Rooms at risk from Insufficient Capacity

Hi Maurice,

 

I've looked at the list of LTs from Wes, and matched it against our list of LT WAPs.  The attached spreadsheet includes those marked in red from Wes's list - ie the ones where he feels there may be significant problems.

 

The right-hand columns show our own information on WAP usage.   Max Count is the maximum number of users observed on the WAP since the start of this year.  The columns headed >60 through >180 shows the number of days on which the indicated number of users was exceeded.

 

Naturally, with the introduction of the WiFi-based voting system, we'd expect the number of users to rise.  However, our stats do show that there is significant unused capacity in most of the LTs Wes highlights.

 

Bill Byers' analysis suggests the following LTs are in urgent need of upgrading:

 

* Anatomy LT

* Ashworth LT1

* Teviot west Wing

* Sanderson LT

 

Of these, Wes's list includes only Ashworth LT1 and Sanderson LT.

 

We have netjobs for Anatomy, Ashworth and Teviot West Wing, as well as JCMB LTs.  Anatomy has recently (17 June) had two new WAPs installed, so I have marked that as Complete in the attached list.

 

It's clear we're not going to manage to do all of these before the start of Semester, so probably we need to prioritise - input welcome.

 

Regards

Chris

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Project Info

Project
Next Generation Personal Response System Implementation
Code
TEL023
Programme
ISG - Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL)
Project Manager
Maurice Franceschi
Project Sponsor
Mark Wetton
Current Stage
Close
Status
Closed
Start Date
09-Feb-2015
Planning Date
n/a
Delivery Date
n/a
Close Date
11-Sep-2015
Programme Priority
1
Overall Priority
Normal
Category
Compliance