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Use the two hex nuts (included in the package) to secure the module to the expansion board.
The addition of third-party computing options to Geppetto allows designers to prototype with their supported COM of choice and design a custom expansion board online using drag and drop modules like the TI WiLink[TM] 8 combo-connectivity module (Wi-Fi[R] + Bluetooth[R]).
Like the braking system, the capacitive touch sensor outputs are connected to input pins on the Intel Arduino expansion board. Each turn signal consists of a capacitive touch sensor, a relay, and an LED strip.
Unfortunately, the authors don't explain the setup of the prototyping and expansion boards, and they mention an evaluation board, possibly the C8051F020DK development kit ($129), only in passing.
Up to 8 Mbytes of Flash memory may be provided through the R2 Controls R203 Flash Expansion Board. The R103 Gazelle-CP is priced at $349 per unit and is available for immediate delivery.
A wide variety of expansion boards is already available through the partner ecosystem, supporting all major existing and emerging automotive wired and wireless connectivity standards.
The integrated 440- pin expansion port gives full freedom for system manufacturers to develop application-specific expansion boards for a wide range of computing applications, from a simple advanced computer vision development environment to prototyping of multi-camera systems for applications such as surround view.