EET 2150 - Embedded Systems & Robotics Credits: 4
A study of the use of microprocessors as controllers in embedded systems Lecture and Lab combination. Laboratory activities include the design, construction, and analysis of microprocessor based systems. Students will be introduced to the ethical implications of embedded and robotic systems. Career pathways in electrical, programming and robotic disciplines will be explored. Electrical principles involved in creating interfaces including the behavior of transistors, relays and H-Bridges will be explored. Systems will use optical, mechanical, temperature, magnetic and resistive sensors and will control relays, solenoids, motors and lights. Projects will include mechanical and electrical components critical to understanding and creating robotic systems. The students will form teams to create challenging capstone robotic projects.
Prerequisite: Within the last year: MATH 0980 w/C grade or better or appropriate placement score; and ENGL 0990 w/C grade or better.
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