"This Is Mission Control. Start The Car"Jeff Green
Today, if a car's ignition switch stops responding, it probably means a costly repair to the wiring. For a military vehicle, it could mean dangerous delays on the battlefield. But fixing the malfunction could be as simple as rerouting the faulty command, thanks to new technology being developed at the Product Development & Manufacturing Center (PDMC) at Oakland University in Rochester, Mich.
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