Group 20 - Ford Mustang Power Wheels

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Group 20 - Ford Mustang Power WheelsGroup 20 - Ford Mustang Power Wheels
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Name of Artifact Ford Mustang Power Wheels
Manufacturer Fisher Price
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Cost $300.00 USD
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Contents

Introduction

Product Overview

The Power Wheels Ford Mustang is a toy car modeled after its real life counterpart. It is battery powered, and it functions in much the same way as a real vehicle would. It is designed for young children of ages 3 to 6 years old, and can operate indoors, on pavement, and on grass.

Team Overview

Group 20 is tasked with analyzing the Power Wheels Ford Mustang and presenting its findings on this wiki page, in individual gates. Each team member has a specific role to play in this project:

  • Mike Rossi: On-Site Manager
  • Zach Wilson: Remote Manager
  • Christopher Michels: Technical Editor in Chief
  • Joseph Glab: Head of Web Development
  • David Fijas: Head of Dissection Documentation
  • Shane Seefeldt: Head Dissection Specialist

Project Gates

Gate 1 - Project Planning

In Gate 1, an assessment of the project, the product, and each team member is written. Group 20 works together to make a work proposal, a management proposal, and an initial assessment to help better manage time and resources as it begins the project.

Gate 2 - Product Dissection

In Gate 2, the physical product is dissected and the entire process is documented. The subsystems of the product and the ways in which they are connected are analyzed. Outside factors and their impact on the subsystems are discussed.

Gate 3 - Product Analysis

In Gate 3, the dissected product's systems and components are fully analyzed. This is done through a component summary, a detailed product analysis on select parts, a Solid Model for a subsystem, an engineering analysis, and design revisions on the product.

Gate 4 - Product Explanation

In Gate 4, the product is reassembled and the product information accumulated over the span of the project is analyzed to draw final conclusions about the product.

Gate 5 - Delivery