Mobile Surveying Systems for Company Data Aggregation and Interpretation
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThe 4943 engineering senior design team at the University of Arizona developed the QuiPST mobile surveying system that allows for the quick construction and administration of surveys for use by clients. The project was sponsored by Raytheon, which deemed the software useful for collecting and interpreting data to improve the efficiency of the company. QuiPST is a client-server system that allows surveys to be responded to via Android and iPhone mobile platforms, as well as through web browsing. Surveys are created, and responses archived on a web server created through the Django web-framework. Users can manually trigger and respond to surveys, or be pinged randomly at requested time intervals. The resultant data collected and interpreted from the QuiPST system helped Raytheon in its evaluation of different project management styles.
Degree ProgramHonors College