P19123: Lockheed Amelia Drone
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Customer Handoff & Final Project Documentation

Table of Contents

Team Vision for Final Demo and Handoff

Completed

Incomplete

Schedule

Schedule

Drone Failure

During one of the recent test flights the drone accelerated unexpectedly and flew in to some branches and fell about 5 meters. The pilot noted that he felt that the drone was not responding to their inputs. The drone was recovered and a thorough damage assessment was performed.
Crashed drone

Crashed drone

Damage Assessment:

Causes:

RC Control Inputs

RC Control Inputs

Lessons Learned:

Repair Status

Scheduled to be fully repaired by Friday 4/26

Drone Repair Schedule

Drone Repair Schedule

Final Software Status

Software Diagram with Functions: Software Diagram.
Software Diagram

Software Diagram

Completed

Known issues and fixes for future developers

Suggestions for future developers

Testing Documentation

Areas tested

Areas to be improved

Testing Document: Here.

Engineering Tests

Engineering Tests

Constraints

Constraints

Budget

Budget

Budget

Poster

PDF of Poster: Poster.
Poster

Poster

Lightning Pitch

Video can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/embed/91tdgc_JuvY

Highlights:

Considerations:

Tech Paper

Full paper: Here.

Highlights

Risk / Problem Tracking

Problem Tracking Table

Problem Tracking Table

Table Link: Here.

Team Self-Assessment

Each score is graded on a scale of 1-5 by all team members. The scale is exponential such that 1=unacceptable, 2=70% (under-performing), 3=90% (expected), 4 = 95% (exceeding expectation), 5 = 100% (well above and beyond)
Team Self-Assessment

Team Self-Assessment

Successes/Failures

Successes:

Failures:

Reflection: Lessons Learned

Plans for Wrap-up


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