Project Internship Program in Embedded Systems

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With so many students approaching Project Centers to get their final year projects done, by just paying money, we were disappointed.. What’s the point of being a college graduate if one can’t even come out with a project at the end of a 3/4/5-year college education..? Our inference was straight: Most of the students flunked, when it came to handling stuff practically and colleges cared less about it.

That’s when we thought and came out with this Program: A 30 hour long Exciting training course in Embedded Systems using Arduino. This course has been tailor-made to give you complete hands-on exposure to embedded systems and building prototypes. The course focuses on extensive project based learning methodology with a special focus on interfacing different types of hardware – sensors, actuators, displays & other devices (GSM, ZIGBEE, IR Remotes, etc.)

Day wise schedule given below..

Check out Sample Project Videos of what you will learn to do….
http://youtu.be/qVLxeZWAE7s

Duration: 10 Days / 30 Hrs [ 3hrs x 10 Sessions]

Fees: 6790/- per person[Inclusive of Basic Kit+ Training Fee + Taxes] 
Fees: 10,822/- per person[Inclusive of Extended Kit + Training Fee + Taxes]

Revised Fees from April 2013: 7,130/- per person[Inclusive of Basic Kit+ Training Fee + Taxes] 
Revised Fees from April 2013: 11,162/- per person[Inclusive of Extended Kit + Training Fee + Taxes] 
– 10% Discount on the total fees when you register as a group of 10 or more.
– 10% Discount on the training fee if you’ve attended any of our (non-free)workshops.

Venue: Simple Labs Office, Ekkatuthangal, Chennai

Certificate: Yes – All Participants get a Certificate..

Prerequisites:
– Participants are required to bring in a laptop.. You’ll be experimenting a lot..
– Participants are required to have a very basic knowledge in C programming. (If you know how to use ‘for’, ‘if’, ‘while’ statements, it’s more than enough)
– and you don’t have to be a student to attend.. We’ll love to train anyone who’s interested..

Proposed Schedule

Start Date End Date Timings
18th May 2013 16th June 2013 Weekends 17.30 – 20.30
20th May 2013 31st May 2013 Weekdays 10.00 – 13.00
27th May 2013 7th June 2013 Weekdays 17.00 – 20.00
3rd June 2013 14th June 2013 Weekdays 10.00 – 13.00
10th June 2013 21st June 2013 Weekdays 17.00 – 20.00
17th June 2013 28th June 2013 Weekdays 10.00 – 13.00

 

– Simple Labs reserves the right to reschedule/cancel any of the above events without any prior notification.
– Registrations are strictly on a first-come, first-serve basis and a maximum of 20 per batch.

Basic Kit Contents

– InduinoX Board x 1 [Atmega328 Microcontroller + DS1307 RTC + TSOP IR Receiver + IR LED + LDR + RGB LED + 3 LEDS + 3 Switches]
– LCD Shield x 1
– 16×2 LCD x 1
– Stripper x 1
– Aligner x 1
– Breadboard x 1
– Breadboard Components x 1 [TSOP, Voltage Regulator – 7805, Capacitors, Resistors, LEDs, Buttons & L293D]
– USB Cable x 1
– Hook-up Wire Set x 1
– IR Remote x 1
– IR Proximity Sensors x 1
– Temperature Sensor(LM35) x 1
– DTMF Decoder Board x 1
– Relay Control Board x 1

Extended Kit Contents
– Basic Kit x 1 [ Same as Above]
– Simple Labs Wireless Xbee / BTBee Shield x 1
– BTBee Pro Module x 1
– EM-18 RFID Reader TTL x 1
– Sim 300 GSM Modem x 1

Course Contents – Day by Day Overview

Day 1 – Introduction
– Introduction to Embedded Systems – 30 Mins
– Introduction to Arduino – 15 Mins
– Kit Contents Overview – 15 Mins
– Arduino IDE & Driver Installation – 30 Mins
– InduinoX Board Overview – 15 Mins
– Program Structure Overview – 15 Mins
– Working with Digital Outputs – 30 Mins
– Building a Simple Binary Counter – 30 Mins

Day 2 – Digital I/O’s
– Introduction to Digital Inputs – 15 Mins
– Working with switches – 60 Mins
– Building a Simple Switch Controlled Binary Counter – 15 Mins
– Working with Serial Communication – 60 Mins
– Controlling the Binary Counter through a Serial Interface – 30 Mins

Day 3 – Analog I/O’s
– Working with Analog Inputs – LDR [Light Sensor] – 20 Mins
– Building A Simple LDR based Lighting Level Controller – 30 Mins
– Working with Analog Outputs – RGB LEDs – 20 Mins
– Generating Random Colors – 20 Mins
– Controlling the intensity of an LED with switches – 20 Mins
– Building a Simple Color Mixer with a Simple User Interface – 50 Mins
– Working with Analog Inputs – LM35 [Temperature Sensor] – 20 Mins

Day 4 – Advanced I/O Operations & Displays 
– Advanced I/O Operations – PORT Manipulation – Driving a 7-Segment LED – 60 Mins
– Displaying Temperature using two 7-Segment LEDs – 40 Mins
– Working with Liquid Crystal Displays –60 Mins
– Adding an LCD Interface to Random Color Generator – 30 Mins

Day 5 – I2C Communication & Timers
– Working with I2C Communication – RTC – DS1307 – 60 Mins
– Build a Simple LCD Clock – 60 Mins
– Build a Simple Timer Controlled Lighting System – 30 Mins
– Working with ‘millis()’ and ‘micros()’ – 30 Mins

Day 6 – IR Communication
– Introduction to Communication Protocols – IR Remotes / SIRC – 15 Mins
– Decoding the SIRC protocol – 40 Mins
– Controlling LEDs with a TV remote – 15 Mins
– Encoding the SIRC protocol – 60 mins
– Building a IR Based Communication System – 60 Mins

Day 7 – Interrupts & Motor Control
– Working with Interrupts – 30 Mins
– Working with Motor Drivers – H-bridges – 60 Mins
– Building a Remote Control Based Motor Speed Controller – 90 Mins

Day 8 – DTMF
– Working with DTMF – 60 Mins
– Working with Relays – 30 Mins
– Building a Secure Device Control System using DTMF – 90 Mins

Day 9 – Advanced Serial Communication Devices
– Interfacing GSM – Making a Call, Sending an SMS – 60 Mins
– Interfacing RFID – Reading Tags and comparing – 60 Mins
– Zigbee – Bidirectional Wireless Communication – 60 Mins

Day 10 – Raw Breadboard Construction 
– Breadboard Construction Overview – 15 Mins
– Basic Power Regulation Circuitry – 45 Mins
– Breadboard Construction of Micro-controller Circuitry – 30 Mins
– Hardware Implementation of a Simple Project on Breadboard – 30 Mins
– Queries and Certificate Distribution – 45 Mins

 
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    June 7, 2014

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