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Embedded Software Development

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Embedded application is a software application, basically written to control the devices or machines. DT offers a range of embedded software development services in the domain of embedded product.

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Embedded Software Development

  1. 1. Introduction History Types of Embedded System Characteristics Features Advantages
  2. 2. An embedded system is a computer system with a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electrical system, often with real-time computing constraints. It is embedded as part of a complete device often including hardware and mechanical parts. Embedded systems control many devices in common use today. Definition Hard to Define Computing Systems embedded within electronic devices Nearly any computing system other than a desktop computer
  3. 3. An Embedded system is a specific to a application, whereas a computer system is generic. Though the components are same there is substantial difference in them. A personal computer is not designed to perform a specific function, rhather it is able to do many things. The essential difference is that a computer when manufactured is in blank state, the manufacturer does not know what the customer will do with it, while an Embedded system is application specific. An Embedded system is a component within some large systems If required each of the embedded systems are connected by a sort of a communication network. Numerous embedded systems make up the computer system.
  4. 4. It is designed to do some particular task. Embedded systems are not always standalone devices. The program instructions written for embedded systems are referred to as firmware and are stored in ROM or flash memory chips.
  5. 5. Timeliness - Even infinitely fast computer embedded software needs to deal with time because the physical processes with which it interacts evolves over time. Concurrency - Engage with the physical world where multiple things happen at once. Liveliness - Program must not terminate or block waiting for events that will never occur. Heterogeneity - Different computational styles and implementation technologies interact with events occurring. Reactivity - React continuously to the environment at the speed of the environment. Reliability and security - The system must be reliable and secure against errors. Interaction with physical devices - The communication of embedded systems is performed through unusual i/o devices that sometimes require signal conditioning. Robustness - The conditions of the embedded systems operation may be adverse, so they must be as robust as possible.
  6. 6. Low cost Small size High reliability Fast operations Easy to manufacture Fewer interconnections Portable, such as digital watches, mp3 player, etc Real time response No user interface Not much data storage
  7. 7. C has been the language of the embedded programmers. It is fairly simple to learn, compilers are available for almost every processor in use today. C which is considered as a middle level language having both the constructs of the low- level as well as high-level, has all the rich features in it that makes it the choice of the embedded programmers. C is not the only language used by embedded programmers there are other languages like Assembly language C++ Ada These languages though exists did not gain popularity as C.
  8. 8. Hardware products for National Instruments embedded systems share a common architecture that includes three components: an embedded controller for communication and processing; an FPGA for advanced control, timing, signal processing, filtering, and custom protocols; and industrial I/O modules for connectivity to any sensor or device. All of the components are reconfigurable through a single software toolchain.
  9. 9. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Embedded_system http://www.deligence.com/services/embedded-software-development http://www.slideshare.net/kondalarao7/embedded-systems-9301887
  10. 10. Deligence Technologies - your growing technology partner! www.deligence.com/contact-us Email : info@deligence.com Phone : +91 9910130340

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