SINGAPOREiQ 2I RTeam Members:Wu HuayuXue MingqiangZhou JingboAlicia TanJulian AndrewsBen Lightfoot
The Issue   SINGAPORE
The Issue                    SINGAPORE      360 million hours    wasting time in queues
The Issue                    SINGAPORE      360 million hours    wasting time in queues
The Issue                   SINGAPORE            At a cost of     $7.2 BILLION A YEAR!
The Issue                          SINGAPORE            > LOST PRODUCTIVITY              > LOST REVENUE            > LOST ...
The Issue                      SINGAPORE         We want to give you        THAT TIME BACK!
SINGAPORE
iQ shows you    when and where  queues are shor test   and then ‘vir tually’keeps your place in lineSO YOU CAN DO OTHER TH...
SINGAPORE            So what might it look like?
Interface / User Experience   SINGAPORE
Interface / User Experience   SINGAPORE
Interface / User Experience   SINGAPORE
Interface / User Experience   SINGAPORE
Interface / User Experience   SINGAPORE
Interface / User Experience   SINGAPORE
Interface / User Experience   SINGAPORE
Integrating With Current Systems                     Go to     Get a    Stay until                     store              ...
How do we use DATA?                                    SINGAPORE‣ Quantum Invention Realtime Traffic Data‣ Existing eCitize...
SINGAPORE            So what’s the opportunity?
The Overall Opportunity                                    SINGAPORE‣ Integrate into existing GOVT eService to create mobi...
The Potential Market                                       SINGAPORE‣ Singapore Government Agencies‣ 25 major Telco servic...
The Opportunity For Monetization                             SINGAPORE‣ Commercial purchasers/subscribers - Singtel, Starh...
SINGAPORE    Where could we take it in the future?
Future Considerations                                        SINGAPORE‣ Live push notifications for users when specific queu...
SINGAPORE            What already exists?
Competitive Set                                 SINGAPORE‣ Hospital camera view website (queue watch)‣ Q-minder (Estonian ...
Next Steps                                                    SINGAPORE‣ Start conversations about existing queue data,  e...
SINGAPORE
Introducing...   SINGAPORE
Introducing...   SINGAPORE
SINGAPORE
Credits & Contacts                   SINGAPOREData sets used:Quantum Invention Realtime TrafficTeam leadName: Wu HuayuNumb...
Mission statement/value proposition                    SINGAPOREThis project will improve Singapore by reducing timewasted...
Example of lost revenue                SINGAPORE             500 Customers Per Day                Average Daily foot      ...
The Opportunity                               SINGAPORE   24% of consumers abandon their purchases          when faced wit...
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iQueue, the smartest way to stand in line. iQueue is the evolution of queuing in Singapore. Our mobile app enables you to know when and where queues are shortest, and allows you to virtually stand in line while you do other things.

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  • We’ve calculated that to be a COST OF $7.2 billion A year\n\nLost wages\n\nLost revenue\n\nLost time\n
  • We’ve calculated that to be a COST OF $7.2 billion A year\n\nLost productivity for companies\n\nLost revenue for retailers - 24% of consumers abandon their purchases when faced with a long line.\n\nLost time for the rest of us.\n
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  • User perspective.\n\nguy checks queue locations - Guy walks into store – Guy gets ticket or inputs QR code – guy walks out happy\n
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  • Obviously there are already various methods to control queues being used, but they either require extra hardware or they don’t allow customers to leave the locations, and they don’t allow the customer to optimize their choice of queue or the retailer to optimize customer flow.\n\nCompetitors (whats the diff and why are we better?)\n\n
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    1. 1. SINGAPOREiQ 2I RTeam Members:Wu HuayuXue MingqiangZhou JingboAlicia TanJulian AndrewsBen Lightfoot
    2. 2. The Issue SINGAPORE
    3. 3. The Issue SINGAPORE 360 million hours wasting time in queues
    4. 4. The Issue SINGAPORE 360 million hours wasting time in queues
    5. 5. The Issue SINGAPORE At a cost of $7.2 BILLION A YEAR!
    6. 6. The Issue SINGAPORE > LOST PRODUCTIVITY > LOST REVENUE > LOST PERSONAL TIME
    7. 7. The Issue SINGAPORE We want to give you THAT TIME BACK!
    8. 8. SINGAPORE
    9. 9. iQ shows you when and where queues are shor test and then ‘vir tually’keeps your place in lineSO YOU CAN DO OTHER THINGS WHILE YOUR WAITING
    10. 10. SINGAPORE So what might it look like?
    11. 11. Interface / User Experience SINGAPORE
    12. 12. Interface / User Experience SINGAPORE
    13. 13. Interface / User Experience SINGAPORE
    14. 14. Interface / User Experience SINGAPORE
    15. 15. Interface / User Experience SINGAPORE
    16. 16. Interface / User Experience SINGAPORE
    17. 17. Interface / User Experience SINGAPORE
    18. 18. Integrating With Current Systems Go to Get a Stay until store Store ticket called Down Leave Go to Go Get a load app until store Store ticket & scan called Check Go to Go to queues/ Book store Store driving now when time notified called
    19. 19. How do we use DATA? SINGAPORE‣ Quantum Invention Realtime Traffic Data‣ Existing eCitizen Government Waiting/Queueing Data‣ Back End Queue Data from Client
    20. 20. SINGAPORE So what’s the opportunity?
    21. 21. The Overall Opportunity SINGAPORE‣ Integrate into existing GOVT eService to create mobile platform‣ Create Further Data Sets‣ Even location peaks and troughs‣ Even daily peaks and troughs‣ Opportunity for targeted advertisingThe wider opportunity to get customers buying productselsewhere, while they wait.
    22. 22. The Potential Market SINGAPORE‣ Singapore Government Agencies‣ 25 major Telco service centers‣ 83 mallsGlobal Scalability‣ 30+ Hospitals/health care centers‣ Theme Parks Such As Universal studios (10,300 visitors per day - $83 Average Spend)‣ We already have contacts in all of these companies
    23. 23. The Opportunity For Monetization SINGAPORE‣ Commercial purchasers/subscribers - Singtel, Starhub, Universal Studios‣ Government grants now, in future money from consulting about industry efficiency (IDA Digital Comms)‣ Shopping mall developers that could then on-sell advertising to their tenants
    24. 24. SINGAPORE Where could we take it in the future?
    25. 25. Future Considerations SINGAPORE‣ Live push notifications for users when specific queues are short‣ Multiple queue optimization at amusement park‣ Crowd Sourced Recommendations & Ratings (Client Service)‣ Integration With Mall mapping apps (Plaza Singapura)
    26. 26. SINGAPORE What already exists?
    27. 27. Competitive Set SINGAPORE‣ Hospital camera view website (queue watch)‣ Q-minder (Estonian app)‣ Q-less (web based white labeling)‣ Timetrade (Apple Store appointment booking)‣ Restaurant Beepers
    28. 28. Next Steps SINGAPORE‣ Start conversations about existing queue data, evaluate existing solutions and potential purchasers problems‣ Feasibility and cost of integration with existing systems‣ Design more accurate algorithms to better estimate queuing times‣ Find a client to test
    29. 29. SINGAPORE
    30. 30. Introducing... SINGAPORE
    31. 31. Introducing... SINGAPORE
    32. 32. SINGAPORE
    33. 33. Credits & Contacts SINGAPOREData sets used:Quantum Invention Realtime TrafficTeam leadName: Wu HuayuNumber: 98460346Email: wuhuayu@gmai.comTeam members:Wu HuayuXue MingqiangZhou JingboAlicia TanJulian AndrewsBen Lightfoot
    34. 34. Mission statement/value proposition SINGAPOREThis project will improve Singapore by reducing timewasted standing in queues. Wasted time that effects: ‣ Workplace Productivity ‣ Retailer Revenue ‣ Personal TimeThis new found time allow us to: ‣ Continue Working until our queue time is ready ‣ Continue Shopping (Within Store/Within Mall) ‣ Relax and enjoy time with your friends ‣ Get lunch/dinner like the time is intended for
    35. 35. Example of lost revenue SINGAPORE 500 Customers Per Day Average Daily foot traffic is 500 customers The Average Shopper spends $1.25 a minute ten minutes wait FOR EACH is $6250 lost SPEND A DAY OR OVER $2 MILLION A YEAR
    36. 36. The Opportunity SINGAPORE 24% of consumers abandon their purchases when faced with a long line.

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