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MyFord Touch Rabbit Kits play an important part in production line quality control. Since November 2012, members of the SYNC Architecture and Enterprise Engineering Team, led by IT Enterprise Engineering Supervisor Darren Shelcusky, have responded to an increased demand for the test units where MyFord Touch is a component on the production line.
Rabbit Kits are used to simulate how the MyFord Touch modules will work by testing the software and infrastructure capabilities of wireless provisioning (automated systems) that load software on to the modules as they enter the production line. The kits contain MyFord Touch screens and modules, along with cables and other accessories used in the plants to test the Wi-Fi provisioning system that programs the SYNC modules.
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