Students work out a concrete project plan and identify challenges: first presentation of projects after 6 to 8 weeks. Implementation phase. An FPGA board will be provided for experimentation. Final project presentation at the end of the term: minute team presentation minute presentation by each team member discussing their contributions Practical demonstration of project outcomes The seminar can be taken both as a 7 credit-point seminar or as a 5 credit-point proseminar.
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Hence, when it comes to designing of these embedded IoT systems, they need to be designed for specific functions, possessing qualities of a good product design like low power consumption, secured architecture, reliable processor, etc. However, designing an embedded IoT hardware system is not easy.
Designing a hardware for embedded devices in the IoT ecosystem requires a deep thoughtful planning. The reason being that there are several challenges embedded designers face in designing a hardware system for IoT enabled devices. Listed below are a few challenges of designing embedded IoT hardware system:. With the rising demand for connected devices, embedded systems need to work with heterogeneous devices and adapt to different networking architectures to cope-up with new functionalities and performances in the real-time environment.
Due to this situation of increasing technology adoption and deployment of new applications, embedded system designers face several problems in terms of flexibility while developing embedded IoT systems such as:.
All the IoT hardware products need to perform securely in the real-time embedded environment. Since all the embedded components operate in a highly resource-constrained and in physically insecure situations, engineers often face problems in ensuring the security of these embedded components. These systems have to be designed and implemented to be robust and reliable and have to be secure with cryptographic algorithms and security procedures.
It involves different approaches to secure all the components of embedded systems from prototype to deployment. Another increasingly aggravating limitation is power dissipation of microprocessor hardware design for getting the best performance out of real-time applications and devices. The persistent challenge is how to deploy an embedded system with an increasing number of transistors and with an acceptable power consumption ratio.
There are two causes of high power dissipation in designing low-power embedded systems:. First, because the power dissipation per transistor is increasing with the increase in gate density, the power density of system on chips is set to increase. Second, engineers focus on better performance with low power consumption by increasing the frequency of the system, which burns more power.
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