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You can find all related documents in the Problem Definition Documents directory.
Team Vision for Problem Definition Phase
This phase included getting a better understanding of the project by meeting with the customer and identifying the expectations, goals, and current status of the APM. The team met with and will continue meeting with the customer and the Phase III team to establish constant communication and an easy project hand off.
The Project Readiness Package provided to us at the beginning of the project can be found here.
RIT would like to showcase the capability of its engineering students by creating a fully functional autonomous vehicle. It is believed that self-driving vehicles are the future for easy, efficient transportation that will make for safer, less congested roadways and a cleaner environment. The Autonomous People Mover (APM) at RIT would provide transportation for students and visitors across the campus at a moment’s notice. With the APM, no human driver is necessary.
As a follow-on to P16241, the goals of this project are to improve localization, sensor robustness, and introduce more advanced obstacle avoidance, and path following. The team’s ultimate goal will be to demonstrate the APM at ImagineRIT 2017, where the APM will follow a pre-programmed course as it avoids visitors in a safe and predictable fashion.
Click here to view the problem statement document.
Use Caseshere to view our other use case.
Project Goals and Key Deliverables
- Implementation of robust localization
- Improvement of sensor robustness
- Implementation of path following
- Implementation of advanced obstacle avoidance
- Demonstration of the APM at ImagineRIT 2017
Customer Requirements (Needs)here to view the document.
Engineering Requirements (Metrics & Specifications)here to view the document.
Constraints and Riskshere to view the document.
House of Qualityhere to view the document.
Customer Interview Meeting Minutes
- Click here to view the document.
Plans for next phase
- In progress