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June 22, 2020
June 22, 2020
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The seamless integration of additional endpoint processing and storage as a separate component to an endpoint appliance can provide a platform for additional capabilities and services to existing products and services. A multidisciplinary project is presented where students were given high level objectives to add additional compute and networking functionality to field deployed mobile Cisco WebEx Boards. These additional resources support service monitoring and troubleshooting tools by providing a separate user agent to continually test the end-to-end network and control plane network performance. Students from BS in Industrial Engineering Technology, BS in Design, BS in Information and Computer Technology, and BS in Computer Science worked together to complete the project and deploy integrated Raspberry Pi systems to Cisco WebEx boards funded by USDA for community college and high school collaboration and distance education. Tasks accomplished by the student team include physical design, fabrication, installation, configuration, instrumentation development, provisioning and deployment. An assessment of student learning outcomes unique to the interdisciplinary project will be presented. This plug-and-play solution provides a platform for future innovation by adding functionality such as intrusion detection, use logging, inventory tracking, and hardware diagnostics.
Popoviciu, C., & Lunsford, P. J., & Pickard, J., & Sawyer, C. L., & Drummond, D., & Zynda, Z. R., & Lee, S., & Wear, S. (2020, June), A Multidisciplinary Project: Deploying Edge Computing to Augment Endpoint Functionality Paper presented at 2020 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual On line . 10.18260/1-2--34021
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