arduino training in chennai

arduino training in chennai

A microcontroller based kit to build a digital device and / or an interactive object which can sense and have a control on physical parts in an operating system is actually called ‘Arduino’.

The hardware consists of an open-source hardware board designed around an 8-bit Atmel AVR microcontroller, or a 32-bit Atmel ARM. Pre-programmed into the on-board microcontroller chip is a boot loader that allows uploading programs into the microcontroller memory without needing a chip (device) programmer.

Arduino system platforms provide integrate development environment (IDE) which supports C, C++ and Java programming languages. Arduino first made its appearance in the year 2005.

The essential thing about Arduino is that its opensource both on the hardware and the software. Its a high level development environment – meaning you dont have to bother about register level details to get things working. Perhaps the biggest reason is – the numerous resources available online. Arudino system boards are available commercially in a pre-assembled form or ‘do-it-yourself’ kits.

Target Audience:
Students with a background of BE / B.Tech in ECE /EEE/E&I/IC/ CSE /IT/Mechatronics/Msc Electronics and any other relevant streams.

Embedded Training is suitable for:

Embedded Training in EMBEDDED SYSTEM USING ARDUINO is suitable for engineering students who are from electronics, computers or mechanical domain can find an opportunity in Embedded Systems Development Industries. There is a growing demand for Embedded developers / Software Engineers in the Industry.

Course Goal:
Students will become an Industry-ready embedded engineer by completing Embedded Training / Diploma in Advanced Embedded Technology certified course.


Duration :  1 Month(3hrs/day)     Total : 60 Hours
Working Days : Monday to Saturday ( 10.00 AM to 3.00 PM ) 

Module 1 : Introduction to Open Source

  • What is Open Source?
  • How its influencing Embedded World
  • Introduction to ARDUINO
  • Types of Arduino Boards
  • Wide applications
Module 2 : Arduino UNO
  • Hand Shake with Arduino UNO
  • Developing the environment
  • UNO: Overview about board
  • Popularity & scope
Module 3 : Microcontroller
  • Heart of Arduino
  • What is Microcontroller
  • Briefing Atmel Atmega328P
  • Atmega 328P: PIN Diagram
  • Introduction to features
  • Module 4 : Programming
    • It’s Practical Time
    • Developing Arduino Prototyping Platform
    • Introduction to Arduino software & Tools
    • Arduino IDE : Functions( )
    • Arduino IDE: Header files
    • Developing sketch
    • Programming Methodology
    • Getting started with . . Led Blinking !!
    Module 5 : Software Control
    • If-Else Statement, Comparison Operators and Conditions
    • Challenge Discussion
    • For Loop Iteration
    • Challenge Discussion
    • How to Use Arrays
    • Challenge Discussion
    • Switch Case Statement and Using a Keyboard for Data Collection
    Module 6 : Elementary Electronics
    • Elementary electrical theory: current, voltage, resistance, and Ohm’s Law.
    • Reading a simple schematic.
    • Wiring on a solderless breadboard.
    • Voltage dividers: resistor/resistor, resistor/switch, resistor/photoresistor, resistor/LED.
    • Using a multimeter to measure voltage and resistance
    • Wiring up a switch with pullup resistor.
    • Wiring up an LED with dropping resistor.
    • Wiring up a photoresistor voltage divider (as basic analog sensor).
    Module 7 : LED
    • What is LED Stands for?
    • Working: Going its details
    • Types :
    • PWM Programming
    • Making circuits & glowing patterns
    Module 8 : Serial Monitor
    • Introduction ArduinoIDE Serial Monitor
    • Serial Functions ( )
    • Displaying values
    Module 9 : Sensors

    • Starting IR
    • What is IR?
    • Schematic design of IR
    • IR: working & output
    • Interfacing with Arduino UNO Coding
    Module 10 : Interfacing Motor
    • What are Motors
    • Different types of motors
    • Motor Driver IC:L293D
    • PIN Diagram of H-Bridge
    • Interfacing L293D with Arduino UNO
    • Coding
    Module 11 : ADC
    • What is ADC
    • Using Analog Pins of UNO
    • Introduction to Accelerometer
    • Coding Query Session & DEMO SESSION on future Technology
    Module 12 : Serial Communication
    • Difference between Parallel and Serial Communication
    • USART / UART Protocol
    • RS232 Standard
    • TTL Converter
    • UART Programming
    • GSM Interfacing
    • GPS Interfacing
    Module 13 : SD Cards and Data logging
    • Introduction of Storage Devices
    • Theory of SPI
    • Hardware overview
    • Interfacing SD card
    Module 14 : Wireless Communication and IoT
    • Introduction of wireless communication
    • Overview of Wireless Devices
    • Interfacing with Ethernet Shield
    • Wifi Module ESP8226
    • IoT controlling and Monitoring a Devices
    Module 15 : Project