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Approx. 8 hours to complete

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Subtitles: English

What you will learn

  • About SystemC and how it can be used to create models of cyber-physical systems in order to perform "what-if" scenarios.

  • About Trimble Engineering's embedded systems for heavy equipment automation.

  • A deeper understanding of embedded systems in the Automotive and Transoprtion market segment.

  • How to debug deeply embedded systems.

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Intermediate Level

Approx. 8 hours to complete

English

Subtitles: English

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Start working towards your Master's degree

This course is part of the 100% online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering from University of Colorado Boulder. If you are admitted to the full program, your courses count towards your degree learning.

Syllabus - What you will learn from this course

Week
1

Week 1

3 hours to complete

SystemC, Trimble Engineering Guest Speakers

3 hours to complete
20 videos (Total 127 min), 2 readings, 1 quiz
20 videos
Segment 1 - SystemC 16m
Segment 2 - SystemC 213m
Segment 3 - SystemC: Example Baggage Handling System6m
Segment 4 - Explanation of Rotary Shaft Encoders5m
Segment 5 - Rotary Shaft Encoder use in Paper Cutters8m
Segment 6 - SystemC Examples13m
Segment 7 - Baggage Handling System Model Structure8m
Segment 8 - Trimble - Introduction9m
Segment 9 - Trimble - Machine Grade Control, Production Study5m
Segment 10 - Trimble - Machine Types16m
Segment 11 - Trimble - Excavator7m
Segment 12 - Trimble - Communication Protocols9m
Segment 13 - Trimble - Site Gateway2m
Segment 14 - Trimble - Peer-to-Peer System2m
Segment 15 Trimble - Predictive Analytics1m
Segment 16 - Trimble - Security59s
Segment 17 - Trimble - UAVs2m
Segment 18 - Trimble - Augmented Reality2m
Segment 19 - Trimble - Hololens4m
2 readings
Access to Course Resources10m
A Note from the Instructor5m
1 practice exercise
Module 1 Quiz12m
Week
2

Week 2

1 hour to complete

Deep Dive: Automotive and Transportation

1 hour to complete
16 videos (Total 55 min)
16 videos
Segment 1 Automotive 15m
Segment 2 - Automotive 26m
Segment 3 - Automotive 32m
Segment 4 - Automotive 4 - Waze1m
Segment 5 - Automotive 52m
Segment 6 - Automotive 62m
Segment 7 - Trucking7m
Segment 8 - Trucking - Weigh in Motion53s
Segment 9 - Logistics4m
Segment 10 - Trains1m
Segment 11 - Planes3m
Segment 12 - Shipping2m
Segment 13 - Smart Roads3m
Segment 14 - Smart Parking5m
Segment 15 - Summary3m
1 practice exercise
Module 2 Quiz12m
Week
3

Week 3

2 hours to complete

Debugging Deeply Embedded Systems, Lauterbach Guest Speaker

2 hours to complete
13 videos (Total 129 min)
13 videos
Segment 1 - Debug 113m
Segment 2 - Debug 29m
Segment 3 - Log Pages10m
Segment 4 - Debugging During Validation10m
Segment 5 - The Importance of Trace2m
Segment 6 - Lauterbach - Introduction10m
Segment 7 - Lauterbach - JTAG11m
Segment 8 - Lauterbach - Tracing10m
Segment 9 - Lauterbach - Types of Trace Output + Viewing Traces23m
Segment 10 - Lauterbach - Looking Back in Time10m
Segment 11 - Lauterbach - Timing and Performance Analysis9m
Segment 12 - Lauterbach - Code Coverage6m
1 practice exercise
Module 3 Quiz12m
Week
4

Week 4

2 hours to complete

Promoting Technical Ideas, Learning from Failures

2 hours to complete
11 videos (Total 77 min), 1 reading, 1 quiz
11 videos
Segment 1 - Promoting Technical Ideas - Patents19m
Segment 2 - Promoting Technical Ideas within a Company4m
Segment 3 - Learning from Failures4m
Segment 4 - Learning from Failures - From My Past11m
Segment 5 - Learning from Failures - Sparkfun5m
Segment 6 - Learning from Failures - Kickstarter CST-01 Watch7m
Segment 7 - Learning from Failures - Toyota9m
Segment 8 - 20 Reasons Startups Fail8m
Segment 9 - Assessing Business Risks2m
Concluding Remarks29s
1 reading
List of IIoT Companies10m
1 practice exercise
Module 4 Quiz12m

About the Developing Industrial Internet of Things Specialization

The courses in this specialization can also be taken for academic credit as ECEA 5385-5387, part of CU Boulder’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree. Enroll here. In this specialization, you will engage the vast array of technologies that can be used to build an industrial internet of things deployment. You'll encounter market sizes and opportunities, operating systems, networking concepts, many security topics, how to plan, staff and execute a project plan, sensors, file systems and how storage devices work, machine learning and big data analytics, an introduction to SystemC, techniques for debugging deeply embedded systems, promoting technical ideas within a company and learning from failures. In addition, students will learn several key business concepts important for engineers to understand, like CapEx (capital expenditure) for buying a piece of lab equipment and OpEx (operational expense) for rent, utilities and employee salaries....
Developing Industrial Internet of Things

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