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  1. Parking Administration Systems(P.A.S.)Old Dominion UniversityCS 410 Blue Team Ken Dixon, Michael Hall, Kyle Jackson, Josh Lafountain, Michael Leming, James Morris

  2. Organizational Chart CS410 BLUE TEAM 2

  3. Introduction CS410 BLUE TEAM 3

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  7. Contents Problem Statement Problem Characteristics Customer Our Solution Solution Characteristics How it works Mobile Parking Attendant System Tag Renewal Software Breakdown Database Tables What’s in the Box What’s Not in the Box Sample System for ODU(3 garages) Return on Investment Market Analysis Management Plan Development Plan Evaluation Plan Marketing Plan Market Status Competition Matrix Schedule Overview Phase 0: Conception Organization Chart Phase 0: ConceptionMilestones and Deliverables Customer Return on Investment(ODU – 3 garages) PAS Return on Investment Project Budget Funding Plan Risks/Impact Matrix Risk Mitigations Conclusion References Questions Appendix CS410 BLUE TEAM 7

  8. Problem Statement Business and university parking services currently lack an efficient online system for decal management as well as lot volume indication and prediction. CS410 BLUE TEAM 8

  9. Problem Characteristics No RFID to monitor traffic flow l No device indicating low capacity lots l available No automatic online decal renewal l system Lots expanding upward instead of l outward within the near future Long waiting line for decal purchases l Inefficient detection of parking violators l CS410 BLUE TEAM

  10. Customer Any business or university with a decal controlled parking system. CS410 BLUE TEAM 10

  11. Our Solution P.A.S. – A hardware/software system that facilitates decal management and lot volume indication. CS410 BLUE TEAM 11

  12. Solution Characteristics PAS will… • Record historical data and interpret patterns • Allow dynamic lot control • Provide real-time lot occupancy • Allow web-based renewals and volume checking • Incorporate administrative functionality • Display alternate lot volumes • Send e-mail reminders for expiring passes CS410 BLUE TEAM 12

  13. Solution Characteristics PAS will not… • Facilitate automatic ticketing • Indicate where empty spaces are available • Provide remote space reservation • Show routes to alternate parking facilities CS410 BLUE TEAM

  14. How it works CS410 BLUE TEAM 14

  15. Major Functional Component Diagram CS410 BLUE TEAM 15

  16. Mobile Parking Attendant System Wireless RFID scanner CS410 BLUE TEAM 17

  17. Tag Renewal CS410 BLUE TEAM

  18. Database Tables Student/Faculty Database Vehicle Table Access CS410 BLUE TEAM

  19. What’s in the Box • Customizable Software • Server Computer • RFID Handheld Scanners • Lot Computers • RFID Readers/Antennas • Testing RFID tags • Display Boards • Training and Support CS410 BLUE TEAM 22

  20. What’s Not in the Box • Network wiring • Installation CS410 BLUE TEAM

  21. Sample System for ODU(3 garages) CS410 BLUE TEAM 24

  22. Return on Investment (Customer) Convenience for the users: • No waiting in line • Reduces lot congestion • Identifies the location of least congested lots. Over time, the cost to produce parking passes is reduced due to the renewal system. • 4,254 decals would be distributed to incoming freshmen each year. Compared to 22,000 decals currently issued each year. Helps increase the number of tickets issued to parking violators, which will increase the amount fines collected. CS410 BLUE TEAM 25

  23. Customer Return on Investment(ODU – 3 garages) CS 410 BLUE TEAM 26

  24. Return on Investment (P.A.S.) In order for P.A.S. to break even, ~305 sales of the system will have to be made. CS410 BLUE TEAM 27

  25. PAS Return on Investment CS 410 BLUE TEAM

  26. Market Analysis There are a total of 4216 degree-granting colleges in the United States. 2533: 4-year colleges 1683: 2-year colleges - National Center for Education Statistics CS410 BLUE TEAM 29

  27. Management Plan CS410 BLUE TEAM 30

  28. Development Plan • Client/server software • GUI Screens • RFID technology • Based on future research • Input and Output drivers CS410 BLUE TEAM 31

  29. Evaluation Plan Phase 0 Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Evaluation Checklist (Phase 0, 1, 2 or 3) Technical Factor Personnel Factor Marketing Factor Administrative Factor Financial Factor Each phase will be evaluated based on the evaluation checklist for that phase. Frequency of Evaluation: 1. Every 3 months 2. as often as necessary CS410 BLUE TEAM 32

  30. Marketing Plan • Old Dominion University beta testing site • Target Market: Universities/Colleges with a reoccurring commuter/residential population CS 410 BLUE TEAM 33

  31. Market Status The National Center for Education Statistics’ data shows 120 colleges (2-year and 4-year) have more than 23,000 enrolled students. Of these 120 colleges, only 10 were found currently using technological parking solutions. - National Center for Education Statistics - Transcore Systems CS410 BLUE TEAM 34

  32. Competition Matrix Color-code Key: Green Blocks – Our system Grey Blocks – Other systems CS410 BLUE TEAM 35

  33. Schedule Overview * The entire detailed schedule can be found in Appendix D CS410 BLUE TEAM 36

  34. Phase 0: Conception Organization Chart CS410 BLUE TEAM 37

  35. Phase 0: Conception Milestones and Deliverables * The entire detailed schedule can be found in Appendix G CS410 BLUE TEAM 38

  36. Phase 1: Proof of Conception Organization Chart CS410 BLUE TEAM 39

  37. Phase 1:Proof of ConceptionMilestones and Deliverables * The entire detailed schedule can be found in Appendix D CS410 BLUE TEAM 40

  38. Phase 2: Critical DesignOrganization Chart CS410 BLUE TEAM 41

  39. Phase 2: Critical Design Milestones and Deliverables * The entire detailed schedule can be found in Appendix D CS410 BLUE TEAM 42

  40. Phase 3: Production Organization Chart CS410 BLUE TEAM 43

  41. Phase 3: Production Milestones and Deliverables * The entire detailed schedule can be found in Appendix D CS410 BLUE TEAM 44

  42. Phase 1: Budget Total Phase 1 Cost: $ 92,415 CS 410 BLUE TEAM 45

  43. Phase 2: Budget Total Phase 2 Cost: $ 739,717 CS 410 BLUE TEAM

  44. Phase 3: Budget Total Phase 3 Cost: $ 931,300 CS 410 BLUE TEAM

  45. Project Budget Overall Project Cost CS410 BLUE TEAM 48

  46. Funding Plan • National Science Foundation • Division of Information & Intelligent Systems • Digital Society & Technologies • Deadline: April 26, 2007 CS410 BLUE TEAM 49

  47. Risks/Impact Matrix Anticipated Risks: 1 - Customer Buy-in 2 - Hardware Failure 3 - Software Failure 4 - Cost 5 - Counterfeit 1 2 3 5 4 CS410 BLUE TEAM 50