By: Ayman Aljohani (Project Manager)
Critical Design Review(CDR), is an important phase of the project, it presents the design of the project. It also provides a clear view on the project standing and percent completion.
After presenting our CDR, we were debriefed by the president, and the customer on our presentation content .
Here is the debrief summary:
Was good, nothing to comment on.
Too much information was provided in the executive summary
Keep it short and simple
Only explain the major features of the project
Missing 3Dot Components on the System Block Diagram
Paul commented that the color coding on the system block diagram and the legend, it was easy to follow.
Problem with the analog Schmitt trigger
However, Elec. Engineer, Kevin, found out the problem and fixed the output of the threshold voltage on 4/20/2016. The president is also notified about the fix on the threshold voltage issue.
Our goal of the Schmitt trigger is to convert analog signal to a digital signal.
No comment, it was good.
messing 3DOT components.
Include 3Dot components
Custom PCB Design
The custom PCB was not designed to be able to attach onto the 3Dot board as a shield. The point of this design is to avoid the number of wires being used to connect to the microcontroller.
Have custom PCB attach to the 4 pins on the 3Dot.
For future design reference it will follow a similar design shown by the following site:
The lockdown code that will disable the robot after 3 hits from the enemy was not included.
Verification & Validation Test Plans
Everything was good for the verification and validation test plans.
Smartsheet is good to use
The actual cost of the free items was not included
Fix the uncertainty for the resource report, it should be zero uncertainty.
WBS should not have a repeated loop process
it was a good demo.