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Embedded Automotive Board

Rev Up Your Automotive Projects with VAct STM32F405
Development Board: Precision Control, Ultimate Reliability,
and the Fast Lane to Innovation!


Development Board

This STM32f205 Development Board is designed to provide an economical development environment for CAN communication, I2C, SPI, UART and parallel communication. This board integrated with STM32CUBEMX.

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Linux is an open-source Unix like Operating Systems based on Linux Kernel. Linux is typically packaged in Linux Distribution. Distribution include Linux Kernel and supporting system software and Libraries many of which are provided by GNU Project. Many Linux Distribution use the word “Linux” in their name but the foundation uses the name “GNU/Linux”.
Linux was originally developed for personal computers based on the Intel x86 architecture, but has since been ported to more platforms than any other operating system. Because of the dominance of the Linux-based Android on smartphones, Linux also has the largest installed base of all general-purpose operating systems.
Linux also runs on embedded systems, i.e. devices whose operating system is typically built into the firmware and is highly tailored to the system. This includes routers, automation controls, smart home technology, televisions (Samsung and LG Smart TVs use Tizen and WebOS, respectively), automobiles (for example, Tesla, Audi, Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai, and Toyota all rely on Linux), digital video recorders, video game consoles, and smartwatches. The Falcon 9’s and the Dragon 2’s avionics use a customized version of Linux.
Linux is one of the most prominent examples of free and open-source software collaboration. The source code may be used, modified and distributed commercially or non-commercially by anyone under the terms of its respective licenses.

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Foundation of Embedded Linux

Embedded Linux is one of the types of OS in Linux/Kernel which is used of implementing Operating Systems in various platform and is free to use and also can be customized and also designed to be installed and used with Embedded device for developing constrained applications. It is the compact version of Linux that offers features and services in line with the operating and application requirements of an Embedded System.
Embedded Linux, even it is same as Linux kernel, it is quite different from the standard Linux OS. Embedded Linux is specifically customized for embedded systems. Therefore, it is having a much smaller size, requires less processing power and has minimal features. Based on the requirements of the underlying embedded system, the Linux kernel is modified and optimized as an embedded Linux version. Such an instance of Linux can only run device-specific purpose-built applications. Android OS is a type of embedded Linux, customized to be used on smartphones. Other devices on which embedded Linux is used include:
If you are the one, who has the passion to develop an Operating Systems on your own, V Act Technologies can guide you from the scratch and you can able to complete it within the shorter period of time.
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Mr.Kumaravel Pandurangan

CEO & Presenter

  • PMP trained professional with 24+ years experience in Global operations & Project Management, Agile methodologies
  • Worked on many companies like Duetsche Babcock, TimeSys & Mapusoft Technologies
  • 15+ years in Product development, Embedded services, CAD-CAM services, Eclipse Technologies (PDE/RCP)
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Mr.Deepak Chandran


  • Did Bachelor Degree in ECE and Master’s in Power Electronics and Drives
  • Experienced in Multi-task Environment – Product Development and Technical Training (Onsite and Offshore)
  • 8.7 years of proven experience in Technical, Research and Product Development with different Embedded Software Tools and Embedded Linux.
  • Experienced in developing Real Time Operating Systems and Applications
  • Automotive Protocol
  • Internet of Things (PDE)

Mr.Raj Pandrala


  • Experienced in multi-cultural work environments – India, USA and UK.
  • 24+ year’s rich experience in System Engineering, Product design and development.
  • VLSI ( ASIC / FPGA ) design – Digital System using Verilog and VHDL
  • Firmware development for SoC, Standalone Embedded systems, BSP, Boot loader, RTOS and proprietary OS

Embedded Linux and Yocto Project Syllabus

  • Understanding Embedded Systems
  • Fundamentals of Embedded Systems
  • Introduction to Embedded Linux
  • Various Platform of Embedded Linux
  • Real-time Examples
  • Overview on Embedded Linux and its architecture.
  • Introduction to Raspberry Pi
  • Block diagram and working with Raspberry Pi
  • Comparison on various Rpi modules
  • Understanding SOC Architecture
  • Problem definition of Socs used in Raspberry Pi
  • Configuration of pin of Raspberry Pi
  • Interfacing Raspberry pi with External Device
  • Getting started with Projects


  • Introduction to Linux
  • Simplified Linux System Architecture
  • Standard Linux Boot chain & File Systems
  • Raspbian OS – Fundamentals and Tools used
  • Installing Built OS on Raspberry Pi
  • Foundations and Popular Linux commands
  • Booting and Basic Configuration of Raspberry Pi
  • C Fundamentals – Compiled Language
  • C Concepts – Data types, variables, conditional statements, Loops
  • C Library Installation in Raspberry Pi
  • Compiling C Program
  • Using Wiring Pi for GPIO Programming
  • Interfacing Raspberry Pi with C
  • Problem Exercise & Assignment
  • Introduction to Python
  • Python vs Other Languages and its overview
  • Applications of Python
  • Understanding Python, Interpreted Language
  • Variables, Keywords, Operators and Operands
  • Data Types in Python, Importing Libraries
  • Flow Control, Conditional Statement, Loops
  • Sensor Interfacing Projects – Temperature, Motion Sensor, Obstacle detection
  • Communication using Raspberry Pi – GSM interfacing, Accessing on-board Wi-Fi
  • Database connection with RPi

6.1 Introduction

  • Various ways for creating Embedded Linux
  • Principle and Building Embedded Linux
  • Introduction to Yocto Project & Features
  • Yocto Architecture and Documentation
  • Yocto Project Community

6.2 Building First Image

  • Installing Docker
  • Basic Terms of Yocto Projects
  • Core components of Yocto Projects
  • Build System Workflow
  • Building First Image
  • Building a Raspberrypi Image
  • Customizing Raspberrypi Image

 6.3 Yocto Bitbake and Others

  • Bitbake Overview
  • Bitbake Rootfs
  • Bitbake: Tasks
  • Bitbake Useful commands
  • Yocto Layout
  • Bitbake – Layers Command
  • Creating a custom Image, Machine and Distribution
  • First Software Recipe
  • Raspberry Pi 3 Boot sequence
  • Creation and Using an SDK
  •  Using the SDK with Qt Creator
  •  Linux Distribution for Yocto Projects
  • Challenges to Yocto Projects.
  • Building an Operating System (OS) in Real Time using Yocto
    • Overview of embedded systems
    • Introduction to Yocto Project and its components
    • Understanding the benefits of Yocto Project for embedded development
    • Installing required software tools (Yocto Project, OpenEmbedded, etc.)
    • Configuring the build environment
    • Introduction to bitbake and recipes
    • Understanding layers and their significance
    • Creating and managing layers
    • Writing and understanding recipes
    • Creating custom distributions using Yocto
    • Customizing Linux kernel configurations
    • Adding and removing packages
    • Understanding BSP layers
    • Using existing BSPs for specific hardware platforms
    • Customizing BSPs for specific hardware requirements
    • Building applications using Yocto tools
    • Deploying applications to target hardware
    • Debugging and troubleshooting
    • Creating bootable images
    • Customizing root filesystems
    • Flashing images to target devices
    • Yocto Project customization and extension
    • Integrating with version control systems
    • Performance optimization and profiling
    • Security considerations in embedded Linux
    • Applying learned concepts to a real-world project or case study
    • Building a custom embedded Linux system from scratch
    • Troubleshooting and optimizing the system
    • Recap of key concepts
    • Further resources for continued learning and exploration in embedded Linux with Yocto Project