Pot Holes Everywhere

Pot Holes Everywhere The problem has been clearly defined in the executive summary. They have clearly illustrated what the problem is and what is the causes the problem. The need for solving the problem is also well illustrated creating a state of quick response. The problem does not only affect small group of people but the entire population starting with the commuters to private and public drivers. The executive summary in essence states that potholes affect the economy of Delaware State. This is a great problem definition. The company that they have proposed to provide a solution presents it as a company that is capable of solving the current problem. This is because they have the infrastructure and the capacity. However, the benefits and cost implications for this company is not stated. The relationship between the companies DelDot the Ministry of Transport is not explicit. The proposed solution is an ideal solution to the problem according to how it has been presented in the executive summary. However, it has not stated how the app will be picking up new potholes and updates them to the system. This may be a great danger because users may not be keen on potholes as they depend on the app. The other challenge is what if there are many potholes at a given location that cannot be captured in the system. This project is not feasible because of the technology involved. It is not also feasible because weather patterns changes and results into potholes frequently. capturing each and every pothole is a challenge. There are areas that there is poor internet reception. How will they resolve the problem? The market aspect is also a challenge, if the transport department does not approve the app by DelDot will not have the market. They may also design their own app. Generally, this executive summary desires a lot. The summary is well written but the technology is not well written. Reference Carabello, Blase A., and FAHA Kanu Chatterjee. ACC/AHA 2006 practice guidelines for the management of patients with valvular heart disease: executive summary.Journal of the American College of Cardiology48.3 (2006).