In the past few years, the use of Linux in embedded devices has skyrocketed. Televisions, phones, automobiles, ATMs: you name it, it probably has Linux running in it. Linux is an open source platform,so we can view and verify it even from the kernel level.
As we are dealing with embedded systems we must integrate hardware and software according to our needs. So Linux provides the best option as we can even write basic kernel level drivers according to our requirements.
The Linux training gives the developers an in-depth understanding of the Linux kernel architecture and reveals critical points of adapting the Linux kernel to an embedded application in a timely manner. Our 'Linux device driver' training teaches the developers about the various drivers available under Linux and provides the essential skills to rapidly and effectively create device drivers for Linux systems.
The use of 'Raspberry pi' ensures to have an in-depth knowledge of interfacing with the real world examples.