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  • 1. The future of PERSONAL TRANSPORTATION In the year of 2050 MA Design & Branding Strategy Design Futures
  • 2. WE ARE And we love car… JongBuen Kim 1105959 JeongBuen Lee 1101122 AiXuan Jiang 1127168 LiJun Jin 1106622 ChinChuan Chong 1123117 Sudathip Kaenratana 1123387 Javid Nourie 1101122
  • 3. WHY PERSONAL TRANSPORT? Increase in the number of cars per household in the UK. AIM to introduce new mean of personal transportation BENEFIT to make driving fun and efficient , reduce pollution & time taken BENEFICIARIES for car producers, people who use private transport in future Green Motor, 2011
  • 4. • Define current problems • Benefits • Beneficiaries Aim To introduce new mean of personal transportation to solve current and future problems Objectives • To analyze current transportation problems • To predict future problems • To predict the trend in 2050 • To propose solutions for personal transportation in 2050 Problem Identification • Congestion • Energy • Pollution • Sustainability • Technology Primary research • Interview with marketing director from KIA Motors • Interview with Prof. Hua Zhao (Mechanical Engineering, Brunel University) • Questionnaire Secondary research - Journals - Literature reviews - Case studies Blue Sky Suggestions RESEARCH METHODOLOGY STAGE 1 STAGE 2 STAGE 3 STAGE 4
  • 5. Problems that people face in today’s transportation Criteria for personal transportation in future Preference of in- car technology Criteria that people look for when purchasing a car
  • 6. PROBLEMS IDENTIFICATION http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/standard/article-23827451-london-congestion-europes-fourth-worst.do CONGESTION!!! Car is the main vehicle in London (40% of all trip) 50% of people in London drive to work Cars accounted for 33% of the travel market for short trips travel 800,000 People will work in London by 2025
  • 7. http://www.decc.gov.uk/assets/decc/11/stats/publications/energy-consumption/2325-factsheet-transport-energy-consumption.pdf PROBLEMS IDENTIFICATION ENERGY Car accounted for 2/3 of transport consumption in 2009 From 1970-2010, energy consumption in road transport rose by 91% ” Roadmap to 2050”- cut greenhouse emission by at least 80% Road transport energy consumption by type of vehicle, UK, 2009 CARS 63 % LGV 13 % HGV, 18% BUSES 5% MOTORCYCLE 1% Department of energy and climate change, 2011 <ul><li>2005 and 2050 – energy demand in transport increase by 120% </li></ul><ul><li>Fastest energy demand growth – air travel, road freight and light duty vehicles. </li></ul><ul><li>Demand for automobile travel double 3 times </li></ul><ul><li>30%-50% efficiency gains – insufficient to out weight demand growth (The Royal Academy of Engineering, 2010) </li></ul>
  • 8. PROBLEMS IDENTIFICATION POLLUTION & SUSTAINABILITY Air Pollution . Exhaust fumes affect air quality and health Noise Pollution. Affect quality of life Soil Pollution. Fuel and oil spills Climate Change. Release C0,CO , CH , and N 0 gas.
  • 9. http://www.decc.gov.uk/assets/decc/11/stats/publications/energy-consumption/2325-factsheet-transport-energy-consumption.pdfF PROBLEMS IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY Safety and Environment Friendly Safety programmed Fuel/ Electricity The world’s 439 largest cities spent $115 billion a year for fuel. Technology and Function Driver assistance, vehicle dynamics control, active and passive safety system
  • 10. PESTLE POLITICS *Political stability made a stable And safe traffic environment *Taxation leads to higher price of cars *International trade regulation ECONOMICS *Incoming level and savings *Increasing fuel, oil and raw material *The affordable level of cars SOCIAL *Change of lifestyle, income & Family TECHNOLOGY *New emerging innovation *Customised solutions *Alternative fuels LEGAL *Safety legislation: Improve traffic safety * Land use planning regulations to take account of transport needs ENVIROMNENT *Parking & township Infrastructure *Reduce energy consumption
  • 11. INVENTIONS TANGIBLE *Takes at least 7 years for the product development of a car *Currently there are already some corporation obtained the license to develop ‘FLYING’ vehicles *The main stream of the car development now is ‘ELECTRIC CAR’ * Automatic driving technologies is now being develop but according to the expert, car will never be autodrive in the future. The Invented technologies - Prof. Zhao INTANGIBLE *Sometimes concept cars are just to develop under certain circumstances *To show the technologies *To investigating the potential market and consumer’s reactions *To develop new forms and potential design of a future vehicles *To test the market
  • 12. HERE YOU GO!
  • 13. Blue Sky.1
  • 14. THE CONNECT CAR For the energy and space sufficient , Cars will connect and stack and move together To the same destination
  • 15. Blue Sky.2
  • 16. THE SHARING VEHICLE Why not share your vehicle? The hub will designed as a pick up point and Charging hub for cars. (Think of USB device ) *cause 80% of the car in the future will be run by electricity
  • 17. Blue Sky.3
  • 18. THE SKYWAY No more space on the ground? Lets use the vertical space . In additional, You can drive anywhere you like.
  • 19. Blue Sky.4
  • 20. PARASITE PARKING Space is precious. Building are designed for car attachment , Our car will send us right outside out office. Safe our time and space .
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  • 22. Department of energy and climate change, 2011. Energy consumption in the United Kingdom 2011. [online] Available at: http://www.decc.gov.uk/assets/decc/11/stats/publications/energy-consumption/2325-factsheet-transport-energy-consumption.pdf [Accessed 22/02/12] Green motor, 2011. Cars per household in the UK. [image online] Available at: http://www.greenmotor.co.uk/2011/03/uk-census-car-ownership-and-electric.html [Accessed 22/02/12] The royal academy of engineering, 2010. Making the UK's energy systems fit for 2050. [Online] Available at: http://www.raeng.org.uk/news/releases/shownews.htm?NewsID=553

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