Engineering senior design project 16049: visualization tools for connected vehicle systems
AuthorParber, Andrea Milena
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractThis document is a Critical Design Review which focuses on the design project “Visualization Tools for a Connected Vehicle System” sponsored by the University of Arizona Systems and Industrial Engineering Department. The purpose of this Visualization software project is to create a more intuitive and advanced user interface to display significant data and metrics produced by the MMITSS software system. The team working to design this Visualization software consists of five engineering students (with Systems, Industrial, Computer and Electrical emphasis) studying in their senior year at the University of Arizona. Through thorough research and discussion, the team has worked to create a software structure that utilizes the Model View Controller method to implement the Visualization. This design uses UML diagrams and Interface drafting methods to create a detailed and specified understanding of the Visualization. The visualization will be designed and built given a non-negotiable completion deadline of May 1, 2017, also referred to as Design Day.
Degree ProgramHonors College