Neuromorphic computing offers one path forward for AI at the edge. However, accessing and effectively utilizing a neuromorphic hardware platform is non-trivial. In this work, we present a complete pipeline for neuromorphic computing at the edge, including a small, inexpensive, low-power, FPGA-based neuromorphic hardware platform, a training algorithm for designing spiking neural networks for neuromorphic hardware, and a software framework for connecting those components. We demonstrate this pipeline on a real-world application, engine control for a spark-ignition internal combustion engine. We illustrate how we connect engine simulations with neuromorphic hardware simulations and training software to produce hardware-compatible spiking neural networks that perform engine control to improve fuel efficiency. We present initial results on the performance of these spiking neural networks and illustrate that they outperform open-loop engine control. We also give size, weight, and power estimates for a deployed solution of this type.