We wrote code for the project for both the Atmel Xplained board in Atmel Studio and an Arduino Uno (has the same processor as the Xplained Board). Originally, the Arduino was used just for proof-of-concept testing and for a user friendly testing platform to iron out any unforeseen kinks with the program flow or mathematical computations. Once that was completed, development switched to Atmel Xplained board. The end functionality of the code written for both boards is fairly comparable except for the speedometer module. A critical component to the speed calculation is the elapsed time between the voltage drops of the Hall effect sensor. For the Arduino Uno this was no problem as an external clock source separate from the Atmega 328p is integrated into the board. In addition to build in functions that make interfacing with the clock extremely easy. On the other hand, the Atmel Xplained board has no external clock source. So all timing had to be done utilizing timers based off the CPU clock speed. Overall, this created a more complex piece of code with worse functionality.