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You are required to suggest a disruptive technology solution (e.g. mobile app) that will solve an outstanding business need or problem(s) in the business arena in an innovative way. You want to use a disruptive application to do something that is really cool like Shark Tank entrepreneurs! The project gives you a chance to show off your mastery and ability to integrate the different topics you have learnt in this class. For example see the sample project from a past student group that proposed solving the lack of parking spots in Boston using wireless/RFID technologies.
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Disruptive Technology Solution That Will Solve An Outstanding Business Need In An Innovative Way.
Length: 2 pages (635 Words)
Shark Tank Entrepreneurs
Finding parking slots in the big cities have become a major problem in the recent years. Traditionally, this was a problem associated with developed cities, but it is proving even more cumbersome to come by a parking space within the city centers of both medium and larger cities with the state. The expansion of the construction industry coupled with the multiplying number of cars elicited the parking menace extending it to the residential areas. As it is contemporary, parking is an approximately $28 billion industry in the United States and despite largely disjointed, it demonstrates developmental trends inclined geared towards amalgamation and outsourcing of parking operations and services. It is estimated that in the United States alone parking slots are between 200 and 700 million yet only 20 million of these slots are paid for. The notion of embracing technology to ease or manage to the park has been met with mixed reactions. In some parking facilities, growth and adoption of the electronic payment system are gradual while in some facilities in other streets, there have been appreciative eyebrows raised and this is attributed to the promising scenarios in parking convenience experienced by the customer (Delgadillo).