This webinar will focus on the trade study, OSU evaluation, and Interface Control Document (ICD) for the project developed by the City of Columbus. The trade study's purpose is to identify the best technical solution among a set of proposed viable solutions. The trade study is the predecessor for the buy recommendation for the vendor product. In the summers of 2017 and 2018, representatives from OSU conducted an evaluation and field study of people with cognitive disabilities using application under the guidance of the OSU Pre-vocational Integrated Education and Campus Experience (PIECE) program. PIECE is funded by the OSU Nisonger Center in cooperation with the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities, in which people with cognitive disabilities participate in a six-week internship on campus or within proximity to campus. The ICD describes the interchange of data between the Mobility Management Server (source system) and the Operating System (target system), including relevant message structure and protocols that govern the interchange of data between these two systems.
This webinar is the fourth in a series of webinars focusing on the concept of operations and trade studies developed as part of the Smart Columbus program. To be notified about upcoming webinars, sign up for the Smart Columbus newsletter at: https://smart.columbus.gov/connect/.
Title: Smart Columbus Program Mobility Assistance for People with Cognitive Disabilities (MAPCD) Webinar
Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm ET