College

College of Engineering and Polymer Science

Date of Last Revision

2022-05-05 15:16:44

Major

Computer Information Systems

Honors Course

2440:451:801

Number of Credits

3

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science

Date of Expected Graduation

Fall 2022

Abstract

In order to help consumers and businesses keep track of vehicle maintenance, I will create a program paired with a database that can track vehicle maintenance needs and when they should be performed. The program will be capable of tracking entire fleets of vehicles and based on the vehicle’s mileage, will notify users of what maintenance should be performed. Users will be able to add, remove, and edit vehicles in the system as needed and each vehicle will be paired with a maintenance schedule based on its needs. As maintenance is performed, it can be tracked on the schedule, which will account for any maintenance performed early or due to other circumstances. Lastly, users will be able to search for individual or groups of vehicles by their make, model, year, etc. to prevent having to scroll through every vehicle in the fleet. This system will benefit users by improving the reliability and uptime of their vehicles and by reducing long term maintenance cost by avoiding unneeded work and issues from missed maintenance. Another benefit will be the more consistent maintenance scheduling and costs achieved by regularly checking on vehicles.

Research Sponsor

Eugene Mourzine

First Reader

Dan Berlyoung

Second Reader

Nathan Yost

Honors Faculty Advisor

Zarreen Farooqi

Tomlinson-Jared-Final-Signatures.pdf (219 kB)
Final Signatures

Tomlinson-Jared-Proposal.pdf (377 kB)
Proposal

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