Arm Education Media – Embedded Linux Online Course

Arm Education Media – Embedded Linux Online Course


(calm music) – [Narrator] Embedded systems are deployed universally across the world. Examples include smartphones, in-vehicle infotainment systems, and countless consumer electronics and industrial applications. Additionally, the number
of connected smart devices has grown considerably in recent years, driven by rapid growth in areas, such as Internet of Things, big data, machine learning, and
artificial intelligence. Arm’s technologies are at
the heart of these devices, offering a good balance
between performance and power consumption. Moreover, the Linux operating system is widely used in these
embedded systems applications. Thanks to its open source nature, Linux-based embedded
systems allow developers to tailor solutions to
their own requirements and collaborate collectively to build robust and reliable systems. It’s no surprise then that the demand for qualified embedded system engineers with the requisite experience
in Linux is on the rise. On the one hand, universities are being
challenged to meet this demand by producing graduates with
the required skill sets. On the other, professionals already
engaged in the industry need to continually hone
their abilities in order to remain relevant and
competitive in today’s workplace. With this in mind, Arm Education Media are delighted to announce the launch of our
Embedded Linux Online Course. Aimed at students, as well as individuals
looking to build upon their existing professional
qualifications, this modular, self-paced course teaches the fundamentals of developing with embedded Linux. Topics covered include the
anatomy of a Linux-based system, Linux kernel modules, build systems, custom peripheral driver development and profiling performances. Throughout the course, students will have the
opportunity to modify and utilise a ranging sensor, allowing
them to gain a practical and real-world understanding of how embedded Linux can be used. The course also comes
with post-lab exercises for those who wish to
extend their skills further. For example, the user can
build an open-source game that employs sensors and physical buttons. Additionally, they will be exposed to industry standard tools,
such as DS-5 Streamline and GDB. This online course comes complete with a full set of lecture
videos and quizzes, as well as hands-on labs and
lab videos that are based around the customisation
of a Linux kernel. All of the content can be
accessed online or offline. Users can navigate through the course using the easy to use interface, revisiting any content they desire. This course aims to equip
students, practitioners, and hobbyists alike with
fundamental tools necessary to capitalise on the benefits that Linux offers to embedded systems. The Embedded Linux online course is available for license
or purchase today. More information can be found on the Arm Education Media website. (relaxing music)

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