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Metrocity car

  2. 2. Prepared by P.SARAVANAN B.Tech.,
  3. 3.  Product: SIV (metro city hybrid cab with GPS) Target : urban people especially employees and students Pricing: 1.5 lakhs Type: Two persons seated Features: Smaller size, hybrid, GPS, Parking Assistant. Geographic: Initially starts with metro cities in India and
  4. 4. promotions: showcase our case in car Expos and give ads in motor magazines and automobile websites, Conducting special shows like NDTV’s cars and bikes review.Congestion in Metrocity: By 2030, more than 60 percent of the worlds population will be living in urban areas - Chris Borroni- Bird, GMs director of advanced technology vehicle conceptsWith the number of vehicles on the planet expected to grow from 600 million today to 1.5 billion by 2030, so we see electric vehicles as the best alternative, given concerns of foreign oil dependency, oil prices and climate change.
  5. 5.  We designed our car to meet the challenges of getting around major metropolises as urban populations swell. The 1.5-meter-long vehicle is three times shorter than a typical car and weighs less than 500 kilograms, one third as much as most cars on the road today. The SI-V relies on dynamic stabilization technology to keep its balance
  6. 6.  It doesnt emit any pollutants or climate change- promoting carbon dioxide. That is because it is a Hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle. Our car is powered by Hydrogen-Lithium ion batteries that can last up to 40 kilometers between charges, and the vehicle is designed to be plugged into a standard wall outlet for recharging. In fuel, Average mileage is 44.4 miles [71.5 kilometers] per kilogram [of compressed hydrogen gas], which is Hydrogen productionof gasoline equivalent of a gallon may also prove to be a better way of storing the energy from renewable power source like Solar Photovoltaic panels on the
  7. 7.  SI-V is designed to use high-speed wireless connectivity and GPS navigation to automatically select the fastest Alternate route, based on real-time traffic conditions, highlighting construction zones, slow- moving roadways, and traffic accident by the new "High Definition Traffic" system that monitors the electronic signals that are exchanged between mobile phones and the remote antenna towers that serve them, creating an accurate, real-time picture of where the phones are and how fast they are moving. HDT measures the traffic speed and location by measuring the speed and location of phones within vehicles.
  8. 8.  This information is broadcast via FM signal, cell phone towers, or via satellite. These signals are then interpreted and displayed as part of SI-V’s in-car GPS display, showing where traffic is slow in yellow or red. We use a compatible GPS device, plus one of these means of receiving traffic data signals: A special FM receiver.(Rs.5000) A mobile phone or mobile device with data service.(Rs.2000) An XM satellite receiver. Our traffic services rely on a mobile device with Bluetooth and a wireless data connection. The mobile device receives traffic information and updates it to the GPS in- car unit via the wireless Bluetooth connection.
  9. 9.  Our car also equips with sensors for autonomous functioning—helping drivers park and even avoid collisions. The vehicles body and canopy are constructed from carbon fiber, custom tinted plastics, and acrylic, which the company says makes it light but durable. GPS FEATURES 1: You know where youre going. 2: You dont need to deal with maps. 3: GPS improves night driving safety: 4: You know which lane to be in. 5: Safety features
  10. 10. 06-90 A multi chain restaurant We will meet this goal while trying to consider the effect of our products on the health the lifestyle changes created by modern living continue to fuel its steady growth. Trends are very important and well positioned for the current interest in lighter, healthier foods at moderate to low prices.
  11. 11. Three ways to purchase table service at the restaurant, take-out from the restaurant, delivery to home or office. -order through phone or netThe Menu moderate-low priced Indian Cuisines Our theme  healthy (low-fat, low cholesterol, natural ingredients), flavorful, and familiar.
  12. 12. Our goal is to create the image of light satisfying and still nutritious food.Production The chef will exercise strict standards of sanitation, quality production, and presentation or packaging over the kitchen and service staff.
  13. 13.  Local population Colleges and Universities Tourism Local businesses The student -- more and more young people have developed healthy eating habits. The health conscious person of any age or sex - - anyone on a restricted or prescribed diet or those who have committed to a healthy diet. Curious and open-minded -- "if you try it, you will like it." Through marketing, publicity, and word-of- mouth, people will seek out a new experience and learn that nutritious food can be tasty, fun, convenient, and inexpensive.
  14. 14. Future OpportunitiesThese people want to eat homely food but they do not have the time to cook. So we provide individuals and families with up to a months supply of pre-prepared meals.