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CE400-EE400: Professional Development and Career Guidance


Assessment 4 [15%]


Assessing PI:
2.a, 2.b, 2.c, 2.d


Student Name

Anfal AL MESBAH


Student ID

58254


Major

Computer Engineering


Date

27-4-2022


Project Title:

hospital sanitizing robot: of criteria.


Supervisor

Dr. Chadi Riman

Questions:

Earned Points

Max. points

Question 1


30

Question 2


30

Question 3


40


Total grade


100



SO(2):

An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors

· PI-2.a: Identify engineering design requirements and define design strategy

· PI-2.b: Identify design constraints considering public health, safety, welfare, as well as, global, cultural, social,

· PI-2.c: Use a methodical process to develop and evaluate feasible solutions against specifications/requirements with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

· PI-2.d: Select a solution considering risks, constraints and making appropriate trade-offs

· environmental, and economic factors

I- [30 points] Taking into account the feedback of your supervisor, compile and detail the final list of:

a- Requirements:

· Low cost

· Less size

· High speed

· High accuracy

· More Safety

· Camera

· GPs

· Use Uv light

· Robot

· UV reflective shield

· Sensing mechanism system on the robot

· Light & color sensor

· Design a raspberry pi computer

b- Constraints:

 

· There should be less cost too, so everyone can buy it.

 

· Should it not be priced at no more than five hundred KD?

 

· The robot’s size should not be too large for it to be moved easily.

· Sanitizing robots can be installed in all hospitals because they are more active and provide more accurate cleaning.

· There are several colors and shapes.

c- Criteria:

· Low cost

· Small size

· High accuracy

· More active

· speed

· Safety

II- [30 points – PI-2.c] Based on your group discussions, detail 3 possible solutions taking into account your requirements, constraints, criteria, and other considerations. Also, detail potential risks for each of your solutions.

There are three factors to potential methods to solve problem:

1-


Physical cleaning of the hospital: The worker wears protective clothing designed to disinfect surfaces, a mask, rubber gloves, a hair net to cover the head, a long-sleeved apron, and closed shoes. The worker uses a liquid disinfectant before starting work and sterilizes himself and washes his hands with soap and water first and also after work. Rooms, bathrooms, chairs, and all other commonly used places must be sterilized as soon as people leave them. He needs cleaning equipment and cleaning carts for each place alone and asks them not to be used anywhere other than their designated place and to wipe floors and walls with a wet towel. And special disinfectants such as chlorine and ammonia compounds, and the worker cannot see bacteria and viruses as the robot sees, and this leads to inaccuracy, and it takes a long time to finish all the cleaning operations. In the hospital, the worker’s working time is only 7 hours, but the robot works 24 hours, and sterilization materials affect the worker, leading to allergies, infections, and eye and face problems. Physical cleaning is low cost, but sterilization is slow. It takes more time to finish sterilization. They get sick, infected with coronavirus. Many workers suffer from allergies, and it is difficult to inhale. Sterilization and tiring work in hospital roles and materials Maybe we can’t find it.

2- sensor with spray sanitization: The device works by spraying sterilizer automatically after two minutes of continuous work. The spray sanitization will be finished fast and be affordable, but you will need it. The spray sanitization will be in all rooms and be easy to find. The risk is that it is not pure because it affects the eye and the battery will discharge quickly, but it is inexpensive.

3-
hospital sanitizing robot: It is more secure, the robot work is more focused on cleaning and precision, and it finishes easily because it works faster, with more accuracy, but it is expensive, sensitive, and quickly destroyed, but it is more secure and without sanitizing. With robots, we do not need more people to work cleaning, the risk of interfering, shutting down, monitoring, or video staffing is eliminated. We have to install the robot and be careful not to fall or break it. The robot is useful in the process of epidemic control, especially with regard to measures to reduce infection. The robot can make a big difference in disease prevention by using its built-in ultraviolet rays to disinfect surfaces. The virus is not only transmitted from person to person, but also through contaminated surfaces. Ultraviolet (PX-UV) devices are effective in reducing contamination on high-touch surfaces in hospitals. It is able to eliminate germs and sterilize rooms from viruses and bacteria in just a few minutes, starting with curtains and door handles.

III- [40 points – PI-2.d]

A- Use the Decision Making Matrix to select your best solution considering criteria, risks, tradeoffs.

Solution 1

Solution 2

Solution 3

Criteria

Weight

Rating

Score

Rating

Score

Rating

Score

Cost

2

4

8

3

6

3

6

Safety

1

1

1

1

1

5

5

speed

3

2

6

3

9

5

15

size

4

3

12

3

12

4

16

accuracy

5

3

15

4

20

5

25

total

42

48

67

Rank

3

2

1

Continue

No

No

Yes

· Solution 3 (hospital sanitizing robot) has the best score, so it is the best.

· weight: from most important to least important

· Ratings of each criteria for a solution: 1,2,3,4,5

· 1 is the worst, 2 is bad, 3 is average, 4 is good, and 5 is the best.

B- Do you consider your best solution to be the optimum solution for your problem? Discuss why.

Yes, the hospital sanitizing robot is the best answer, in my opinion, because we need the robot in our hospital sanitizing robot project because it helps us reduce and limit the spread of viruses. They are also known for their accuracy, being faster, being active, high performance, and safety.

SO(2)

An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

Performance Indicators (PIs)

Performance levels (Rubrics)

UNSATISFACTORY

DEVELOPING

SATISFACTORY

EXEMPLARY

PI2a

Identify engineering design requirements and define design strategy.

Design requirements are not identified.
No design strategy is used.

Partial design requirements are identified.
Design strategy is not clearly defined.

The major design requirements are identified.
Basic design strategy is defined.

All design requirements are clearly identified and explained.
A detailed design strategy is defined and clear design’s steps are proposed.

PI2b

Identify design constraints considering public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

Minimal or no consideration of design’s constraints.

Only partial consideration of design’s constraints.

Major constraints are considered but not fully integrated into design.

All constraints are fully taken into consideration and efficiently integrated and applied into the design.

PI2c

Use a methodical process to develop and evaluate feasible solutions against specifications/requirements with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

Unable to produce solutions that meet the specified needs and the considerations.

Only a single solution of the problem is discovered that partially meets the specified needs and the considerations

Obtain more than one solution that meet the needs, however, not all solutions meet the specified needs or the consideration.

Obtain a number of solutions that meet the specified needs and the considerations

PI2d

Select a solution by considering risks and making appropriate trade-offs.

Unable to perform analysis nor to select a solution.

Partially analyze the different solutions, but not able to provide a solid method on how to select a solution.

Analyze the different solutions, and provide a clear methodology on how to select a solution.

Successfully analyze and evaluate all solutions. Select the optimum one. Use the insights and the gained knowledge to re-assess the design.

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Deliverable 1 [15%]


Student Name

Anfal A AL Mesbah


Student ID

58254


Major

Computer Engineering


Date

10/3/2022


Project Title:

Hospital Sanitizing Robot


Supervisor

Dr. chadi Riman

Questions:

Earned Points

Max. points

Question 1


40

Question 2


30

Question 3


30


Total grade


100


Answer the following questions individually:

Please provide a clear problem formulation for:

I. [40 points] In few lines, describe the context of the project, detailing its main cause or source.

This project talks about sterilizing hospitals by using the power of ultraviolet sterilization to kill germs and bacteria to avoid the spread of viruses and not infect many people. Since hospitals are places for treating viruses and diseases, they must be sterilized continuously as a result of the rapid spread of the Corona virus throughout the world, which led to its rapid spread and high rate of infection. And because of this virus, it caused many deaths. And because of the continuous sterilization of hospitals, it reduced infections with the virus.

II. [30 points] In few lines, Describe the relevance/importance of the project

The importance of this project is to reduce infection with viruses and epidemics since hospitals are sensitive places for the large number of people present in them, and diseases and viruses spread in them at a tremendous speed. Continuous sterilization helps reduce infections and viruses to limit the spread of the epidemic.

III. [30 points] Describe your preferred learning strategy that you will use and why?

The best learning strategy is to use the AUM library because it has reliable information and books available to all students at any time, search on Google because it contains a lot of information, and also work with groups to take some opinions and discuss them to benefit together, and take notes in lectures. When I get home, I will review my notes and study notes.

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CE400: Professional Development and Career Guidance



EE400: Professional Development and Career Guidance


Deliverable 1 [15%]


Student Name


Student ID


Major


Date


Project Title:


Supervisor

Questions:

Earned Points

Max. points

Question 1


40

Question 2


30

Question 3


30


Total grade


100


Answer the following questions individually:

Please provide a clear problem formulation for:

I. [40 points] In few lines, describe the context of the project, detailing its main cause or source.

II. [30 points] In few lines, Describe the relevance/importance of the project

III. [30 points] Describe your preferred learning strategy that you will use and why?

Please note that 10% of the grade of each question will be deducted for poor English writing and unorganized deliverable.

Please note that the supervisors have the right to ask you questions on the submitted deliverables; grades can be affected according to your answers.

Grades will be deducted for late submissions.

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Course : CE400
Dr.chadi
Title: Hospital Sanitizing Robot

Name : Anfal A Almesbah

ID: 58254

1- Research the topic:

2- Benefit :

3- use UVD :

4- Goals :

5- Topic help us:

Anfal A M Almesbah (AAMA) –

Camera

Robot

UV lamp

LIDAR

UV reflective shield

Sensing mechanism system on the robot

Light & color sensor

Design a raspberry pi computer

The design that we need in our project in hospital sanitizing :

– The size robot it should not be so much Huge to easy move it :

– Less cost, to everyone can buy and not be expensive:

– The weight of the hospital sanitizing robot :

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CE400: Professional Development and Career Guidance


Assessment 3 [15%]


Assessing PI:
2.c, 2.d


Student Name


Student ID


Major


Date


Project Title:


Supervisor



SO(2):

An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors

· PI-2.c: Use a methodical process to develop and evaluate feasible solutions against specifications/requirements with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

· PI-2.d: Select a solution considering risks, constraints and making appropriate trade-offs

Questions:

Earned Points

Max. points

Question 1


20

Question 2


40

Question 3


40


Total grade


100

1. [20 points] Based on your defined requirements, constraints, and objectives, provide your definitive list of criteria.

2. [40 points – PI-2.c] Based on your requirements, criteria, and predefined factors, generate three potential methods to solve your problem. In addition, show how each method meets the requirements of your design.

3. [40 points – PI-2.d] Detail the below points:

A- List and analyze the different tradeoffs/compromises in each of your methods

B- Evaluate your proposed methods by discussing the advantages and disadvantages, as well as potential risks.

C- According to A and B, Choose the best method for your design and defend your choice.


Please note that 10% of the grade of each question will be deducted for poor English writing and unorganized deliverable.

Please note that the supervisors have the right to ask you questions on the submitted deliverables; grades can be affected according to your answers.

Grades will be deducted for late submissions



SO(2)


An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.


Performance Indicators (PIs)


Performance levels (Rubrics)


UNSATISFACTORY


DEVELOPING


SATISFACTORY


EXEMPLARY


PI2c


Use a methodical process to develop and evaluate feasible solutions against specifications/requirements with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

Unable to produce solutions that meet the specified needs and the considerations.

Only a single solution of the problem is discovered that partially meets the specified needs and the considerations.

Obtain more than one solution that meet the needs, however, not all solutions meet the specified needs or the consideration.

Obtain a number of solutions that meet the specified needs and the considerations.


PI2d


Select a solution by considering risks and making appropriate trade-offs.

Unable to perform analysis nor to select a solution.

Partially analyze the different solutions, but not able to provide a solid method on how to select a solution.

Analyze the different solutions, and provide a clear methodology on how to select a solution.

Successfully analyze and evaluate all solutions. Select the optimum one. Use the insights and the gained knowledge to re-assess the design.

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American University of the Middle East

College of Engineering and Technology

B.Sc. Computer Engineering


Graduation Project I


Final Report

Project Title


Academic Year:

2021 – 2022



Semester:

Spring 2022


Course Title and Code:

CE400

Authors (Name, ID, Major):

Supervisor:


Abstract:

In this chapter, the student needs to put a brief summary of a research, or any in-depth analysis of a project subject.

Table of Contents
I. Introduction 4
II. Background and Literature Review 4
III. Conceptual Design 4
1. Defining the Problem requirements 4
2. Defining Project Constraints 4
3. Proposing Possible Solutions 4
4. Selecting the Best Solution 4
IV. General Discussion 4
1. Preliminary Cost Estimation and Justification 4
2. Engineering Considerations 4
V. Project Management 5
1. The Schedule of Tasks and Gantt Chart [PI-5.c] 5
2. Encountered Problems and Proposed Solutions 5
3. Students’ Responsibilities and Contribution 5
VI. Conclusion and Future Works 5
VII. References 5
VIII. Appendices 5


Introduction

A general introduction that includes the problem statement, motivation and the main objectives of the project.


Background and Literature Review

A detailed literature review section that includes a description of all the papers related to the project topic.


Conceptual Design

This chapter describes the main requirements of the project, constraints, possible solutions and the best solution.


Defining the Problem requirements

Discuss problem requirements and design strategy


Defining Project Constraints and Criteria

Discuss design constraints


Proposing Possible Solutions

Generate 3 potential solutions considering public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.


Selecting the Best Solution

Discuss the main advantages and disadvantages of the proposed solutions, then use the Decision-Making Matrix to choose the best solution that fits the requirements considering risks and tradeoffs. Include the HLD of the best solution.



General Discussion

You should give a cost estimation and an overview on engineering considerations.



Preliminary Cost Estimation and Justification

Font: Time New Roman 12.



Engineering Considerations

Might include: Health and Safety Issues Related to the Selected Design, Environmental Issues, Social, Cultural and Political Issues Relevant to the Region.



Project Management




The Schedule of Tasks and Gantt Chart [PI-5.c]

Font: Time New Roman 12.



Encountered Problems and Proposed Solutions

Briefly discuss encountered problems during your project: managing problems, task distributions, obstacles, etc.



Students’ Responsibilities and Contribution

Achievement and contribution of each student.


Conclusion and Future Works


References


Appendices

Font: Time New Roman 12.

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Deliverable 2 [15%]



Assessing PI:
2.a, 2.b, 5.c


Student Name


Student ID


Major


Date


Project Title:


Supervisor

SO(2):

An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors

· PI-2.a: Identify engineering design requirements and define design strategy

· PI-2.b: Identify design constraints: public health, safety, welfare, as well as, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors



SO(5):

An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives

· PI-5.c: Establish goals and plan tasks to meet the objectives of the team


Prepare a short 5min per student presentation discussing the below points:

1.
[20 points] Discuss at least one research paper related to your assigned topic / method.

2. [20 points-PI-2.a] Define and explain all design requirements, detail your design strategy and show your proposed design step.

3. [20 points-PI-2.b] Identify design constraints: public health, safety, welfare, as well as, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

4. [20 points-PI-5.c] Show your Gantt chart listing your achievable project main goals and tasks.

5. [20 points] Answering questions.

Please note that 10% of the grade of each question will be deducted for poor Presentation Skills and unorganized document.



SO(2)


An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.


Performance Indicators (PIs)


Performance levels (Rubrics)


UNSATISFACTORY


DEVELOPING


SATISFACTORY


EXEMPLARY

PI2a

Identify engineering design requirements and define design strategy.

Design requirements are not identified.
No design strategy is used.

Partial design requirements are identified.
Design strategy is not clearly defined.

The major design requirements are identified.
Basic design strategy is defined.

All design requirements are clearly identified and explained.
A detailed design strategy is defined and clear design’s steps are proposed.


PI2b


Identify design constraints considering public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

Minimal or no consideration of design’s constraints.

Only partial consideration of design’s constraints.

Major constraints are considered but not fully integrated into design.

All constraints are fully taken into consideration and efficiently integrated and applied into the design.

SO(5)

An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.

Performance Indicators (PIs)

Performance levels (Rubrics)

UNSATISFACTORY

DEVELOPING

SATISFACTORY

EXEMPLARY

PI5c

Establish goals and plan tasks to meet the objectives of the team.

• Unable to define or document clear goals.
Unable to make or plan a schedule.
• Unable to make adjustments and to complete the work.
Unable to perform assigned tasks to meet the objectives.

• Partially able to define or document clear goals.
• Partially able to make or plan a schedule.
• Partially able to make adjustments and to complete the work.
• Partially able to perform assigned tasks to meet the objectives.

• Able to define or document clear goals.
Able to make or plan a schedule.
• Able to make adjustments and to complete the work.
• Able to perform assigned tasks to meet the objectives.

• Strongly able to define or document clear goal accurately.
• Able to make or plan a schedule on time.
• Able to make adjustments and to complete the work precisely.
• Able to perform assigned tasks to meet the objectives accurately.

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Assessment 4 [15%]


Assessing PI:
2.a, 2.b, 2.c, 2.d


Student Name


Student ID


Major


Date


Project Title:


Supervisor

Questions:

Earned Points

Max. points

Question 1


30

Question 2


30

Question 3


40


Total grade


100



SO(2):

An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors

· PI-2.a: Identify engineering design requirements and define design strategy

· PI-2.b: Identify design constraints considering public health, safety, welfare, as well as, global, cultural, social,

· PI-2.c: Use a methodical process to develop and evaluate feasible solutions against specifications/requirements with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

· PI-2.d: Select a solution considering risks, constraints and making appropriate trade-offs

· environmental, and economic factors

I- [30 points] Taking into account the feedback of your supervisor, compile and detail the final list of:

a- Requirements [10 points – PI-2.a]

b- Constraints [10 points – PI-2.b]

c- Criteria [10 points]

II- [30 points – PI-2.c] Based on your group discussions, detail 3 possible solutions taking into account your requirements, constraints, criteria, and other considerations. Also, detail potential risks for each of your solutions.

III- [40 points – PI-2.d]

A- Use the Decision Making Matrix to select your best solution considering criteria, risks, tradeoffs.

B- Do you consider your best solution to be the optimum solution for your problem? Discuss why.

Please note that 10% of the grade of each question will be deducted for poor English writing and unorganized deliverable.

Please note that the supervisors have the right to ask you questions on the submitted deliverables; grades can be affected according to your answers.

Grades will be deducted for late submissions.


SO(2)

An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

Performance Indicators (PIs)

Performance levels (Rubrics)

UNSATISFACTORY

DEVELOPING

SATISFACTORY

EXEMPLARY

PI2a

Identify engineering design requirements and define design strategy.

Design requirements are not identified.
No design strategy is used.

Partial design requirements are identified.
Design strategy is not clearly defined.

The major design requirements are identified.
Basic design strategy is defined.

All design requirements are clearly identified and explained.
A detailed design strategy is defined and clear design’s steps are proposed.

PI2b

Identify design constraints considering public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

Minimal or no consideration of design’s constraints.

Only partial consideration of design’s constraints.

Major constraints are considered but not fully integrated into design.

All constraints are fully taken into consideration and efficiently integrated and applied into the design.

PI2c

Use a methodical process to develop and evaluate feasible solutions against specifications/requirements with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.

Unable to produce solutions that meet the specified needs and the considerations.

Only a single solution of the problem is discovered that partially meets the specified needs and the considerations

Obtain more than one solution that meet the needs, however, not all solutions meet the specified needs or the consideration.

Obtain a number of solutions that meet the specified needs and the considerations

PI2d

Select a solution by considering risks and making appropriate trade-offs.

Unable to perform analysis nor to select a solution.

Partially analyze the different solutions, but not able to provide a solid method on how to select a solution.

Analyze the different solutions, and provide a clear methodology on how to select a solution.

Successfully analyze and evaluate all solutions. Select the optimum one. Use the insights and the gained knowledge to re-assess the design.

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