1.6 Value Proposition

✓ TASK
➤ EXAMPLE
★ RUBRIC
✓ TASK

Your team will discuss and create a value proposition for your team’s robot concept using this format:

  • For [describe target users] who [describe problem or need], [name of product] is a [describe type of product] that [describe benefit or value].

Your team's value proposition is an “elevator pitch” that quickly communicates your robot concept to outside people and helps provide focus to your team as you design, build, and evaluate your robot prototype.

❏ Deliverable

Submit a document with your team's value proposition for your robot concept.

➤ EXAMPLE

VALUE PROPOSITION:

For busy people who want an easier way to keep their home clean, FloorBot is a cleaning robot that vacuums carpets and cleans floors, saving time and effort.

★ RUBRIC

✓- Below Standard

✓ Meets Standard

✓+ Exceeds Standard

Value proposition is not clear or does not offer a compelling need for the proposed solution.

Value proposition is clear and supported by the team's research.

Value proposition is especially convincing and generates anticipation to see the rest of the project. The value to users and other stakeholders is compelling.