LABORATORY OF EMBEDDED SYSTEMS DESIGN FOR INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS
Learning outcomes of the course unit
In this laboratory course, what is learnt in the first part is moved into practice. Students will experience real-world development tools and methodologies, working in teams as it happens usually in companies.
The project will focus in the development of an embedded system, related to the industrial electronics environment, that can solve a practical problem. Best practices and standards will be extensively used.
Course contents summary
Development of an industrial electronics embedded system, fulfilling the typical requirements of these applications. Use of design methodologies suggested by standards.
• V-model in practice
• System requirements definition
• System partitioning and architectural design
• Embedded code development fulfilling coding standards
Lecture notes, standards and documentation of the software used.
Assessment methods and criteria
Report on the laboratory activity (if Unit 2 is included in the student's plan) and oral examination.
At the end of the laboratory activities each team of students must deliver a written report. After receiving an evaluation of their report, the students can individually take the oral examination.
The result of the oral examination accounts for 2/3 of the final mark, while the laboratory activity accounts for 1/3.