It is assumed that the system description above is a prototype that will further help the system analyst and other stakeholders to revise requirements collection after demonstrating its functionality. The second assumption is that users of this system are present at every stage of development so that the system can be fine tuned according to their preference. Another assumption is that requirements are partially known from the beginning of the very first phase.
The project is also being developed from the scratch until the final deliverable is achieved. The development methodology also assumes waterfall model of system development life cycle. The next assumption is that this solar panel system is to be implemented from passive solar design and therefore the passive system is simple since it has few moving parts and need minimum maintenance. In addition, this passive solar design does not need mechanical systems. One risk that is involved here is that the project must be implemented irrespective of the cost to be incurred in terms of time and money (Dell'Orto et al. 2012).
The resources required for the implementation of this system include computers, that is, either desktop or laptop. Human resources like programmers and system analyst will be required for the smooth running of all processes required to accomplish the system. Even users are part of the resources since their views are taken into an account at every stage of development. Other resources may include information notebooks and pens to help in recording of other facts during the time of data collection.
Finances are also needed to cater for costs of data collection, cost of analysis, design and implementation. However, the time is the most important resource in this case because system components will have to finish up within the scheduled deadline. It is because increasing time constraint for a given activity in the project may mean delaying other deliverables for the other succeeding phases hence adding up again to the overall cost of implementing the system.
The above system description is a conceptualized details and description of the software based solar panel control system that is expected. Given enough and relevant resources that are mentioned above, then the implementation part of it can be simpler. However, the success of the system will only be realized if all the stages described above are strictly followed to enhance high degree of accuracy as well as to avoid missing data. All the relevant stakeholders must also be present at all stages of this project management to avoid future victimization of future flaws in the system being directed to a single individual.
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Vivas, J. L, Agudo, I, and López, J, 2011, A methodology for security assurance-driven system development, Requirements Engineering, 16(1), 55-73.
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