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Here's a link to an interesting article on work being done to make a microcontroller module to interface with automotive electronics.

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CULMINATE (CUstomized Laboratory using MIcrocontroller for New Automotive Technology Education) is a project now in development at Indiana State University's electronics and computer engineering department. The university aims to create a board with a microcontroller and common automotive sensing and control electronics that will allow component substitutions and other experimental activities to help students explore the principles behind automotive electronics design.

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"The grant, which is for about $195,000, is for three years. The group plans to create and develop the board over the first two years, then have students test the board the final year."

I wonder how many people here would jump at that opportunity.

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