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  • INDICATIONS: For each SDO-mepss given criteria answer to the checklists and define the sustainable priority. For each slide insert a SDO-mepss print screen
  • INDICATIONS: For each criteria read the SDO-mepss guidelines and write the emerged ideas. For each slide insert a SDO-mepss print screen
  • INDICATIONS: FOR DRAFT CONCEPT TEXTS ARE SUFFICIENT (IMAGES ARE NOT NECESSARY) Story board describes during the time the interactions between the actors, and in particular the experience throught the user’s eyes. It is a sequence of static images associated with written texts which represents the (few) salient situations of the offer and its relative advantages. Background: synthetic and representative of the action’s context images. Actors: images underlined respect the background Texts: brief comments about what the actor does and why.
  • INDICATIONS: Inside the campus map, show where the elements of the system innovation take place
  • INDICATIONS: Rendering of the places in which the service takes place. In case rendering of same parts of the system which are defined with an higher detail (products, digital interfaces, etc.).
  • PSS

    1. 1. <ul><li>KNOWLEDGE MOBILITY AND RE-PRODUCTION </li></ul>GROUP 3 Mika Liao, Gil Nachmany, Chetan K.S, Aditya Pawar Sustainable Mobility Concept that integrates the distribution of knowledge resources (books, journals, reports) and their Reproduction . Designed for TUDelft
    2. 2. PROBLEM DEFINITION Lack of Accessibility Lack of Convenience Central Library not so central! Lack of time and other conditions like bad weather discourage people from visiting the library. There is a need to encourage more students to use the library services more frequently.
    3. 3. Users not returning books on time. Borrowing books for long durations of time might create deficiency in the library stock. Wastage of paper in prints and photocopies. PROBLEM DEFINITION Wastage of paper More Waiting Time
    4. 4. EXISTING LIBRARY SYSTEM Central Library Faculty Libraries Students Professors & Staff Web based request for Books Web based request for Books Web based request for Books Book pickup and return Book pickup and return Book pickup and return service Book pickup and return service
    5. 5. EXISTING READER ORDERING SYSTEM Web based request for readers Reader delivery to Faculties Faculties Print House Direct delivery to Students Collection of Reader at the faculty
    6. 6. EXISTING PRINTING & COPYING SYSTEM Students & Staff Print Command Collect prints from the printers Collect copies from the Photocopier Take the library books for photocopying Printers & Copiers at Faculty & Library Central Library Book pickup and return Students
    7. 7. Logistics Provider PSS SYSTEM PRINTING SYSTEM LIBRARY SYSTEM READERS
    8. 8. <ul><li>Readers </li></ul><ul><li>Graduation reports </li></ul>Collection and return of books, Photocopies PSS SYSTEM Web based request for reader and printing Graduation reports Delivery and pickup of books from Central Library Pickup Readers, graduation reports and other prints <ul><li>Delivery and pickup of </li></ul><ul><li>Library books </li></ul><ul><li>photocopies </li></ul>Web based request for Books, Photocopies, Journal / e-book prints Logistics Provider Faculty Library Student & Staff Faculty Service Desks Central Library Print House Collection and return of books, Photocopies Collection of Reader, Reports & other prints &
    9. 9. FINANCIAL FLOW MODEL Logistics Provider Student & Staff Print House Delft Gemeente TU DELFT Tourism & Hotel Local Enterprises and Business TU DELFT Private Investors Pay for weekend renting of HPV Annual Tuition Fees Annual Fixed payment Pay for logistics Pay for reader and prints Advertising Subsidies Capital Investments
    10. 10. INTERACTION STORYBOARD Scenario 1 Ordering books and photocopies
    11. 11. INTERACTION STORYBOARD Scenario 2 Ordering prints/ readers/ journals
    12. 12. ON SITE NETWORK The HPV distribute and collect the books and prints more than once a day The route includes charging points for the HPV at alternate stops
    13. 13. THE HPV HPV hybrid vehicles Velomobiles and cabin cycles are increasingly popular in colder and/or wetter countries as low-cost, zero-emission vehicles to haul cargo. The HPV serve as advertisement mediums to get additional income.

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