The School of Electronic and Aeronautical Engineering (SEAE), one of the British Army‘s key training establishments in the United Kingdom, has reacted to the need to
dominate the Digital Battlefield by equipping a number of classrooms and project rooms with a comprehensive range of eBlock modules and Flowcode. The eBlocks system has enabled SEAE to
develop courses to teach the students fault-finding procedures applicable to microprocessor and/or embedded microcontroller systems.
This means that the students can develop practical experience of designing, programming and building systems similar to what they will encounter during an operational
tour of duty.
A particular success has been the student project work on CAN bus which is a communications system used to link sub systems together in military vehicles. Students
are split into groups, given real automotive components and tasked with developing a functional vehicle electronic control system.
British Army at Arborfield, UK