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==Week 1==
 
==Week 1==
Planning begins. BOM plan. Gant chart. What data to track and when.
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This week we began physical planning and code/data planning. Additionally we created our BOM and Gant chart.
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Physical planning:
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First where the parts will go in the box, what size the box should be, and where the box should be mounted on the board.
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Code/Data Planning:
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We started planning how much data we were going to capture, where to store it, and how to interpret it. We also started looking into communication protocols.
  
 
==Week 2==
 
==Week 2==

Revision as of 12:13, 6 October 2017

Group Members

-Sam Ragsdale
-Danny Andreev

Week 1

This week we began physical planning and code/data planning. Additionally we created our BOM and Gant chart.

Physical planning: First where the parts will go in the box, what size the box should be, and where the box should be mounted on the board.


Code/Data Planning: We started planning how much data we were going to capture, where to store it, and how to interpret it. We also started looking into communication protocols.

Week 2

Further preparation and planning. Need to have the project worked out so we know every part we will need.

Week 3

We've started developing the CAD model of all of the components to make a box that holds the sensors and the Raspi. Ideally the print V1 should be done by the end of the week. We've ordered all the components and have started working on learning the libraries necessary to communicate between the Raspi and the external sensors.
<a href="https://uploadfiles.io/ibkna">Presentation Link</a>

Week 4

Files are now backed up on Danny Andreev's git repo under a larger electric longboard project. All electrical components were CADed.
<a href="https://github.com/lolomolo/LongboardMarkII/tree/master/Ev%20Sensor%20Module">Git Repo</a>

Electronics Assem Pic 1.JPG


The code planning is almost complete and ready to be started for next week.