The embedded systems Laboratory was established in the year 2007. It has 35 systems with 25 users Keil PK-51-ED-floating license and ARM node-locked license. The hardware includes 8051, PIC and ARM microcontrollers. Embedded systems lab helps the students to enhance their knowledge on architecture, programming, and interfacing of various processors and microcontrollers. The features and facilities available in this lab help the students to do their projects and enhance their knowledge of the latest trends and technologies. The objective of the lab is
- To do research and develop the embedded systems platform for future applications.
- To promote innovative projects and patent them for commercialization.
- To support knowledge transfer in embedded system design to local manufacturers, as well as to education institutes.
- To gain experience in programming languages that are used in current industrial practice