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about dam in egypt

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  • 10/7/2011
  • 10/7/2011
  • Introduction – Web portal  What’s a portal?  A web portal consists of applications that deliver information (content) and/or services from multiple sources, via a device channel at a device specific location, in a context relevant to the needs of an individual in a specific role.10/7/2011
  • Three views of a Web portal :  Business View  It is a means for the owner to reach a specific target audience with a tailored set of information &apps.  User’s View  Interested in functionality, look & feel,availability,ease of use and reliability.  Technical View  Using handy devp’t tools,handling the business logic etc..10/7/2011
  • Why a web portal ..?(statement of the problem  Very low interaction b/n people about dam.  To deliver a precise & up-to-date information.  Record gradual devp’t of the construction process.  Lack of room to entertain people’s opinion about the project.10/7/2011
  • Why a web portal ..?( statement of the problem  Unnecessary redundancy / duplication of information  Delays in access and data insecurity  Less integrated data and inconsistency  Un managed information flow (please see statement of problem on the technical proposal)10/7/2011
  • Advantages of the Portal…  Improving the efficiency of services provided by designated governmental organizations by enabling employees of the project access valuable and reliable information at ease.  Increasing accessibility of information about the project goings-on through the delivery of valuable information to public easily .10/7/2011
  • Advantages of the portal  To increase transparency and accountability between the public and government by increasing the quality and speed of information delivered from and to. .10/7/2011
  • General objectives of this Project  Data Capturing  Data Processing  Data Presenting  Creating Interaction  Promotion and facilitating of functionalities that enhance the construction fo the dam10/7/2011
  • Specific objectives  Achievement of the above general objective demands meeting the following specific objectives.  A thorough analysis of the manual system in order to elicit the appropriate requirements.  Designing subsystems meeting the requirements stipulated during system analysis.  Preparing important infrastructures that will help to run the newly developed system (such as a World Wide Web Network).10/7/2011
  • Specific objectives…  Testing the system developed to make sure that all the necessary requirements are met (both functional and non-functional requirements)  Providing the necessary training for the Backend user and stakeholders involved in the system.  Dynamically reporting the completion of the data to selected user (employee).10/7/2011
  • Methodology(Object-Oriented)  Our methodology generally incorporates the following major tasks:  Scoping and planning  Analysis and requirement definition  System Design (screen designing and Sequencing)  System implementation  System integration(if any available)  Testing and Deploying  Training of both professional and selected end-users10/7/2011
  • Proposed System Architecture Three –Tier Software Architecture10/7/2011
  • Main Features of the portal  News & Events.  Content Management  RSS Feeds  Forums.  Divided into different groups .  Gallery(Pictures,Videos)  History of Dams,Abay(..client’s preference)  Ínterviews,Construction progress10/7/2011
  • Main Features of the portal(…cont’d)  Reporting Capability  Calculated projections using present and previous data.  Summarized reports.  Charts, Graphs etc..  Bonds  Facilitating purchasing of bonds.  Interest Calculating.  Bond Transferring.  Bond Redemption.10/7/2011
  • Main Features of the portal(…cont’d)  File Sharing  Upload/Download  While the above mentioned features are taken to be crucial ,other features and/or pages are to be added upon the client’s request at the requirement analysis phase10/7/2011
  • Development Tools  Microsoft Visual Studio 2010  Microsoft Silverlight  Microsoft SQL Server 2008  Crystal Reports  Adobe Flash(only for building animation containers)  Microsoft Project  Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is to be used as a platform to develop the portal10/7/2011
  • Project Deliverables  A Complete Web based Application (The Grand Renaissance Dam’s Web portal).  Documentation  User Manual  Training for selected personnel.10/7/2011
  • Others  Security  Passwords and documents will be encrypted .  End-users will have to register in order to access Bond, Forum and File Sharing Modules.  Users will be authenticated with different privileges and groups.  Localization  For the first version of the portal, users will have access to use Amharic language as an option.  It is in plan to include other languages (main focus is on local languages) on latter versions.10/7/2011
  • Summary  To summarize ,delivery and full deployment of the project will benefit the government and the public by:  Promoting the project worldwide.  Record history.  Help induct decisions based on present data and summaries(reports created from people’s opinions etc..).  Enabling end-users have instant and updated information about progress of the project.10/7/2011
  • Summary….  Benefit other third parties such as journalists, construction workers to upload and download information anytime, anywhere.  Facilitating purchasing of bonds from anywhere at any time.  Enhancing functionalities in the construction of the dam.10/7/2011
  • Thank You!