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Natural disasters such as tornados, hurricanes, and wildfires have a devastating impact on communities where these events occur. Lives are lost, citizens are injured, and infrastructure and property are destroyed. In the aftermath resources are limited, while the response and recovery is hampered by reduced communications and infrastructure damage. Based on this scenario use these high-level base requirement(SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENT)sPreview the documentView in a new window to propose a series of derived/low-level requirements for the design of a UAS down to the element level (e.g., air vehicle element, command & control [C2], payload, data-link [communications], and support equipment) to support response and recovery efforts.

Ensure you include applicable test requirements to verify the system will work as proposed and an associated schedule to perform the required phases of development (e.g., system development, ground testing, and in-flight testing). In addition, develop an overview to identify associated design considerations and decisions for your derived requirements. You are encouraged to locate and examine commercially-off-the-shelf (COTS) components to determine capability associated with the UAS elements for the derived requirements and testing strategy.

For this activity make sure you have read the Module 7 lecture(SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENT), which covers overviews of system development, system development, system ground-testing, and system in-flight testing. To complete this activity, you will need to:

1. Review the baseline requirement (see above).

2. Identify a mission of your choosing (relating to disaster recovery) and a realistic development time frame (how long to develop; e.g., six months, one year, five years) for the system.

3. Select three of the seven (3 of 7) major base requirement categories (i.e., transportability, cost, air vehicle element, C2, payload, data-link, and support equipment) and propose a series of derived requirements (using the associated subset of baseline requirements and your interpretation of what will be needed). Here are some examples (based on Trasportability requirement):

1 Transportability – Entire system (all elements) shall be transportable (in a hardened case) and weight less than 50 lbs (one-person lift).

1.1 [Derived requirement] – Transportation case shall provide cutout for air vehicle element.
1.2 [Derived requirement] – Transportation case shall provide cutout for ground control equipment.
1.3 [Derived requirement] – Transportation case shall provide cutout for power equipment.
1.4 [Derived requirement] – Transportation case shall be able to withstand drop from height of five feet with minimal surface damage.
1.5 [Derived requirement] – Transportation case shall weight less than 50 pounds when filled with UAS components.
Note: Each derived requirement only has a single SHALL (no ands) that is testable or verifiable (through analysis).

4. Identify a series of test requirements that can be used to validate and verify the derived requirements (once completed). Here are some examples (tied to Transportability):

10 Testing Requirements

10.1 Transportability

10.1.1 Item Storage Inspect the transportation case to confirm equipment storage cutouts Test fit the air vehicle element in the transportation case Test fit the ground control equipment in the transportation case Test fit the power equipment in the transportation case

10.1.2 Durability Verify that case can withstand drop from height of five feet Verify that the equipment is not damaged after drop from height of five feet Verify that the damage remains in place after drop from height of five feet

10.1.3 Weight – Verify the weight of fully loaded case is less than 50 pounts

5. Identify the type of development process, phases of schedule (i.e., 10 phase waterfall), testing strategies (e.g., component testing, subsystem testing, integration testing, test site selection, test preparation, flight testing approaches, and system certification), and an appropriate schedule to accomplish all this is.

6. Present and discuss any design decisions or the rationale used to justify your derived requirements (i.e., why did you propose what you did?) in an overview (several paragraphs).

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