P17062: Keller's Kats Cart
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Planning & Execution

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The goals of this project are to develop two working prototype cat cats and to develop detailed instructions of how to build them. A cat cart is a device that allows an injured or partially paralyzed cat to continue to walk and retain mobility despite the challenges they face. This device should not hurt, pinch, or cause sores to the cat during use and allow for comfortable use for extended periods of time.

Intellectual Property Considerations

This project does not include any intellectual property as one of the key goals of this project is to release the final cat cart designs for free use online. This is in the hope that this cart design can benefit as many people as possible.

Who We Are

Matthieu Dora | MECE | Project Lead | msd2311@rit.edu

Sarah Stoltzfus | BME | Project Manager | ses6997@rit.edu

Jeff Wayman | MECE | Communication/Project Facilitator | jaw5939@rit.edu

Colin Lemen | BME | EDGE Content manager/Purchaser | crl6531@rit.edu

Team Values and Norms

Team Values and Associated Norms

Team Values and Associated Norms

Project Plans & Schedules

Future Planning Schedule as of 9/12/2016

Future Planning Schedule as of 9/12/2016

Future Planning Schedule Document

Risk Assessment and Growth Curves

Risk Management Chart

Risk Management Chart

Other Team Resources

All team communication is to be completed through the messaging program called WhatsApp

The default team meeting space is the 4th floor Senior Design Center in the Kate Gleason building.

Peer Reviews

Section to be completed at the conclusion of the first Peer Review

Project Reviews

Section to be completed at the conclusion of the first Project Review

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