Development of Embedded and Real-Time Systems
Embedded and real-time software is often closely interacting with hardware. Typically, this software is written in a language like C on either a real-time operating system or a stripped Unix/Linux version. The course contains an introduction to embedded and real-time systems, programming for an embedded environment and tools used to develop embedded systems, use of IDEs as well as command line programs (compilers, linkers etc.).
The course also contains an introduction to the principal of program execution and the interrupt manage process, general operating systems and real-time operating systems, concepts, mainly, used in the real-time and embedded systems.