In this thesis work, first I have dealt with the calibration and correction of the inverter card based on AVR32 and developed by BME Motion team. Then I have developed the embedded device driver for most of the peripherals needed by the field oriented motor control algorithm. Meanwhile the decision was made: the team develops a new inverter card that will be compatible with the modular power electronics converter system (AMER) developed for educational purposes by the Applied Electronics Group in the Department of Automation and Applied Informatics. To this new inverter card, I have developed and built a CPU module based on ST Microelectronics' STM32F303VDT6 microcontroller and implemented the field oriented control algorithm. In addition, I have developed a diagnostics client program based on the Qt toolkit which is able to monitor and set variables without interrupting in the working embedded system. The obtained hardware was successfully tested with a HIL simulator based on Xilinx's Zynq platform.