Delivery - Gate 5

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In Gate 5, the group is required to make revisions on the gate as recommended.

Finalization of Deliverables

This section lists the revisions made in each gate.

Gate 1

  1. Overall
    • Added references
    • Added section about needed skills to be developed
    • Fixed redundant opening
    • Added figure numbers
  2. Product Management
    • Improved the detail of Gantt Chart
    • Improved capability table
  3. Management Proposal
    • Specified who will attend meetings
    • Specified purpose of meetings and what is expected to be done
    • Included emails for each group member

Gate 2

  1. Overall
    • Added section about parts being intended to be disassembled or not
  2. Project Management
    • Added statements about the efficiency of current plan
    • Added statements about current and future challenges
  3. Product Dissection Plan
    • Revised difficulty scale and added explanations
  4. Product Dissection Assessment
    • Documented physical and energy connections of subsystems
    • Stated environmental concerns of connections of subsystems
    • Stated which subsystems can not be adjacent

Gate 3

  1. Overall
    • Added figure labels
    • Improved formatting
  2. Coordination Review
    • Documented the effectiveness of the new time management plan
  3. Product Analysis
    • Noted that plastic is not included in the analysis of the steering column
    • Improved difficulty scale
  4. Engineering analysis
    • Documented how gear reduction analysis will be used in designing/testing the product
  5. Design revisions
    • Stated how the the frame will be reinforced in the design revision section
    • Added image of the rear axle revision

Gate 4

  1. Product Archeology
    • Measured the difficulty scale on better terms(i.e technical knowledge e.t.c)
    • Added Original assembly documentation
  2. Design Revisions
    • Addressed more societal concerns

Oral Presentation

The follow images depicts the presentation used during the groups oral presentation done in class.