CIM 302 Projects & Risk Management<br />Team 14<br />Wheelie Good! Project<br />(Prabhakaran Athikesavalu) <br />CharoulaA...
Wheelie Good! Project overview<br />Aims :<br />Provide an online website and mobile application that offers a route plann...
Wheelie Good! Benefits<br />User Benefits<br />•	Increase confidence for wheelchair users to travel and increase safety fo...
Wheelie Good! Assumptions<br />Pilot<br />•	Launch of website and mobile solution will be a pilot for 6 months to establis...
Wheelie Good! User Requirements & scope<br />Website<br />•	Online website with a registered domain that is compatible wit...
Wheelie Good! Project Plans & Stages<br /><ul><li>The Wheelie Good! Project plan is based on the Prince2 stages</li></ul>•...
Wheelie Good! Project Structures<br />Team Structure<br />•	The Wheelie Good! project structure adopts elements of the Pri...
Wheelie Good! User Interaction<br />4.	When the user has selected ‘Get Directions’ the website API to Google Maps will ret...
Wheelie Good! Future Roadmap<br />Website<br />•Increase scalability of the website to cater for anticipated growth and en...
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  1. 1. CIM 302 Projects & Risk Management<br />Team 14<br />Wheelie Good! Project<br />(Prabhakaran Athikesavalu) <br />CharoulaAchilleous<br />DhawanAmavasya<br />PrabhakaranAthikesavalu<br />Jai Grygoruk<br />1<br />
  2. 2. Wheelie Good! Project overview<br />Aims :<br />Provide an online website and mobile application that offers a route planner that will identify accessible routes and places for people in wheelchairs or with buggies<br />Objectives :<br />•Provide wheelchair friendly routes and directions that includes but is not limited to wheelchair ramps, elevators, tube station elevators and large parking spaces<br />• Initial routes will cover Central London only for the first 6 months as a pilot to allow technology and processes to mature before expansion<br />• Gain 10,000 route searches on the website within 12 months of launch to ensure advertisers on the website are receiving adequate user traffic<br />• 2,000 user accounts to be created within 6 months of launch to facilitate online forum participation<br />• £15,000 generated from advertising on the website within 6 months of launch to cover project costs and provide revenue for future website and mobile expansion<br />• Expand routes to include greater London (within M25) within 12 months based on proven success from the pilot routes covering Central London<br />2<br />
  3. 3. Wheelie Good! Benefits<br />User Benefits<br />• Increase confidence for wheelchair users to travel and increase safety for their journeys<br />• Decrease journey time for users through improved journey planning<br />• Ensure user satisfaction through use of routes and participation in the online community through Wheelie Good!<br />• Can be used during the Olympics and Paralympics of 2012 from both athletes and visitors<br />Project Benefits<br />• Revenue generation from advertising of wheelchair friendly restaurants or hotels<br />• Opportunity to develop website in preparation for the London Paralympics<br />3<br />
  4. 4. Wheelie Good! Assumptions<br />Pilot<br />• Launch of website and mobile solution will be a pilot for 6 months to establish technology, processes and business model<br />Resources<br />• Resources that will form the project team will be a combination of paid resources and resources that are seeking project work experience as part of their University course and are willing to work on an unpaid basis<br />Government Database<br />• Data required for buildings to comply with the Disabilities Act is available from a Government database that the Wheelie Good! website will be able to integrate with<br />Funding<br />• Additional funding will be sought to expand available routes once the pilot is proven with a target of funding from the Government and London Olympics<br />4<br />
  5. 5. Wheelie Good! User Requirements & scope<br />Website<br />• Online website with a registered domain that is compatible with major browsers and utilizes Web 2.0 technologies<br />• Provides necessary security in conformance with Data Protection Standards for storing user account information<br />• Provides the capability for user interactions through forums and feedback on routes<br />Mobile<br />• The mobile application will be able to operate on major platforms but with limited initial functionality<br />Domain and Hosting<br />• Infrastructure and hosting must be adequate to accommodate the expected user load of 10,000 route searches within 12 months of operations<br />Integration<br />• Integration for the website and mobile application will be enabled to Google Maps and the Government database utilizing existing API’s and developed API’s<br />Support<br />• User support will be available through e-mail or telephone support<br />5<br />
  6. 6. Wheelie Good! Project Plans & Stages<br /><ul><li>The Wheelie Good! Project plan is based on the Prince2 stages</li></ul>•The timelines for the project are within the remit to be operational from 6 months after the planning stage is completed<br />•To support delivery of the website and mobile application a team of 10 resources including the Project Manager will be required <br />Stage Duration(Days) Start End <br />Starting Up A Project 7.25 05/04/10 28/04/10 <br />Planning 5.75 26/04/10 03/05/10 <br />Initiating a Project 3.5 03/05/10 07/05/10 <br />Controlling a Stage 31 days 07/05/10 21/06/10 <br />Managing Product Delivery 83.75 16/06/10 12/10/10 <br />Managing Stage Boundaries 48 16/09/10 23/11/10 <br />Close A Project 5 23/11/10 30/11/10 <br />6<br />
  7. 7. Wheelie Good! Project Structures<br />Team Structure<br />• The Wheelie Good! project structure adopts elements of the Prince2 structure such as utilizing a Project Board for the Project Manager to interact with approvals and advice<br />• The technical team structure will be managed by the Project Manager and will be responsible for activities they have been assigned in the Project Plan<br />7<br />
  8. 8. Wheelie Good! User Interaction<br />4. When the user has selected ‘Get Directions’ the website API to Google Maps will return the route map information<br />5. This information will be combined with data from the Government database that is integrated to the Wheelie Good! Database<br />6. The combination of Google Maps and Government data along with verified routes will be displayed to the user<br />1. Users will enter the URL http://www.wheeliegood.cominto their browser<br />2. The website will allow them to enter a start and end location<br />3. The process will be similar to using Google Maps except it will be specific to criteria that is suitable for Wheelchair users<br />8<br />
  9. 9. Wheelie Good! Future Roadmap<br />Website<br />•Increase scalability of the website to cater for anticipated growth and ensure that Web 2.0 technologies are leveraged to improve functionality<br />Advertising<br />•Have a proven model that advertisers can realize a return on based on generated traffic from click-through on the Wheelie Good! website and mobile application<br />Routes Expansion<br />•Increase the user base and traffic to the website by increasing the routes available in major cities within the UK<br />London Paralympics<br />•Aim to be associated with the London Paralympics by being the official website for disabled athletes and teams to navigate and plan routes in London<br />9<br />

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