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Planning & Execution

Table of Contents

Project Plans & Schedules

MSD I

Updated MSD I Gantt Chart 3/17/14 - PDF

Updated MSD I Gantt Chart 3/17/14 - MPP

MSD II

Updated MSD II Gantt Chart 5/8/14 - PDF

Updated MSD II Gantt Chart 5/8/14 - MPP

Build and Demonstration Planning

Project Plan 3-17-14 PDF

Project Plan 4-2-14 PDF

Project Plan 4-11-14 PDF

Project Plan 4-29-14 PDF

Project Plan 5-8-14 PDF

Metric Testing Planning

Test Plan PDF

Meeting Minutes, Notes, & Actions

MSD I

Meeting Minutes 12-17-13

MSD II

Meeting Minutes 5-8-14

Project Readiness Packet

This project was developed by Tim Southerton in Design Project Management graduate course in the Spring quarter of 2013. It is a student initiated project directed at accomplishing a high visibility project at RIT separate from the normal company or department sponsored projects of Multidisciplinary Senior Design. The project planning packets developed in the class can be seen below.

Project Readiness Package

Detailed PRP

Peer Reviews

MSD I

Problem Definition Review

Peer Evaluation Summary Week 3

Systems Design Review

Peer Evaluation Summary Week 6

Subsystems Design Review

Peer Evaluation Summary Week 9

Detailed Design Review

Peer Evaluation Summary Week 15

Self Critiques

Alex Reid Self Critique

Brian Grosso Self Critique

Kevin Meehan Self Critique

Lalit Tanwar Self Critique

Matthew Morris Self Critique

Tim Southerton Self Critique

MSD II

Build, Test, Document Review

Build, Test, Document Peer Evaluation Summary

Self Critiques

Alex Reid Self Critique

Brian Grosso Self Critique

Kevin Meehan Self Critique

Lalit Tanwar Self Critique

Matthew Morris Self Critique

Tim Southerton Self Critique

Team Norms & Values

For our group, the following Code of Ethics and Team Norms and Values have been drafted. They are still to be iterated upon, but the general structure for dealing with issues is as below.

Code of Ethics

Team Norms and Values Spreadsheet

Team Roles

The following team roles have been established for our project. These cover both technical roles, or those applying to major specific area, and team roles, which are more oriented toward facilitating group work.

Team Roles

Intellectual Property Considerations

No intellectual property issues have been identified at this time. More information will come after our meeting at the Freescale Symposium when we can discuss with our sponsor if any part of our work should be private. Everything documented thus far is in the public domain.