In Computer Science or Electronics
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A few years ago embedded technology existed in standalone devices such as vending machines and copiers that did their jobs with little regards for what went on around them. But as technology advance to connect devices to the internet and to each other, the potential of embedded technology has increased which paved the way for Internet of Things.
An embedded system generally 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.
With IoT, there’s enormous potential for engineers to design better, smarter products. Robust insights into real product performance and new product capabilities made possible by IoT are revolutionizing how things are designed, made, and used.The total installed base of Internet of Things (IoT) connected devices is projected to amount to 75.44 billion worldwide by 2025, a fivefold increase in ten years. The IoT, enabled by the already ubiquitous Internet technology, is the next major step in delivering Internet’s promise of making the world a connected place.