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Embedded Computing for IoT Systems

Self Paced

Last Update:

February 13, 2023

Computer processor with signals - Embedded computing for IoT system

About Course

The first course in a 3 course series at IoT node level. The course covers the basic functionality of any embedded system. Since ARM has become a defacto standard used across almost all embedded systems, we’ve used ARM Cortex architecture to explain basic computing concepts important for Embedded systems.

The course will provide you with an introduction to embedded systems, explain the ARM Cortex M4 Processor core architecture in details, build an understanding of Embedded programming basics in Assembly and finally cover Exceptions, Interrupts and low power design techniques.

What Will You Learn?

  • The course will help you:
  • To design and develop IoT node level based devices
  • To work with ARM based microcontrollers
  • To employ low power design techniques to build energy efficient IoT nodes
  • Hands-on lab experience by executing the exercises on the hardware
  • To Get introduced to Embedded Systems and their various components, benefits and attributes
  • To Understand ARM architectures, processors and it’s programmers’ model
  • To Understand Memory map, bit-band operations, Endianness and Reset sequence of ARM Cortex-M4 processor
  • To Learn how the common C programming language features are converted into machine instructions
  • To use interrupts to design systems efficiently
  • To design low power systems by incorporating low power design techniques

Course Content

Introduction to Embedded Systems

ARM Cortex-M4 Processor Architecture – Part I

ARM Cortex-M4 Processor Architecture – Part II

Implementation of C Code in Assembly Language


Low Power Requirements


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Material Includes

  • E-learning Modules
  • E-Labs
  • Quizzes and assessments after every module
  • Final Assessment


  • Basic understanding of C Language
  • Basic knowledge in electronics is helpful but not mandatory
  • No prior knowledge about the Internet of Things is required


  • New employees going through on-board training in Embedded Systems
  • Second and third year engineering students studying electronics/ computer science engineering or related fields
  • Software engineers/ working professionals who are keen to work on microcontrollers for IoT node level development
  • Hobbists who would want to build IoT node level applications