HANDS ON TRAINING "ARM PROCESSOR AND ITS APPLICATIONS" - WORKSHOP TO BE CONDUCTED BY KONGU ENGINEERING COLLEGE

Event NameHands on Training "ARM Processor and its Applications"
Event typeWorkshop
Event Date23 September 2016
To be conducted byKongu Engineering College

Hands on Training "ARM Processor and its Applications"
Hands on Training "ARM Processor and its Applications"
Registration Start Date01 August 2016
Registration End Date16 September 2016
Intimation Date17 September 2016
Event Organizing DepartmentEIE
Deparments that can be participatedEIE, EEE,ECE
Department InformationInstrumentation Engineering is offering a full time four year B.E degree course in EIE and M.E course in Control and Instrumentation Engineering. This field of engineering imparts technical knowledge in the areas of Electronics Engineering, Biomedical Instrumentation, Control Systems, Signal and Image Processing, Embedded Systems, VLSI, Neural Networks and Fuzzy Logic. Department has sound infrastructural facilities including separate laboratories like Biomedical Instrumentation, Virtual Instrumentation, DSP,
PLC and DCS. Competent faculty and established library are the highlights of the Department.
Events and Presentation TopicsIntroduction to Embedded system design &
Applications
ï‚· Introduction to ARM processor
ï‚· ARM Hardware Architecture
ï‚· ARM instruction set, Register, Interrupts
ï‚· Memories, Peripherals
ï‚· ARM processor programming
ï‚· IO Device Interfacing techniques
ï‚· Hands-on session on ARM Development Board
ï‚· Software development flow and working with
project
Website Address
Facebook Address
Email Address
ContactBaluprithviraj- 9363067473
M.Thangatamilan-8695263614
Event AddressDepartment of EIE,
Kongu Engineering College,
Perundurai,
Erode-638052
Additional InformationThe ARM architecture (Advanced RISC Machine) is a 32-
bit RISC processor architecture developed by ARM Limited
that is widely used in embedded designs. Because of their
power saving features, ARM CPUs are dominant in the
mobile electronics market, where low power consumption is
a critical design goal. Today, the ARM family accounts for
approximately 75% of all embedded 32-bit RISC CPUs,
making it one of the most widely used 32-bit architectures.
ARM CPUs are found in most corners of consumer
electronics, from portable devices (PDAs, mobile phones,
media players, handheld gaming units, and calculators) to
computer peripherals. ARM processor is optimized for cost
and power sensitive MCU and mixed-signal devices for
applications such as Internet of Things, connectivity, smart
metering, human interface devices, automotive and
industrial control systems, domestic household appliances,
consumer products and medical instrumentation.
This workshop will cover the aspects of embedded system
design, applications, and current scenario in the industry and
it will provide the participants with hands-on tool usage
experience.
Submitted By : K.N.Baluprithviraj, Assistant Professor,Department of EIE, Kongu Engineering College, Perundurai
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