Those commands and the sensors all sound good and appropriate. For some more ideas I think you could also include clutch, automatic or manual transmission types, actual key start, automatic windows. However creative you want to get. Voice command could be neat if you were driving in the simulation and just said winter and snow came down instead of having to restart simulation with new season. I think you are on the right track. Take a stab at it and see what you come up with. -Dave -----Original Message----- From: msit620-bluegroup-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:msit620-bluegroup-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of paul.d.gillespie1@xxxxxxxx Sent: Monday, June 25, 2007 7:49 AM To: msit620-bluegroup@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [msit620-bluegroup] Re: slide set 3 posted The following note has been forwarded to you by Paul D Gillespie from conference 'MSIT630 Section 9040'. ------------------------------------------ These slides look really good. Some notes would help as Dave suggested. The context DFD is important to me as I'm a doing the DFD Level 1 and 2 slides. Notes would help in watching the evolution of the DFD's. My major concern is the basic layout of the system. What user commands do we want to incorporate? The sensors I figure, would be gas pedal, brake, and steering wheel. User commands could be start, stop, weather conditions, ec. (voice recognition ??). We could get the design team together or I could just take a stab at the models and bounce it off every one else. This email and any file transmitted with it may be confidential and is intended solely for the use of the individual or entity to whom it is addressed. If you received this email in error please reply to the sender and delete this message. This email has been scanned by McAfee Group Shield antivirus service for the presence of viruses.