P18104: High Altitude Balloon Instrumentation Package
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Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation

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Project Recap

The High Altitude Balloon Instrumentation Platform (HABIP) is a multi-functional system that allows users to collect and analyze data from near-space experiments. The device records internal data, and also telemeters data that has been gathered from an array of sensors to a ground communications center. The goal of this project is to create the aforementioned array in a configuration that is lightweight, cheap to manufacture, and highly reliable. The final product will undergo a mission lasting for several hours in harsh conditions, and will parachute back to Earth from an altitude of over 100,000 feet to be recovered and analyzed. This project seeks to improve upon the progress of two former MSD groups: P17104 and P17105, and is intended to be a design which can be further improved in the future.

Team Vision for Final Demo and Handoff

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Test Results Summary

Customer Requirements Performance Analysis

Customer Requirements Performance Analysis

Engineering Requirements Performance Analysis

Engineering Requirements Performance Analysis

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Deliverables

Imagine RIT Poster

Imagine RIT Poster

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Preview of Technical Paper

Preview of Technical Paper

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P18104 Lightning Talk

Handoff Documentation

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