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  • Robotic System Case Study

    Open-Source Educational Robotic System Problem Statement: Robotic systems are recently being used broadly in educational college courses due to the rapid increase of computer jobs throughout the world. Many students with a Robotic background wish to take up courses that involve more hands-on experience. This project not only helps the students learn about programming and Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related concepts but it also gives faculty the opportunity to emphasize the importance of teamwork in the framework of solving problems. Providing adequate power to the robot, and mounting components such as a computing board, USB hub, and battery on the system requires extensive engineering and design. This project will create a blueprint with an adequate baseline design so STEM faculty can focus on teaching concepts without being distracted by minor details. The Open-Source Educational Robotic System is a robot that will use a computing board, which will have sensing capabilities by using an open-source system in the chipboard powered by a power source. This robot will be able to gathered images and transmit them to a laptop or desktop. Requirement Analysis: In order for this project to be successful upon completion, it needs to meet the following requirements: ➢ Computing board able to run the ROS software and still have enough memory for programs to be implemented. ➢ Power Source is able to power the computing board and external…

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  • Forensic Evidence: Case Study

    1. The individuals I believe that ought to be interviewed for this investigation are Mr. McBride, Mr. Jenkins, Mr. McBride’s co-workers, and the forensic expert(s) who examined the evidence. Mr. McBride is innocent till proving guilty of taking “Product X” from Greenwood and his statement should be gathered accordingly. Mr. Jenkins statement would also need to be gathered to collect information as to how he came to believe Mr. McBride potentially stole the information and what the consequences…

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  • Analysis Of The Roku Ultra

    This is one of the most comprehensive universal search functions of any streaming device on the market today. Roku also knows which subscriptions you have and will list search results in order of price starting with the services that allow you to watch the TV show or movie free of charge. Roku Ultra roku ultra The Roku Ultra is the top tier Roku devices. It has the most powerful processor of any of the new Roku devices. It also includes functionality not found on any other Roku Device.…

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  • Intercultural Communication: A Personal Narrative

    that come up to the sidewalk. That was an adjustment getting used to cars zipping by me. The tube is something I now know very well. Public transportation in London is very nice and not what I thought it would be like when I think of public transportation. I can only imagine if I was a kid and learned how to ride the tube hoe much better, I would know it. Growing up here would be cool to be able to work the bus and tube stations like riding a bike. The amount of kids I have seen on public…

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  • Case Study: Harris City Transportation System

    portion of today’s infrastructure. The Harris County METRO facility and what it’s employees do exemplifies what systems engineering is. The goal is to make models and analyze them to further better the METRO transportation process, including improving safety, efficiency, cost and getting from Point A to Point B. In a city like Houston, timing, precision and intense focus is necessary to keep the system’s gears moving. Houston’s METRO system comprises of over 9000 bus stops and 1200…

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  • Smart Growth In New York City

    is in effect, you are saving gas for a starter, not polluting the air as much, and walking store to store, which is more convenient than driving from one store to the next. Moreover, the city has transit buses for those who do not have cars. Weather a millennial does not have a car because they cannot afford it, are saving money for a car, or just does not want one. There is always a ride for them. Also the public transit is very cost efficient for those who are on a budget. Most people do not…

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  • Walk Home-Personal Narrative

    My friends and I had just gotten off our bus to walk home. Our bus stop was in the cul-de-sac at the beginning of the neighborhood and we all lived either right in the middle or in the far back. It was a three-day weekend so we were all trying to figure what to do. Our choices were to either go fishing off the docks in the back of the neighborhood or go swimming from our small bit of sandy, muddy beach that has murky water coming up on it. I lived off the Lake Pontchartrain at the time. My…

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  • Case Study: NJ Transit

    Located in Newark, New Jersey Transit was founded by New Jersey Department of public transportation from the act of 1979, its mission to provide safe, reliable, convenient service with a skilled team of employees, dedicated to Customers’ needs and committed to excellence. NJ Transit purchased the largest private bus company to operate, later added the rail road operations. In 1984, both department of the organizations merge with NJ Transit Mercer to establish a combined organization with the…

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  • Chariot Swot Analysis

    Common transportations they take include Bart, Muni, bus, and Caltrain. However, sometimes they take Uber or taxi in emergency. Commuters need an easy and reliable solution for their daily transportation. They have functional jobs like showing up in workplace in time, looking clean and energetic, paying a reasonable price for transportation, and spending as less time as possible on the way. City workers want to feel good. Emotional jobs include feeling relaxed,…

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  • Macro Environment Observation

    first environment that we explored was Ecuador's capital, Quito. Quito is composed of a crowded atmosphere, which starts from the minute the sun rises to after the sun sets. Every Morning as my partner and I walked to the nearest bus stop, we observed how the streets were filled with cars, taxis and people walking. The large amount of cars that were in the city increased the amount of smog in the air. As the buses drove passed us, we experienced the extreme and profound smell of its dark smog.…

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