Embedded systems are combinations of hardware and software.
The purpose of embedded systems is to control a device, a process or a larger system.
Specific examples of embedded systems include the automatic pilot and avionics of aircrafts,
telematics systems for traffic control, the chip set and software within a set-top box for digital TV,
a pacemaker, chips within telecom switching equipment, ambient devices, medicals equipment,
and control systems embedded in nuclear reactors.
Some of the most commonly used terms to describe embedded engineering are:
bring together the detailed craftsmanship of electrical engineering with the language and logic skills of a software development.
is a field of engineering which centers on building machines that replicate human actions.
is an interdisciplinary field of engineering that focuses on how to design, integrate, and manage complex systems over their life cycles.
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