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Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

AQUAS Project Development

CS410

Fall 2004


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Team Members


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Overview

  • Problem and Solution

  • Critical Design

  • Project Phases

  • Managerial Methods

  • Marketing

  • Risks


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Problem Statement

Legislative Study reports that there are "more than 1,500 indoor air pollutants that pose potential hazards to public health".

The failure of heating and cooling system air filters to adequately remove deadly air borne pollutants poses a serious health threat in domestic household environments.

http://www.naturalair.com/othersolutions.htm


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Types of Pollutants

Sources Appendix A.2


Solution

Solution: Air Quality Assurance System

Solution

Air Sensor Unit

Wall LCD Console

Develop a system that detects, measures, displays, and alerts residential inhabitants of contaminant levels in the home.


Resources

Critical Hardware Design

Resources

$ 7- $10 each

Wiring

$ 5

Chassis

$10

$10

LCD/Console


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Critical Software Design

$10, 000

No Cost

Included with Windows 2003

$ 5, 000

$ 5.00


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Management Plan

Enterprise Unified Process (EUP)


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Phase 0: Scheduling


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Phase 0: Deliverables and Artifacts

Artifacts

Deliverables


Phase 0 organizational model

Phase 0: Organizational Model


Phase 1 scheduling

Phase 1: Scheduling


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Phase 1: Deliverables and Artifacts

Artifacts

Deliverables


Phase 1 organizational model

Phase 1: Organizational Model


Phase 1 budget

Phase 1: Budget


Phase 2 scheduling

Phase 2: Scheduling


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Phase 2: Deliverables and Artifacts

Deliverables

Artifacts


Phase 2 organizational model

Phase 2: Organizational Model


Phase 2 budget

Phase 2: Budget

www.salary.com


Phase 3 scheduling

Phase 3: Scheduling


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Phase 3: Deliverables and Artifacts


Phase 3 organizational model

Phase 3: Organizational Model


Phase 3 budget

Phase 3: Budget


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Evaluation Plan


Target market

Target Market

Residential Manufacturers

Primary

Secondary

Not just home improvement home perfection

The World Leader in Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Systems

Sources Appendix A.5


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Funding Plan

  • SBIR (NIH) National Institute of Health

  • Phase I: $100,000

  • Phase II: $750,000

  • Phase III: Investor Grants or Business Loans


Marketing plan

Marketing Plan


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Competition Matrix

Sources Appendix Item A.3

Current Testing Kits Appendix Item B.1


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Risks

5

25

Probability

1

Consequences

5


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Summary

  • Problem and Solution

  • Critical Design

  • Project Phases

  • Managerial Methods

  • Marketing

  • Risks


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Appendix A

A.2 Sources for Pollutants

http://www.nsc.org/ehc/radon/rad_faqs.htm#1

http://www.niehs.nih.gov/oc/factsheets/ozone/whatis.htm

http://www.ozoneservices.com/glossary/n/nitrogendioxide.htm

A.1 How a HVAC Works

A.3 Sources for Competition Matrix

Mold Detection Kit

http://www.professionalequipment.com/xq/ASP/ProductID.1088/id.6/subID.65/qx/default.htm

Radon Detection Kit

http://www.professionalequipment.com/xq/ASP/radon-testing/id.6/subID.66/qx/default.htm

Multi-Gas Detector

http://www.omniinstruments.co.uk/gasdetection/gasdetection.htm

Mini Vane Anemometer

http://www.electrical-contractor.net/The_Store/EX/451104.htm

Carbon Monoxide Detector

http://products.consumerguide.com/reviews/product.epub?productId=25659

http://www.professionalequipment.com/xq/ASP/gas-detector/id.6/subID.64/qx/default.htm

http://www.omniinstruments.co.uk/gasdetection/gasdetection.htm

Digital CFM Air Flow Meter

http://www.terrauniversal.com/products/measuring/digitalcfm.shtml

Enviro Check Home Kit

http://www.healthgoods.com/Shopping/Home_Test_Kits/Indoor_Air_Quality_Testing.asp

A.4

A.5Sources for Target Market

http://www.trane.com/TraneHomePage.asp

http://www.global.carrier.com/generic/0,1238,CLI1_DIV28_ETI143,00.html

  • A.6 Directions for AQUAS Installation

  • Attach Air Sensor Unit inside HVAC system 12 inches above the air filter.

  • Secure LCD console to desired location on wall.

  • Connect the Air Sensor Unit to the LCD console.

  • Press calibrate button to calibrate.

Complete WBS Phases 0-3 at www.cs.odu.edu/~vturnqui/project


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Appendix B

B.1 Current Competition (Testing Kits)


Aquas project development cs410 fall 2004

Appendix C

C.1 Additional References

  • Croom, Miles L., Filter dust collectors, McGraw Hill, Inc, New York, 1995.

  • Donovan, R. P. Fabric filtration for combustion sources, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1985.

  • McDermott, Henry. Handbook of Ventilation for Contaminate control. Butterworth Publishers, Boston, 1985.

  • McQuiston, Faye C. and Parker, Jerald D. Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Analysis and Design, Fourth Edition, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1994.

  • Oughton, D. R. and Hodkinson, S. Heating and Air Conditioning of Buildings, Butterworth- Heinemann, Oxford, 2002.

  • http://www.air-care-filters.com

  • http://www.air-care-filters.com/faq.htm

  • http://www.eepn.com/Locator/Products/ArticleID/26804/Action/Issue/26804.html

  • http://www.stpaultravelers.com/business_insurance/risk_control

  • http://www.eled.com/product.asp?catalog_name=LEDs&product_id=E1503CB-ID

  • http://www.eepn.com/Locator/Products/ArticleID/26804/Action/Issue/26804.html

  • http://doityourself.com/store/buildingwireuf.htm

  • http://www.provantage.com/buy-7CBTB00E-500-ft-solid-cat5e-pvc-jacket-cmr-rated-white-cables-go-bulk-wire-connectors-27355-shopping.htm

  • http://www.census.gov/indicator/www/newresconst.pdf

  • http://www.census.gov/popest/housing/tables/HU-EST2003-01.pdf

  • http://www.census.gov/const/C25Ann/sftotalac.pdf

  • http://www.deyes.sefton.sch.uk/technology/AS&Alevel/microprocessor_control.htm

  • http://www.salary.com

  • http://www.cmhc-schl.gc.ca/en/burema/gesein/abhose/abhose_ce25.cfm

  • http://www.health.state.mn.us/divs/eh/indoorair/co2/

  • http://www.radonseal.com/radon-level.htm

  • http://www.le.ac.uk/ieh/pdf/vocslflt.pdf

  • http://www.nyc.gov/html/hpd/html/for-owners/carbonmonoxide.html

  • http://www.seallabs.com/

  • http://www.syndistar.com/product_media/pdfs/pbfp117.PDF

  • http://www.thebostonchannel.com/health/880566/detail.html

  • http://www.s-pengineering.com/Radon_Testing/Index.htm

  • http://www.guntherhomeinspections.com/radon.htm

  • www.trane.com


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