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Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation

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Team Vision for Final Demo and Handoff

Summarize:

During this phase, the team planned to finalize our proof of concept prototype and to prepare for Imagine RIT. We planned to run user tests on the device and to record the results. We planned to create our youtube video for the ARM Student Design Contest. We planned to work out any remaining bugs in the code. We planned to finish writing our technical paper and finish our poster for Imagine RIT.

During this phase, we accomplished everything we planned to. We summarized our project in our technical paper and did so even more concisely on our poster. We tied up all of the loose ends and finished our final prototype. We finished our YouTube video and displayed our project at Imagine RIT in the ARM Student Design Contest, where we won best video.

Test Results Summary

 User Trial Results

User Trial Results

The full document can be found here.

 Customer Requirement Results

Customer Requirement Results

The full document can be found here.

 Engineering Requirement Results

Engineering Requirement Results

The full document can be found here.

Risk and Problem Tracking

The risks document was updated to indicate which risks were encountered and what was done about them. The document can be accessed here.
 Section of Risk Summary

Section of Risk Summary

The problem tracking document was updated throughout the semester to track the issues encountered during design. The final tracker is displayed below, and the final document can be located here.

 Final Problem Tracking

Final Problem Tracking

Final Project Documentation

Technical Paper

The link to our final paper describing the project and all of the work we have done on it can be found here.

Final Poster

Our final poster design can be found here.

Project Video & Pictures

The final video can be found here.
 Full Device

Full Device

 Final Component Housing

Final Component Housing

 Final Case Design

Final Case Design

CAD/Schematics

The final CAD design of the casing and switch activator are shown below.
 Final Case Assembly

Final Case Assembly

 Final Activator Design

Final Activator Design

All files can be found in the final documetns folder in the edge directory:

All of the files for the PCB design can be found here.

There are many folders included in this folder that are required for the Eagle software to run properly, such as library folders. The project files containing the board design and schematics can be found under the "projects" folder.

Bill of Materials (Updated 04/19/17)


 Bill of Materials

Bill of Materials


Click here for the working document.

Manufacturing and Assembly Instructions

All of the assembly instructions, including the case assembly, actuator assembly, and PCB assembly can be found here.

Operator Manual

 The WI

The WI

The user guide can be found here.

Software

The Arduino Teensy program files and libraries can all be found here.

This folder contains many different programs that were used during testing and debugging, including a program to test the Bluetooth module connection, all listed under different folders. The main program for the device is under the "main" folder.

Recommendations for future work

Plans for Wrap-up

As a team, we need to do the following items, to be completed in the next week:

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