Technology Workshop

In today’s competitive Electronics market scenario India too hold a market value and we feel lot needs to be done to prove our potential in electronics system design and manufacturing (ESDM)

We took initiative to provide our young and budding engineer a platform where they can learn, experiment and express their ability to solve engineering problems by means of various hands-on technology workshops.

Be a part of such activity and be proud to feel the technology is in your hand.

Embedded System Design

All contents will be covered using Microchip PIC Micrcontrollers. The hardware kits may be provided to candidates on sharing basis for workshop only.

1 Introduction to Embedded System
1.1 Brief history
1.2 Embedded System Fundamentals
1.3 Application of Embedded System
1.4 Presence in Global Market & India
1.5 Q & A

2 Introduction of Microcontrollers
2.1 Basics of Microcontroller
2.2 Microprocessor Vs. Microcontroller
2.3 Imp of 8-bit Microcontroller(8051/PIC)
2.4 Discussion on 16/32-bit Microcontroller
2.5 Q & A

3 PIC Microcontroller Architecture
3.1 Features, block diagram,PIN diagram
3.2 Memory Organisation
3.3 Registers & SFRs
3.4 Instruction set,programming etc.
3.5 Q & A

4 Microcontroller’s Programming in Assembly
4.1 Introduction to MPLAB IDE
4.2 Assembly language instruction
4.3 Write first program of Led’s interfacing
4.4 Installation of software
4.5 Hands on session

5 Microcontroller’s Programming in C language
5.1 Programming in C
5.2 Introduction to Embedded C environment
5.3 Introduction to Embedded C compiler
5.4 Write first C program
5.5 Hands on session

6 Interfacing of real time device
6.1 Timer/Counter operation in C
6.2 Switches
6.3 Seven Segment display
6.4 LCD(Liquid crystal display)
6.5 UART (Serial communication)

7 Interfacing of sensors with PIC
7.1 Types of digital sensors
7.2 Types of analog sensors
7.3 Interfacing of sensors
7.4 Understanding of Analog to digital
7.5 converter

8 Case study of Embedded System Design
8.1 Challenges of project design
8.2 Key points of designing(H/W & S/W)
8.3 Discussion on products of Automobile,
8.4 Robotics,Telecom etc.
8.5 Q & A

9 Working on Live Embedded projects
9.1 Desigining of real time projects
9.2 based on mobile communication,security
9.3 application,robotics etc.
9.4 Small test based on coverage
9.5 Q & A

10 Concluding session
10.1 Brief of Emtech & services
10.2 Certificate distribution
10.3 Vote of Thanks
10.4 Submission of Feedback

12 Hours( 2 days)

Rs. 1000/- per student

Minimum 60

Electronics Circuits & Arduino Programming

All above said topics will covered using simulation software (Proteus/Arduino IDE)

1 Introduction to Electronics Systems
1.1 Brief of Electronic concepts
1.2 Introduction of Electronic Components
1.3 Types of Electronic Components
1.4 Packaging of Electronic Components
1.5 Q & A

2 Introduction of Circuit Simulation
2.1 Concept of Circuit Simulation
2.2 Introduction to Proteus Software
2.3 Demonstartion of Electronics circuit simulation
2.4 Hands-on practice on Proteus
2.5 Q & A

3 Working with Transistors
3.1 Introduction of Transistors
3.2 Transiistors as Switch
3.3 Transistros as Amplifier
3.4 Hands-on Practice with Transistors simulation
3.5 Q & A

4 Introduction to Embedded System
4.1 Brief history
4.2 Embedded System Fundamentals
4.3 Application of Embedded System
4.4 Presence in Global Market & India
4.5 Q & A

5 Introduction of Microcontrollers
5.1 Basics of Microcontroller
5.2 Microprocessor Vs. Microcontroller
5.3 Imp of 8-bit Microcontroller(8051/PIC)
5.4 Discussion on 16/32-bit Microcontroller
Q & A

6 Microcontroller’s Programming with Arduino
6.1 Introduction to Arduino
6.2 Working with Arduino boards
6.3 Introduction to ATMega microcontroller
6.4 Introduction to Arduino IDE
6.5 Q & A

7 Working with Arduino board
7.1 Architecture of Arduino boards
7.2 Details of Daughter boards
7.3 GPIO Programming
7.4 Hands-on practice on Arduino
7.5 Q & A

8 Concluding session
8.1 Brief of Emtech & services
8.2 Certificate distribution
8.3 Vote of Thanks
8.4 Submission of Feedback
8.5 Q & A

16 Hours (2 Days)

Rs. 1200/-

Minimum 30

Embedded System Project Design

All contents will be covered using Microchip PIC Micrcontrollers. The hardware kits may be provided to candidates on sharing basis for workshop only.

1 Introduction to Embedded System
1.1 Brief history
1.2 Fundamentals
1.3 Application
1.4 Presence in Global Market & India
1.5 Q & A

2 Introduction of Microcontrollers
2.1 Basics of Microcontroller
2.2 Microprocessor Vs. Microcontroller
2.3 Imp of 8-bit Microcontroller(8051/PIC)
2.4 Discussion on 16/32-bit Microcontroller
2.5 Q & A

3 Microcontroller Architecture
3.1 Features, block diagram,PIN diagram
3.2 Memory Organisation
3.3 Registers & SFRs
3.4 Instruction set, addressing modes etc.
3.5 Q & A

4 Microcontroller’s Programming in Assembly
4.1 Introduction to IDE
4.2 Assembly language instruction
4.3 Write first program of Led’s interfacing
4.4 Installation of software
4.5 Hands on session

5 Microcontroller’s Programming in C language
5.1 Programming in C
5.2 Introduction to Embedded C environment
5.3 Introduction to Embedded C compiler
5.4 Write first C program
5.5 Hands on session

6 Case study of Embedded System projects design
6.1 Challenges of project design
6.2 Key points of designing(H/W & S/W)
6.3 Discussion on products of Automobile,
6.4 Robotics,Telecom etc.
6.5 Live Demo with Q & A

7 Introduction to EDA & OrCAD
7.1 Latest trends in market
7.2 Different EDA tools
7.3 Introduction to SPICE
7.4 Q & A

8 Understanding PSpice A/D
8.1 Drawing a Circuit
8.2 Understand the PSpice Environment
8.3 Preparing schematic for simulation
8.4 Demo of Analog Simulation
8.5 Q & A

9 Introduction to PCB Design
9.1 What is PCB, brief history
9.2 Trends in PCB Designing
9.3 Component introdcution & Category
9.4 Understanding the PCB Design Flow
9.5 Q & A

10 Starting PCB Design
10.1 Prepairing the Schematic
10.2 Defining Rules
10.3 BOM/Netlist Generation
10.4 Setting up environment for PCB
10.5 Demo of Design a PCB

11 Concluding session
11.1 Brief of Emtech & services
11.2 How to plan career?
11.3 Certificate & Prize distribution
11.4 Vote of Thanks
11.5 Submission of Feedback

16 Hours (2 Days)

Rs. 1200/- Per Participant

Minimum 60

PCB Design

All topics will be covered using Proteus (ISIS,ARES) software.

1 Introduction to PCB Design
1.1 Whar is PCB, Brief history
1.2 Trends in PCB Design
1.3 Component introduction & Category
1.4 Understanding the PCB Design Flow
1.5 Q&A

2 Concept of PCB Designing
2.1 PCB Layers
2.2 PADSTACK/Footprint/Vias/Tracks
2.3 Multilayer concept
2.4 PCB Materials
2.5 Q & A

3 Schematic Entry
3.1 Understanding the Schematic Entry
3.2 Creating library & components
3.3 Drawing a Schematic
3.4 Flat Design/Hierarchical Designs
3.5 Hands on Session

4 Starting PCB Design
4.1 Prepairing the Schematic
4.2 BOM/Netlist Generation
4.3 Setting up environment for PCB
4.4 Design a Board
4.5 Hands on session

5 PCB Manufacutring
5.1 Manufacturing Process
5.2 Quality Check of PCBs
5.3 Demo of Manual process
5.4 Q & A

6 Concluding session
6.1 Brief of Emtech & services
6.2 Certificate distribution
6.3 Vote of Thanks
6.4 Submission of Feedback

16 Hours (2 Days)

Rs. 1000/- Per Participant

Minimum 60

PSPICE (orCAD)

All topics will be covered using OrCAD/Proteus (ISIS) software.

1 Introduction to EDA
1.1 Brief History
1.2 Latest trends in market
1.3 How it help & why it is required
1.4 Different EDA tools
1.5 Q & A

2 Introduction to PSPICE
2.1 Brief History
2.2 New Versions
2.3 Representing components
2.4 Making a ciruit & doing simulation
2.5 Q & A

3 Understanding PSPICE
3.1 Understand the PSPICE Environment
3.2 Working with schematic design
3.3 Working with library
3.4 Hands on Session
3.5 Q & A

4 Working with Simulation-Basic Electronics
4.1 Working with Power Supply design
4.2 Working with transistor simulation
4.3 Working with Oscilloscope
4.4 Hands on Session
4.5 Q & A

5 Working with Simulation-Digital Electronics
5.1 Working with logical gates
5.2 Working with 555 & applications
5.3 Working with counter
5.4 Hands on Session
5.5 Q & A

6 Working with Simulation-Analog Electronics
6.1 Working with OP-AMP
6.2 OP-AMP operation in open-loop
6.3 OP-AMP operation in closed-loop
6.4 OP-AMP application circuits
6.5 Hands on Session

7 Case study of Live Projects
7.1 Basics of project requirement
7.2 Simulation of ICS Used
7.3 Circuit Desigining & Simulation
7.4 Study of Various Application
7.5 Hands on Session

8 TIPS & TRICKS
8.1 Using Libraries
8.2 Putting Labels
8.3 BOM
8.4 Hands on Session
8.5 Q & A

9 Concluding session
9.1 Conduction of test
9.2 Brief of Emtech & services
9.3 Certificate distribution
9.4 Vote of Thanks
9.5 Submission of Feedback

16 Hours (2 Days)

Rs. 1000/- Per Participant

Minimum 60

Robotics Design

  • All above said topics will covered using special designed Robotic kits.
  • The hardware kits will be provided to candidates on sharing basis for workshop only.

1 Introduction to Robotics
1.1 Introduction to Robotics
1.2 Robotic Industries
1.3 Fields(Medical,Education,Defense etc.)
1.4 Advanced technologies
1.5 Future – Robotics and careers

2 Introduction to Electronics & mechanical parts
2.1 Introduction to electronics
2.2 Basic analog and digital circuits
2.3 Introduction to sensors
2.4 Introduction to motors
2.5 Q & A

3 PIC Microcontroller Architecture
3.1 Features, block diagram,PIN diagram
3.2 Memory Organisation
3.3 Registers & SFRs
3.4 Instruction set,programming etc.
3.5 Q & A

4 Microcontroller’s Programming in C language
4.1 Introduction to MPLAB IDE
4.2 Programming in C
4.3 Write first program of Led’s interfacing
4.4 Installation of software
4.5 Hands on session

5 Hands on Revobot
5.1 Introduction to Revobot
5.2 Programming the Revobot
5.3 Functionalities
5.4 Assembling & Testing Review
5.5 Remarks /Q&A

6 Robotics beyond Revobot
6.1 Robotics Beyond Revobot
6.2 PCB design & Circuitry
6.3 Implementing
6.4 Constraints & Parameters
6.5 Characteristics of good circuits

7 Autonomous robotics design
7.1 Designing of Line following robot
7.2 Designing of wall following robot
7.3 Pit avoidance robot
7.4 Obstacle avoidance robot
7.5 Sumo bot etc.

8 Concluding session
8.1 Brief of Emtech & services
8.2 Certificate distribution
8.3 Vote of Thanks
8.4 Submission of Feedback

12 Hours (2 Days)

Rs. 6000/- Per Team

Minimum 20 Teams

VLSI Design

  • All topics will be covered using ModelSim,Xilinix IDE and Verilog.
  • The hardware kits may be provided to candidates on sharing basis for workshop only.
  • Introduction to VLSI Design
  • IC Design Fundamentals
  • Application of VLSI Design
  • Introduction of Verilog
  • Verlog Vs. VHDL
  • Fundamentals of Digital Logics
  • Verilog Programming
  • Gate Level Modeling
  • Data Flow Modeling
  • Behavioral Modeling
  • Implementation on FPGA

12 Hours (2 Days)

Rs. 1200/- Per Student

Minimum 60 Students

Linux Device Driver

All topics will be covered using Microsoft/Linux.

  • Role of Computer Application
  • Application of Computers
  • Career Opportunities in IT Industry
  • HOT Technology Platforms
  • Microsoft- C#,ASP.net
  • Oracle- Java,Unix/Linux,Mainframes
  • Working with Linux
  • Software Application based on Linux
  • Device Drivers
  • Windows/ Linux Device Driver
  • Device Driver Programming
  • Live Demo of Projects on Device Driver

12 Hours (2 Days)

Rs. 1200/- Per Student

Minimum 60 Students

Circuit Simulation & EDA

All above said topics will covered using Allegro/OrCAD Tool.

1 Introduction to EDA
1.1 Brief History
1.2 Latest trends in market
1.3 How it help & why it required
1.4 Different EDA tools
1.5 Q & A

2 Introduction to SPICE
2.1 Brief History
2.2 New Versions
2.3 Representing components
2.4 Writing a ciruit & Doing simulation
2.5 Q & A

3 Understanding PSpice A/D
3.1 Understand the PSpice Environment
3.2 Using Model Editor
3.3 Using Magnetic Parts Editor
3.4 Using Stimulus Editor
3.5 Hands on Session

4 Preparation for Simulation
4.1 Drawing a Circuit
4.2 Prepairing schematic for simulation
4.3 Understand the sources for simulation
4.4 Understand different markers
4.5 Hands on Session

5 Starting with Analog Simulation
5.1 Bias Point Calculation
5.2 Viewing & understading the Output file
5.3 Time domain Analysis
5.4 Hands on Session

6 Continuing Simulation
6.1 DC Sweep Analysis
6.2 AC Sweep Analysis
6.3 FFT Analysis
6.4 Adding a Trace
6.5 Hands on Sessions
6.6 Monte Carlo Analysis 1.5 Hour
6.7 Worst Case Analysis
6.8 Noise Analysis
6.9 Temprature Sweep
6.10 Hands on Session
6.11 Parametric Sweep 1.5 Hour
6.12 Performance Analysis
6.13 View Measurement Results
6.14 Playing with Markers
6.15 Hands on Sessions

7 Digital & Mixed Signal Simulation
7.1 Prepairing schematic for simulation
7.2 Defining the sources
7.3 Running up different simulation
7.4 Mixed Signal Simulation
7.5 Hands on Session

8 TIPS & TRICKS
8.1 Using ABM Libraries
8.2 Defining & Creating noises
8.3 Importing simulation
8.4 Adding & deleting plots
8.5 Putting Labels
8.6 Auto Converge
8.7 Hands on Session

9 Closing the Training
9.1 Distribution of Test Paper
9.2 Answering the questions
9.3 Discussions on Questions
9.4 Ending the training

14 Hours (2 Days)

Rs. 1000/- Per Student

Minimum 60 Students

Industrial Project Design using PIC Microcontrollers

All above said topics will covered using PIC16F887 Microcontroller and MPLAB IDE.

1 Revision of C language Programming
1.1 Programming in C Data types,variables
1.2 Conditional Statements
1.3 Loop statements of C language programming
1.4 Strings,function and arrays
1.5 Hands on session

2 Introduction of PIC Microcontrollers
2.1 Basics of Microcontroller
2.2 Features, block diagram,PIN diagram
2.3 Introduction to IDE
2.4 Introduction to Embedded C environment
2.5 Hands on session

3 PIC Microcontroller’s Programming in C language
3.1 Write first program of Led’s interfacing
3.2 GPIO Interfacing- Led and Switch
3.3 Interfacing with 7-Segment and LCD
3.4 Working With Timers and Interrupts
3.5 Hands on session

4 Industrial Project Design
4.1 Basics of project requirement
4.2 Simulation of ICS Used
4.3 Circuit Desigining & Simulation
4.4 PCB Design & fabrication
4.5 Hands on session

5 Industrial Project Design
5.1 Micro controller’s program development Experience of working on
5.2 Preparation of Prototype Live Projects
5.3 Assembly & Testing
5.4 Demo of Project
5.5 Hands on session

5 Concluding session
5.6 Brief of Emtech & services
5.7 Distribution of Study Material
5.8 Certificate distribution
5.9 Vote of Thanks
5.1 Submission of Feedback

40 Hours (5 Days)

Minimum 60

Workshop Requirements:

  • A Seminar/computer room to seat up min 120 students/as per the participants
  • At least 1 computer / Laptop for every 2 students
  • A Projector, Large Screen and Microphone-Speaker Arrangement.
  • A White Board for illustrations with marker

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