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MIT2_017JF09_final

MIT2_017JF09_final - Department of Mechanical Engineering...

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Department of Mechanical Engineering 2.017 Design of Electromechanical Robotic Systems, Fall 2009 Final Presentation Slides: What We Expect Draft (not graded) is Due: 12/1/09 (TUESDAY) ± Final Slides are Due: 12/10/09 10:00 am (THURSDAY) ± Final Presentations are Given: 12/10/09 11:00 (THURSDAY) ± We expect a set of slides from each team, with probably 25 – 30 used in the main presentation. Because this is your major and final deliverable for the class, you may include additional slides in the same file to tell the whole story. Each team will have thirty minutes to speak and ten minutes of Q&A. We will likely invite guests, so try to make your presentation accessible to the “intelligent layperson.” Keep it very linear and easy to follow. Grading of the final presentation and slides is for the group 5%, and individually 10%. The slides and presentation should: x Include the project title, team name, team members, and date. x State the final objective of your project and a practical application, and describe the high- level functional requirements that you identified for your vehicle system.
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