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New cars for a collaborative mobility - Local Motors at World Forum Lille


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Invited to the World Forum for a Responsible Economy (Lille - 2015), Damien Declercq presented how Local Motors is fostering a revolution in collaborative mobility, based on an Open-Source and crowd-sourced codesigning process, Direct Digital Manufacturing, 3D printing, local micro factories and a participative platform.

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New cars for a collaborative mobility - Local Motors at World Forum Lille

  1. 1. Industrial Revolution 1.0: Harvesting the power of steam
  2. 2. Industrial Revolution 2.0: Increasing Automation
  3. 3. Industrial Revolution 3.0: Digitizing
  4. 4. Products: We sell products developed collaboratively with our community.
  5. 5. Platform Community Process Co-Creation: Collaborative design
  6. 6. Co-Creation: Community engagement Contributions rewarded: RoyaltyWork protected: Creative Commons
  7. 7. Labs Build Floor Shop Microfactories: Design, Build and Sell locally
  8. 8. Countries with >500 community members Countries with 1-499 community members Existing Microfactories Planned Microfactories Expanding the network of Microfactories: Co-Creating locally relevant vehicle eco-systems
  9. 9. Model: Combination of collaborative development and local manufacturing
  10. 10. The Edge: Products to Market 5x Faster and 100x Less Cost
  11. 11. Case 1: Rally Fighter from Sangho Kim, South Korea | World’s 1st Co-Created Car - 18 months
  12. 12. Case 2: Flypmode from Victor Garcia, USA | World’s First Co-Created Military Vehicle - 5 months
  13. 13. Collaborations: Community engagements
  14. 14. A world of vehicle innovations: Vehicles developed for the US market
  15. 15. 3D Printed car Challenge: Over 200 entries
  16. 16. International Manufacturing Technology Show: September 2014 - Chicago
  17. 17. DDM: Direct Digital Manufacturing
  18. 18. Case 3: Strati from Michele Anoè, Italy | World’s First 3D printed car
  19. 19. Project redacted: July 2015 - Swim from Kevin Lo, USA
  20. 20. Project redacted: Swim from Kevin Lo, USA | On the way to the first Highway certified 3D printed car
  21. 21. Partnering for Success
  22. 22. Urban Mobility Challenge: Berlin 2030 - High potential winning concepts “Picking up the pace a little bit, won’t hurt. 2030 arrives faster than you think.”
  23. 23. Purpose Urbanization pressurizing our transport systems As the share of the world’s population living in cities grows to nearly 70 percent by 2050 and energy consumption for transport in cities is expected to double, the need for efficient, affordable, safe and high- capacity transport solutions will become more acute. Maria van der Hoeven, Executive Director, IEA Sources:
  24. 24. Problem Congestion has a high cost The combined annual cost of gridlock in the U.S., U.K., France and Germany is expected to soar to $293.1 billion by 2030, almost a 50% increase from 2013. Inrix, Economic & Environmental Impact of Traffic Congestion study >$290B
  25. 25. Problem Sources: Human operated vehicles are killing machines Unsafe road traffic systems are seriously harming global public health and development. Worldwide, an estimated 1.2 million people are killed in road crashes each year and as many as 50 million are injured. Projections indicate that these figures will increase by about 65% over the next 20 years unless there is new commitment to prevention. Nevertheless, the tragedy behind these figures attracts less mass media attention than other, less frequent types of tragedy. World Health Organization, World report on road traffic injury prevention
  26. 26. Problem Emissions, noise 95% of all kilometers travelled (both passenger and freight) in the EU are powered by oil derived fuels. The combustion of this oil releases pollution in the form of emissions, which place significant burdens on human health and the environment. Around 90% of city dwellers in the European Union (EU) are still exposed to air pollutants at levels deemed harmful to health by the World Health Organization (WHO), and transport is a large contributor to this. Transport also causes noise impacts. Road traffic exposes more people to harmful levels of noise than any other source. EEA
  27. 27. Current mobility system Need for a new paradigmNot sustainable Technology enables solutions
  28. 28. Mobility: The future is shared, autonomous and sustainable DriverlessShared vehicles and rides Sustainable
  29. 29. AWESOME Vehicles: Edgar08 - Autonomous upgradable smart minibus
  30. 30. AWESOME System: Re-routes itself autonomously
  31. 31. AWESOME System: Self-optimized routine planning
  32. 32. Edgar08: Beautiful and sustainable
  33. 33. Edgar08: Smart and accessible
  34. 34. AWESOME App: Mobile enabled Integration of various payment mode Billing Interface Multi-Modal Trip-Planning On-Demand or Pre-Defined route Registration Service optimization based on usage patterns Ticketing Integration of existing ticketing schemes
  35. 35. AWESOME System: Safe, Sustainable and affordable SustainableSafe Affordable
  36. 36. Who is the AWESOME System for? Fleet operatorsPublic transport operators Communities
  37. 37. AWESOME System: Simply
  38. 38. Damien Declercq +49 1514 66 55 007