, including cell phones, digital watches, MP3 players, washing machines, security systems, scanners, printers, ATMs, traffic lights, remote controls, microwave ovens, and many more.

Because new products are released daily that make use of embedded computers in various ways, the applications for embedded systems are practically endless.

A revolution in science has been brought about by embedded systems. It is a component of the Internet of Things (IoT), a technology that enables data flow over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction between things, animals, or people.

Let's simplify things for you. For instance, let's say you are on a train travelling somewhere, already fifty kilometres from home, when you suddenly remember that you forgot to turn off the fan. Not to fear, you can turn it off utilising the Internet of Things technology by simply hitting a button on your smartphone.

This is just one benefit of IoT, though. The Internet of Things (IoT) can also give parents real-time information about their baby's breathing, skin temperature, body position, and activity level on their smartphones and many other applications that can make our lives easier. We can monitor Pollution Levels, control the intensity of street lights according to the season and weather requirements.



 1. Practical C 
2. Introduction to Embedded Systems 
3. 8051 and Raspberry PI architecture and programming 
4. Embedded C programming 
5. Communication Protocols(i2c, SPI ,UART) 
6. Can Communication Protocol 
7. Unified Diagnostic Service (UDS) 
8. AUTOSAR Classic Platform Fundamentals 
9. AUTOSAR COM stack & Configuration Parameters 
10. GIT

 Practical C

 Why C 

Fundamentals of C 

Conditional Statement's

 Loops Functions & Recursions 





 Structures & Unions

 Bit Operations


Dynamic Memory Allocation

 The C Preprocessors 


 8051 architecture and programming

 Introduction and overview of Architecture of 8051 & related concepts 

Embedded C programming 

Programming on 1. Ports - input/output 

2. Timers and Counters’ 

3. LED’s ,LCD , and Switches 

4. Seven Segment Display 

5. Keypad Matrix 

Communication Protocols

 1. UART 

2. i2c 

3. SPI 

MINI PROJECT based on 8051

  CAN Protocol

 Introduction Different types of frames (i.e Data, Remote ,Error ,Overload frames) 

CAN Errors Fault Confinement Baud-rate Calculation 

Unified Diagnostic Service (UDS)

 introduction to Diagnostics Request Formats Negative Response Indicators 

UDS Diagnostic’s Services followed by NRC 

AUTOSAR Classic Platform Fundamentals

 1. AUTOSAR Fundamentals: Overview and Aims 

2. Introduction to AUTOSAR 

3. AUTOSAR BSW (Explanation of the most important BSW (basic software) concepts)

 4. Methodology of AUTOSAR 

 AUTOSAR COM stack & Configuration Parameters with Real time project Explanation.