- People described
- Research they’ve done
- Research that has eliminated some approches
- Acquiring parts for the robot
- Building boards, cargo boxes
- Building prototypes
- Designing modules in Solid Works
- Documenting the group meetings
- Looking at Arudino code and tutorials
- Organizing their group meetings
- Studying course rules/layouts
- Testing motors
- Testing sensors
- Working on Kinect and Raspberry PI
- Writing code
- Need to
- Attend more meetings — my group and other groups
- Get more connections with other groups
- Waiting on
- Computer Science students
- Engineering students
- Parts to be built and wired
- Parts to be programmed
- Want to know
- What information will be provided from modules
- Want to do
- Contribute to other groups
- Write some code
- Feel like
- Everyone has a different work schedule
- In uncharted territory
- Need to get better at programming
Another way that I could become more productive is to have the XXXX team develop an initial prototype (or many easily replicated ones). This way we could allow other teams to see what we want to start with, as well as receive feedback on the initial design.
As we move fowards with this project, I think that better intergroup communication would make everyone more productive. I think if we set up a 5-ish minute rotation during class for each group to talk to each other one on one, we would see much more progress.
However, personally I feel like I am treading in uncharted territory and this could be one reason for a lack of productivity.
I also envision some of the teams (....) merging as we grow more dependent on each other to complete our tasks. These things will make me and the whole team more productive.
I also feel that myself, and .... could/would benefit from a few simple tutorials or demonstrations of the different components used including the Arduino, Raspberry Pi, various sensors.
It is time to decide on one or two clear plans for the robot and star building. Then I believe everyone’s productivity increase dramatically.
Online reviews of our distance sensors make our sensors seem so unpromising for proper beam narrowness that image-processing looks better and better.
we need to have a management team that mange the production and the tasks for each team.
What I believe would make me more productive would be to have an idea of what I should actually be doing at this point
When we begin the actual programming aspect I feel I will be more productive for the group.