What Are Embedded Systems Used for?


An embedded system is a computer system made for specific control functions inside a larger system frequently having real-time computing constraints. It is embedded as component of a complete piece of equipment often with hardware and mechanical parts.
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Embedded system is a computer system created for specific management functions in a larger system often having real-time computing constraints. It is embedded as division of a complete tool often containing hardware and mechanical parts.
Embedded systems are used to monitor and control the functions of the components of a device. Embedded systems are microprocessor based systems which are designed for performing specific tasks. Many specialised hardware work through commands executed by embedded systems.
An embedded system can be described as a dedicated computer system that is meant to perform a specific task. It is usually a combination of hardware and computer software that can be programmable. Automated industrial machines, automobiles, medical equipment, cameras, household appliances, airplanes, vending machines, ATMs, cell phones are among the possible hosts of an embedded system meaning they can be or are automated.
Embedded systems are devices, instruments or large engineering structures/systems that are built to handle one or a few pre-established tasks.
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