Learn to Build Advanced Embedded Systems using Arduino by Amit Rana

Learn to Build Advanced Embedded Systems using Arduino

Do you want to develop interesting projects and systems using Arduino and Learn Different Interfaces? This course is exactly crafted for you

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The super simple and beginner friendly course to learn about embedded systems development with Arduino and C Programming

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Course Description

  • Are you trying to learn arduino to build embedded systems and projects for your work/business?
  • Even after being easy, does it still feel that you need some guidance while working on these stuffs?
    Are you passionate about circuits and coding?
  • Do you want to learn Arduino faster than ever?
I firmly believe that anyone, irrespective of experience, age or technical background can learn and experiment with technologies. With the single goal in mind, I've created this Course on Embedded Systems designing with Arduino.
And I also believe from my personal experience of more than a decade, that

LEARNING should not be LENGTHY!!!

My purpose is to get you started quickly with Arduino and start programming and making systems fast, with less learning and more experimenting. Hence the course is divided into small chunks which you can jump directly at any time and learn any particular module you’re interested in.

You’ll download your first program into Arduino Board within 30 minutes of starting this course

Arduino is probably the number 1 microcontroller board used today in the world in a variety of industries , be it for prototyping the new product or just creating a hobby project for your home. Arduino is no 1 choice of many developers as well as hobbyists. And this course is to make you an expert in Arduino. Yes you've read it correct, an expert!!!

This course includes
many interfaces starting from LEDs to I2C interface and memory card data logger. See complete list below

This Course is suitable for Everyone Including:

  • Complete Newbees
  • Arduino Hobbyists
  • Students (School / college)
  • Working Professionals
  • Retired Personal’s seeking interested in DIY hardware
This is a complete course on learning Arduino Programming, interfacing and creating projects using Arduino with more than 30 different project and tasks included with this course. Everything related to Arduino programming and connecting various interfaces with Arduino is covered in complete details, yet the course length is such that anyone can finish it within a single week.

This is a complete hand on driven course with more than 30 different programs/projects to be done throughout.

You can enroll and start experimenting with this course even if you do not have Arduino board!!! 

Yes, We’ve included steps and instructions to use a free online simulator for Arduino where you can perform most of your programs, so if you don’t have Arduino board, or just planning to purchase, you can still enrol to this course, start learning and gather your hardware later.

List of Hardware Interfaces to learn
  • LEDs
  • Switches
  • Buzzer
  • Relay
  • DC Motor
  • Servo Motor
  • PWM
  • Analog Input
  • Voltmeter
  • Thermometer
  • Light Sensor
  • Temperature and Humidity sensor
  • Keypad Interfacing
  • Ultrasonic Distance Sensor
  • Serial port
  • Liquid Crystal Display
  • I2C
  • SPI
  • Real Time Clock
  • Memory Card interfacing and data logger
  • Usage of EEPROM Memory.
You're also going to learn about
  • How to use breadboard
  • whats the difference between C and Arduino's C programming
  • Simulating Arduino using online tool
  • Project Making Tips
Anyone can not only learn but excel in arduino and hardware project making
Don’t get overwhelmed by the long list of interfaces to study. All of these are included to make you an expert in as less time as possible. Although its an advanced course, its equally applicable to everyone. Even if you’re complete newbee who’s never done coding before or never seen or used Arduino, you can still join and start experimenting.

All the source codes are included in the downloads area of respective lesson so that you can either try them yourself or just directly download them and start using.

I’ve been training and developing Arduino based systems for about 10 hours a day for more than 10 years, I’ve trained students from age 7 to 70 and have trained more than 10000 students from over 65+ countries. So when I say you can learn and excel in Arduino in quickest possible time, I mean it.

Enroll now and start experimenting with Arduino!!!

What's included?

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Introduction To Course
3 mins
Introduction To Embedded System
Introduction to Embedded System 1
9 mins
Introduction to Embedded System 2
8 mins
Embedded System devices_ microprocessors and microntrollers
7 mins
About Arduino microcontrollers
8 mins
Introduction to Arduino Boards_ Arduino UNO
6 mins
Introduction To Arduino Board and Its Programming
Intro To Arduino Programming
6 mins
Getting Started with First Program
11 mins
Arduino Simulation using Tinkercad
6 mins
Difference between C Syntax of Arduino and C Coding
How Arduino is Different from C
11 mins
Concepts around Breadboard
8 mins
LED Interfacing
Interfacing of LEDs with Arduino
9 mins
Single LED Blink.zip
526 Bytes
Arduino Programs and its simulation using Tinkercad
7 mins
Eight LED Blink.zip
780 Bytes
Multiple LED Blinking using Arduino
2 mins
Assignment on LED Programming
5 mins
LED Interfacing: Quiz
1.12 MB
Buzzer interfacing with Arduino
4 mins
Arduino programming for Buzzer
6 mins
756 Bytes
Simple ON_OFF.zip
299 Bytes
257 Bytes
Switch Interfacing
Introduction to Switches
7 mins
Switch and LED interface using Arduino
5 mins
412 Bytes
Multiple switches and LEDs interfacing
5 mins
450 Bytes
562 Bytes
Digital output sensor acting as a Switch
4 mins
Serial Port
Introduction to Serial Communication
7 mins
312 Bytes
Serial Communication Program
5 mins
Reading data from Computer
8 mins
475 Bytes
Device Control Using Serial Communication
7 mins
470 Bytes
Device Control Using Serial Communication_simulation
3 mins
Up-Down counter Using serial communication
8 mins
487 Bytes
Liquid Crystal Display and Arduino
11 mins
Arduino Programming with LCD
8 mins
316 Bytes
534 Bytes
Concepts around keypad
11 mins
538 Bytes
Analog Input
Introduction Analog To Digital Converter
9 mins
ADC Concepts
4 mins
Digital Voltmeter
8 mins
352 Bytes
LM35: Temperature Sensor
3 mins
376 Bytes
Digital Thermometer
4 mins
372 Bytes
Light Dependent Resistor
6 mins
Getting values from LDR and Arduino
2 mins
455 Bytes
Ultrasonic Distance Sensing
Introduction to Ultrasonic Sensor
8 mins
Interfacing of Ultrasonic sensor using Ardunio
9 mins
411 Bytes
DHT Sensor
Interfacing of DHT22 with Arduino
11 mins
543 Bytes
Relay Interfacing
Switching Devices with Arduino
7 mins
About Relay and switching
7 mins
Relay and Arduino Interfacing
9 mins
Introduction to EEPROM interfacing with arduino
9 mins
367 Bytes
DC Motor Interfacing
Introduction to DC motor
10 mins
DC Motor Interfacing with Arduino
8 mins
304 Bytes
376 Bytes
338 Bytes
Servo Motor Interfacing
Servo Motor and Arduino
10 mins
Servo Motor interfacing and programming
10 mins
379 Bytes
530 Bytes
Introduction to Pulse Width Modulation
7 mins
PWM on Arduino
8 mins
Fading Using PWM
4 mins
332 Bytes
328 Bytes
Introduction to Inter IC Communication Protocol
10 mins
I2C Library
2 mins
BH1750 : Digital Light Sensor
4 mins
Programming Arduino with BH1750 and BMP180
5 mins
797 Bytes
Introduction to Real Time Clock
8 mins
Interfacing of RTC with Arduino
11 mins
Date and Time display using RTC
5 mins
921 Bytes
SD Card
SPI Based MicroSD card and Arduino
6 mins
SD card interfacing with Arduino
7 mins
916 Bytes
Data Logger
11 mins
2.02 KB
Resources: PDFs and All Codes
File Download
7.86 MB
1 min
How to get your certificate


Is it true that I can get all this information for free on internet? Then why this course?

The answer is "yes" 
absolutely you'll get all the information shared and taught in this course for free on internet. But to make use of those information, you'll have to juggle through countless old blog posts and videos and non-working source codes and circuit diagram. With this course, you'll save all that time and get a clean information from single source which is perfectly crafted for learning. Moreover, any non-working code or circuit, you don't have to figure out anything, just post a question and you get the answer.

Why not offer the course free?

The course price we offer is carefully crafted keeping in mind many things, most importantly
  • You have lifetime access to this course and all its updates over time
  • The course payment helps us keep the platform alive and give you unparalled personalized support

Can I request for more content?

Absolutely!!! We love to add content upon student requests.

Can I ask my questions even after completing the course?

Yes, we know that there will be very little doubts while you're learning. Everything seems obvious. But when you start making projects, then the real questions and doubts will hit you, and thats exactly where we shine. We will answer your real time project queries as well.