Second Cycle Degree Programme in Embedded Computing Systems
Prof.: Cosimo antonio Prete
To be defined.
The student will have the ability to design and realize applications in the industrial domain from the informatics point of view, by considering algorithms, interface with sensors and actuators, hardware infrastructures, programming interfaces, software architectures and RTOS; he/she will be able to demonstrate a solid knowledge of the architecture of industrial applications and of the hw (computers and interfaces with sensors and actuators) and sw components utilized in such domain; will be aware of issues related to security, cost, power consumption and standards.
The course aims to explain the architecture, the technologies and the design methodologies that characterize industrial applications from the informatics point of view. Students will be able to design and realize industrial applications, by considering algorithms, interface with sensors and actuators, hardware infrastructures, programming interfaces, software architectures and RTOS. A significant part of the course is devoted to the development of an industrial application, starting from the ideation up to the implementation on real hardware of sample prototypes.
For this course the prerequisite/s is/are
face to face
M. J. Point, Patterns for Time Triggered Embedded systems, ACM Press, 2008.
J. Stenerson, Fundamentals of Industrial Controller, Sensors, and communications, Prentice Hall; 3 edition, 2008.
Scientific and technical papers and class materials provided by the teacher.
- The student will be assessed on his/her demonstrated ability to discuss the main course contents using the appropriate terminology. - The student must demonstrate the ability to put into practice and to execute, with critical awareness, the activities illustrated or carried out under the guidance of the teacher during the course.
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