Presentation on theme: "CSE Senior Design II Final Project Presentation. 1 Monday, May 6 th 8:00 AM in ERB 103 Begins sharply at 8:00 AM in ERB 103 35 minutes Each team."— Presentation transcript:
1 Monday, May 6 th 8:00 AM in ERB 103 Begins sharply at 8:00 AM in ERB 103 35 minutes Each team has 35 minutes for: Presentation (30 min) Q & A (5 min) Store presentations Email a copy Store presentations on your computer or a USB drive. Email a copy to the instructor and the GTA before 8:00 AM on presentation day. Demos Demos will be set up in ERB 208 (lab) before 7:30 AM and done after the last presentation Poster board Poster board is set up with demo
1 Final Project Presentation Order/timing of presentations is: 8:00 – 8:35 AMTeam Checkmate 8:40 –9:15AMTeam Too 9:20 -9:55AMTeam PNI 10:00 –10:35 AMTeam Roboball 10:40 –11:15 AMTeam Mirrors, Inc. 11:20 AM - 12:30PMDemos & lunch Note Note: plan to begin your demo set-up early, and to be finished and in your seats in ERB 103 no later than 7:55 AM. Demos should be planned (and rehearsed) to last no longer than 10 minutes per team.
1 Final Project Presentation Content Roles and Responsibilities (1) Roles and Responsibilities of team members (1) OverviewConcept(2) Project Overview & Product Concept (2) Requirements Overview (2) Requirements Overview – Per baseline SRS (2) Requirements Completion Summary/Analysis (green, yellow, red button next to requirements) Design(4) Design Overview (4) Summarize ADS and DDS, design trade-offs Test Plan (2) Test Plan Overview & Results report (2) Effort Assessment(1) Project Effort Assessment: (1) Lines of code, hardware, earned value, time spent … TEAM Lessons Learned (1)
1 Final Project Presentation Hints for Success: Dress professionally Dress professionally and present at your best SPEAK UP - Project your voice to the back the room Hands out of pockets Eye contact with entire audience Rehearse Rehearse as a team – coach each other be crisp, concise, don’t ramble Stay on topic – be crisp, concise, don’t ramble graphics, pictures Use graphics, pictures wherever possible to liven up the presentation Practice your demo Practice your demo so you can show what you’ve done in no more than 10 minutes.
1 Final Project Presentation Other Info: Friends, family Friends, family, significant others are invited/encouraged to attend short celebration Please attend a short celebration in the lab area after demos (approx. 12:30 PM). posterboard Each demo setup must include a 3-part posterboard project summary Picture of team, title of project, key roles & responsibilities Product concept/description Architectural design diagram Key requirements, with completion indicator Lessons Learned Photos, etc. as required
1 Final Presentation Scoring Final Presentation Score by peer, GTA and instructor evaluation rubric (on website) Final Product Scoring by instructor per following scale.
1 Final Product Scoring Guideline 100: fully operational prototype, fully functional per plan, professionally packaged (extremely rare) 95-99: operational prototype, with minor functional deficiencies, cleanly and neatly packaged (rare) 90-94: operational prototype, some major functional deficiencies, packaged well as a prototype (common) 85-89: operational prototype, numerous functional deficiencies, not well packaged (most common) 80-84: functioning prototype, with minimal features operational, not well packaged or not packaged at all (frequent) 70-79: non-functioning prototype, unable to demonstrate key/critical features, prototype is not worthy of display (occasional) <70: non operational bread-boarded design only, numerous functional deficiencies, unable to demonstrate critical features (rare)