EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Week 1 Assist Prof Rassim Suliyev
EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Week 1 Assist. Prof. Rassim Suliyev - SDU 2018
What is Io. T and ES? Is a network of physical objects (devices) that are embedded with electronics, sensors, software and network allows objects to be sensed and controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure
History The concept of a network of smart devices was discussed in 1982, at Carnegie Mellon University The term “Internet of Things” was coined by Peter T. Lewis in a 1985 The concept became popular in 1999 through AUTO-ID research labs in MIT
Development By 2004 scientists showed its household applications In 2008 -2009 period analysts form Cisco concluded that the number of devices connected to the global network has exceeded the population of the Earth, thus "internet of people" became the "Internet of things"
Devlopment 2009 - with the support of the European Commission in Brussels, annually Conference on “Internet of Things” is held 2010 - Io. T becomes the driving force for the “Fog computing” paradigm
Applications of Io. T and ES According to some researches there will be nearly 50 billion devices on the Internet of Things by 2020 Media Environmental monitoring Infrastructure management Manufacturing Energy management Medical and healthcare systems Building and home automation Transportation Large scale deployments Etc.
Technology Identification Sensing Unique ID (IP address) Optical ID (bar-code, qr-code, etc) RFID etc Light, gas, noise, moisture sensors and etc. Intellectual counters Complex measuring circuitry Communication Wired (ethernet, SPI, I 2 R) Wireless (wifi, bluetooth, rf)
Microcontroller systems Is a small computer on a single integrated circuit containing a processor core, memory, and programmable input/output peripherals Microcontrollers are designed for embedded applications, in contrast to the microprocessors used in personal computers or other general purpose applications
What is an Embedded System Combines mechanical, electrical, and chemical components along with a computer, hidden inside, to perform a single dedicated purpose There are more computers on this planet than there are people, and most of these computers are single-chip microcontrollers that are the brains of an embedded system Hundreds of tiny computers are embedded into our houses, our cars, our bridges, our toys, and our work Therefore the world needs a trained workforce to develop and manage products based on
Platforms Arduino Raspberry Pi Intel Galileo Adafruit Spark. Fun ARM mbed Particle Etc. .
What will we use? Books Hardware Arduino UNO + USB cable LEDS + resistors(220, 1 K, 10 K) + breadboard + wires Potentiometers (variable resistors), buttons Light dependant resistor, piezo buzzer, tilt sensor, temperature sensor, IR and sonar distance sensors servo-motor, dc-motor, stepper-motor(and driver) LCD display, 8 x 8 led matrix, 7 segment displays, remote IR control ESP 8266 Wi. Fi module Arduino Cookbook, 2 nd edition (Michael Margolis) Arduino Programming Notebook (Brian W. Evans) Introduction to Embedded Systems (David Russell) Software Arduino IDE (software) Proteus ISIS simulation tool
Grading MID 1 - 30% Lab Tasks – 15% Midterm – 15% MID 2 – 30% Lab Tasks – 15% Midterm Project or Quizzes – 10% Home Tasks – 5% FIN – 40% Final Project – 20% Final Exam – 20%
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