Check out the description of a real world situation below, shared by the American Society of Engineering Education’s publication “Prism” March/April 2020 issue. What would you design to help solve this problem?
“Weighing up to 1,500 pounds and standing up to 10 feet tall on its hind legs, a grizzly bear is more than a match for most creatures in the natural world. But it doesn’t stand much of a chance against a train – the leading cause of death at Canada’s national parks among grizzlies, a threatened species under Alberta provincial law. While bears have acute hearing, sounds can be obscured by vegetation, snow, or topography, especially around track curves.”