1.8 Proposal Presentation


You'll create a slide presentation that summarizes your team’s proposal for its robot prototype. Practice your presentation before delivering it to your class. This will be an opportunity for other project teams to ask questions and provide constructive feedback to help your team clarify and improve its project concept.

Your team's presentation should include the following (in this order):

  1. Project Team: product name, team name, team members & their roles

  2. Value Proposition: Be sure the value proposition for your project concept is clear and compelling.

  3. Competitive Analysis: Briefly describe the examples of competing products & highlight their key strengths and weaknesses. Explain the opportunities your team identified to design a product that is unique or better compared to the competitors.

  4. User Research (Persona): Identify how many people were interviewed and how they were selected. Highlight key aspects of the persona that was created from the interview data.

  5. Robot Task Scenarios: Show the diagrams for the robot task scenarios, and briefly explain each task scenario: what is the goal of the task, what will the demo environment include, what behaviors will the robot demonstrate, what parts or actions might be simulated, how will the robot's performance be measured or evaluated, etc.

The presentation should have 6-12 slides and take 5-10 minutes to deliver.

❏ Deliverable

Submit your team’s slide presentation


✓- Below Standard

✓ Meets Standard

✓+ Exceeds Standard

Content: Information presented in a way that is not always clear, concise, and logical. The presentation style and selection of material is not fully appropriate for the context.

Information presented in a clear, concise, and logical manner. The selection of material and style is appropriate and effective.

Exceptionally curated information that is presented in an interesting, coherent and memorable way.

Delivery: Eye contact, poise, and appropriate voice-level often lacking.

Vocal clarity, eye-contact, and physical composure maintained throughout

An exceptionally engaging delivery lacking unnecessary distractions from the content.