This is the first course in a two-course computer engineering capstone design sequence where students get practical experience using the skills they have learned in previous courses. Students design a project that requires the integration of hardware and software into a complete system. Bringing skills learned from previous software and hardware oriented courses, students form multidisciplinary workgroups and are given tools, parts, goals, and constraints, all of which define the integrated design setting. These workgroups identify, formulate, and solve the hardware and software problems posted by their project, and defend their realization concepts at key intervals during the design process. Each group must present a final design review at the end of the semester. In Hardware/Software Integrated Hardware Design II, projects are built, tested, and delivered to the client. Along the way students must author technical documentation to accompany their project. This is a required course for CEN majors.