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  • 1. Instructed on: 2-Dec-2011 | Session: #03 By: Mohanad Yehia Topic Code: TCW-02-2012 All Copy Rights Saved to the 7th Students’ Conference on Communication and Information Based in the Faculty of Computers and Information Cairo University – Egypt 2011/2012 www.scci-cu.com
  • 2.  Introduction to embedded systems. Advantages of embedded systems. Disadvantages of embedded systems. Applications of embedded systems.
  • 3.  What’s embedded systems. Characteristics of embedded systems. User interface with embedded systems.
  • 4. Any hardware system used to do aspecific task can be called an embeddedsystem.
  • 5. 1. Embedded systems are designed to do some specific task.2. Embedded systems are not always standalone devices.3. Most of the program instructions written for embedded systems are referred to as firmware.
  • 6. Embedded systems range from no user interfaceat all to complex graphical user interfaces thatresemble modern computer desktop operatingsystems.
  • 7.  Low cost. Small size. High reliability. Fast operations. Easy to manufacture. Fewer interconnections.
  • 8.  Hard to maintain. Doesn’t evolve with technology improvement. Hard to carry files from one machine to another. Hard to backup embedded files.
  • 9. QUESTIONS!!
  • 10. THANK YOU