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Unformatted text preview: ISyE 4106: Senior Design ISyE Presentation Examples Overview Overview Overview IS – “Elevator speech” Get audience understand your project in 30 Get seconds seconds Overview IS NOT – Disconnected list of details you’ll talk about Overview Overview Agenda Description of client Description of problem Proposed methodology Deliverables Value Summary Too little information Too Better content; hard to read Better Should have dollar value Good content; easier to read Good Should have dollar value Overview Overview Ov e r vie w Pe ople don ’ t pa y t he ir pow e r bills! Un pa id Bills Cu t ou t non ­ p a y j obs W r it e ­ offs M or e t h a n w or k e r s ca n h a n dle Explain terms: BAD Explain Southern Company operates three types of Southern hydroelectric plants in Georgia. hydroelectric – Type 1: Storage plant stores water in a high lake Type behind a dam. Water is released downhill through turbines to generate power. turbines – Type 2: Run-of-river plant is a dam across a river. Type Water is released downstream through turbines to generate power. generate – Type 3: Pumped-storage plant stores water in a high Type lake and a low lake. Water is released from the high lake to the low lake through turbines to generate power and pumped uphill from the low lake to the high lake to store power. lake Explain terms: BORING Explain Three types of hydroelectric plants – Type 1: Storage plant (high lake behind a Type dam) dam) – Type 2: Run-of-river plant (dam across river) – Type 3: Pumped-storage plant (dam/pump Type separate two lakes) separate Explain terms: GOOD Explain (show visuals while speaker explains) Type 1: Storage Plant Type 2: Run-of-River Plant Type 3: Pumped-Storage Plant Describe the Client Describe Describe the Client Describe Introduction to Norfolk Southern $9.4 billion in revenues Own over 100,000 freight containers 250 trains depart daily 21,200 miles of track Describe the Situation Describe Pilot Country: Swaziland Small size Wide range of conditions Historical data availability http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swaziland - Health Facility Location 4 World Health Organization Describe the Situation Describe Varying DC Customer Patterns Circular spread: difficult routing Linear spread: easy routing Describe the Situation Describe Describe the Situation Describe Describe the Situation Describe Describe the Situation Describe Describe the Situation Describe 3 2 1 Charleston Knoxville yard Classification Macon yard Mobile yard Savannah 6 5 4 NOTE: Double-click slide and view animation Explain Terms People Might Not Know Know Identify & Quantify the Problem Identify Identify & Quantify the Problem Identify Retailers Receiving Low Service Retailers in Top 25 Not Receiving 98% On­ Time Service: April to December 2007 100.0 99.0 98.0 7 97.8 97.2 96.5 95.4 97.3 97.3 97.2 96.6 96.2 95.3 97.1 On­ Time Service (%) On-Time Performance (%) 97.0 96.0 95.0 94.0 93.0 92.0 91.0 90.0 Victoria's Secret J. Crew GAP Melaleuca S&S JCPenney Retailer (Ordered by # of Loads) Casual Male SMC Gymboree Target.com Overstock Disclaimer: This document has been created in the framework of a student design project and the Georgia Institute of Technology does not officially sanction its content. Identify & Quantify the Problem Identify Process Problems • Tug congestion at gate • 24% of cycle time spent at gate 2 Identify & Quantify the Problem Identify Explain Design Strategy Explain St r a t e gy I nt e gr a t e Econ om ic St r a t e gy nt w it h Ve hicle Rout in g h Ve hicle Rou t • Predict j obs wit h higher writ e ­ off pot ent ial • Logist ic Regression ( zip code, bill balance, age of account ) • Efficient rout ing t o raise com plet ion rat e • Vehicle Rout ing ( Clarke ­ Wr ight , nearest neighbor ) Explain Design Strategy Explain Explain Methodology Explain Explain Methodology Explain Explain Methodology Explain Explain Methodology Explain Explain Deliverables Explain System Implementation Excel data loads into Java GUI 16 Java creates I P, calls Xpress Results display in GUI Disclaimer: This document has been created in the framework of a student design project and the Georgia Institute of Technology does not officially sanction its content. Explain Deliverables Explain Tool I nt egrat ion Overv iew I n put s SKU Dimensions Order History Available Space Current Placement SKU Demand Piece- pick Management Tool Ou t pu t New Slotted Locations Required Shelf Space Max Threshold Min Reorder Quantity This inform at ion has been created in t he fr am ew ork of a student design proj ect , and t he Geor gia I nstitut e of Technology does not officially sanct ion its content . This presentat ion has been cr eat ed in t he fr am ew or k of a student design proj ect. The Georgia I nstitut e of Technology does not o fficially sanction its content. 25 25 Explain Deliverables Explain Solut ion: AMSOS Estimate Project Value Estimate Estimate Project Value Estimate Estimate Project Value Estimate Estimate Project Value Estimate Estimate Project Value Estimate Note on Answering Questions Note Engineers – Purpose: correctness – Direct/concise answers Answer what’s asked Lawyers/politicians – Purpose: defensiveness – Long-winded answers Coached to not answer! Coached not – Honesty Admitting error is okay… …better to fix the problem better than look good temporarily than – Obfuscation Admitting error is bad… …better to look good better temporarily (until after verdict/election) verdict/election) ALSO: One answer per question (or else you all look bad) ...
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2009 for the course ISYE 4106 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia Institute of Technology.

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