Embedded computing

Embedded computing refers to the integration of specialized computer systems, known as microcontrollers or microprocessors, into a wide array of devices to enhance their capabilities. These embedded systems are designed to perform specific functions reliably and efficiently. These small, specialized computer systems are integrated into everyday devices, from smartphones and home appliances to industrial automation and autonomous vehicles.

Key characteristics of embedded computing include Real-Time Processing and Resource Constraints. Processing data in real-time, makes Embedded Computing well-suited for applications where immediate response is essential, as in robotics and automotive safety systems. Embedded systems often operate under resource limitations, including processing power, memory, and energy. To ensure efficient operation these resources must be optimized. Embedded computing serves diverse applications across industries, from consumer electronics to industrial automation and medical devices.

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