In Computer Science or Electronics
Marks in Class 10th or equivalent – not less than 60%
Marks in Class 12th or equivalent – not less than 60%
Marks or CGPA in Class 10th or equivalent – not less than 60% or 6.5 CGPA on scale of 10
Embedded systems technology is an advancing technology whose presence is inevitable even in our daily life. Embedded systems are commonly found in automotive, commercial, consumer, industrial, medical and military, telecommunication and transport applications..
A typical embedded system requires a wide range of programming tools, microprocessors/ microcontrollers and operating systems depending upon the need. Unlike any software engineer, the embedded software engineers must have programming skills tailored to the needs, properties and limitations of the hardware that it has to control and run on.The skills in embedded system can translate to almost any sized system in our tech stack. More importantly, computing will not reach its full potential until we have a ubiquitous interaction with it that is seamless to the world around us.
Embedded system software is a cross-disciplinary field, requiring an engineer to have the attributes of both a hardware engineer and a software engineer. The very goal of embedded systems is to distribute the intelligence from a centralized computer to a smaller widget that can live in your home, on a satellite, in a car, or in your pocket. Without embedded systems, our world would look vastly different than it does today. As technologies and revolutions like the Internet of Things, Industry 4.0, and “smart” homes & vehicles continue to gain traction, embedded systems will become more and more important. The global market for the embedded systems industry was valued at $68.9 billion in 2017 and is expected to rise to $105.7 billion by the end of 2025.40% of the industrial share for embedded systems market is shared by the top 10 vendors.