P17345: Deployable Noise Meter
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Problem Definition

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Team Vision for Problem Definition Phase

Summarize:

Project Summary

Every year at convocation the graduates are called upon for a friendly cheering competition between colleges to see who shows the most spirit. Representative of the strong presence of innovation at RIT, there is a need to quantitatively determine which group of graduates is the most spirited. To accomplish this, a device will be developed that is capable of detecting excitement levels and displaying a reading representative thereof.

The device must be durable, deployable, and capable of quantifying noise levels in a large space such as the RIT Gordon Field House in which the distance between individual groups and the detector itself, can be variable. Depending on the observation point a college closer to the meter may be perceived as louder. The system must also be able to accommodate NTID students’ varying forms of applause. In the end, the result from the friendly competition will be displayed on a single scale quantifying all types of applause.

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Interview

Date Person Question Notes
August 25 2016 Elizabeth Debartolo Questions Responses

Stakeholders

Stakeholder Position
Elizabeth Debartolo Customer
Graduates Gratification of winning the friendly competition
Audience Staff and Parents
RIT Maintain reputation of "Greekiest Campus"
MSD Team Device Developers

Use Scenario

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Project Goals and Key Deliverables

Customer Requirements (Needs)

  1. The working live customer requirements can be found here: Customer Requirements

Engineering Requirements (Metrics & Specifications)

  1. The working live engineering requirements can be found here: Engineering Requirements

House of Quality

House of Quality
  1. The working live house of quality can be found here: House of Quality

Benchmarking

Benchmarking
  1. The working live benchmarking can be found here: Benchmarking

Constraints

Risk Management

  1. The working live risk management can be found here: Risk Management

Design Review Materials

Plans for next phase


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