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Chairman - Richard Wheal

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Proposed Problem 1
Inefficiency in the Construction Process, and the Continuing Demand for Eco-Tourism

The construction of a zero carbon footprint eco-hotel
Pros
Large market
Possible technological crossover
Cons
Common
Policy and planning difficulties


Proposed Problem 2
Hydro Station in Nepal
Pros
Most cost effective renewable energy technique
Cons
Social / Environmental disruption
Common
Capital costs

Proposed Problem 3
Inefficiencies in Supermarkets, and Diminishing of Low Skilled Labour

Supermarket remodel
Pros
Increase in efficiency
Cost reductions
Limit waste
Cons
Technological unemployment
Design complexity

Proposed Solution Specification
Company Chairman - Richard Wheal


Head of Civil Engineering - Samuel Lawman


Head of Mechanical Engineering - Silviu Mazuru


Systems Engineeer - Nicholas Hancock


Head of Design - Ashley Edmonds


Quality Control Manager - Michael Brown
Initial Team Planning
Evaluation of Initial Problem Ideas
Evaluation of Chosen Problem
Proposed Solution
Lessons Learnt
Conclusion
References

Presentation Agenda
Selection Process
Initial Process
Identify Problems
Brainstorm Initial Projects
Evaluate 3 choices
Decision Matrix

Generation of Solutions to Chosen Problem
Brainstormed Idea Solution
Design Decision Matrix
Select Preferred Problem
SWOTs

Supermarket
Efficiencies
Virtual and Automated systems

Renewable Energy

Efficient Work Flow

Footprint Reduction

Drive-through Store

Portable Store

Meals on Wheels

"To increase efficiency and sustainability through technological advancement"
Mission Statement
Introducing Automation into Stores

Improve Store Logistics

Provide Clean Energy Solutions

Limit Waste
Improve Store Logistics
Introducing Automation into Stores
Provide Clean Energy Solutions
Limit Waste
The Plan
Plymouth Road Sainsbury's Supermarket Remodel
Development of Automated Aisle
Harvesting of:
Rain Water
Solar
Tidal Stream
Wind Energy
Integrated Checkout to Ordering System, and Security
Team Development
Analysis of Team Strength
Team Skills Profile
Team Skills Deficits
Belbin Test
Set Team Roles
Create a Project Gantt Chart
Delegate Tasks
Bringing Renewable Energy to Some of the World's Poorest People
Lessons Learnt
Organisation

Bi-Weekly Meetings, Minutes Taken

Communication

Time management

Evolution of our initial Gantt Chart

Development of Gantt Chart
References
Conclusion
Thank You
for
Listening
We plan to reduce waste, and improve efficiency in supermarkets by:
Product and
Shipment Tracking
Work Flow Processes
Feedback Processes
Solar
Wind
Heat reclamation systems
Tidal stream
Biomass
Ground source heat pumps
Store-distributed recyclable packaging
Biomass
Limiting excess packaging
'Just In Time'
The Perceived Need
1st Decision Matrix
2nd Decision Matrix
Currently Inefficient and out-of-date
Technology is the way forward
Effective
High in store efficiency
High start up cost (SWOT analysis)
Environmentally friendly technology
Minimum energy usage
Reduced running costs
Decreased environmental impacts
Job Loss
Re-employ with extra training
Open 24 Hours


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http://www.zdnet.com/a-fools-errand-iphone-5-skips-the-self-checkout-line-and-nfc-7000004188/
http://cohoconsulting.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/2014-automated-supermarket-scanning.html
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/retailandconsumer/7957800/Self-service-checkouts-have-not-cut-supermarket-queues.html
http://www.futuretimeline.net/21stcentury/2014.htm
http://www.selfserviceworld.com/article/160994/New-study-says-self-checkout-terminals-to-quadruple-by-2014
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