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from A to Green, a future vision of coachworks - Combigroep Carrosseriee
Design: Rodrigues A.L., Vrijling B., Guiza D., van Houten M., Mejia J.R., and Prabowo S
2008 The Netherlands
The Micro Delivery System is a new kind of business for the client in order to extend its potential market following regulations and trends about transportation and logistics in the EU. The key elements of this new business consists of a system of detachable Modules that are able to be loaded at top of special trucks in Delivery Centers and to be used in parkings
from A to Green, a future vision of coachworks - Combigroep Carrosseriee
Design: Rodrigues A.L., Vrijling B.(Illustrations), Guiza D., van Houten M., Mejia J.R., and Prabowo S
2008 The Netherlands
The Micro Delivery System is a new kind of business for the client in order to extend its potential market following regulations and trends about transportation and logistics in the EU. The key elements of this new business consists of a system of detachable Modules that are able to be loaded at top of special trucks in Delivery Centers
from A to Green, a future vision of coachworks - Combigroep Carrosseriee
Design: Rodrigues A.L., Vrijling B.(Illustrations), Guiza D., van Houten M., Mejia J.R., and Prabowo S
2008 The Netherlands
The Micro Delivery System is a new kind of business for the client in order to extend its potential market following regulations and trends about transportation and logistics in the EU. The key elements of this new business consists of a system of detachable Modules that are able to be loaded at top of special trucks in Delivery Centers
Mobility at the first and last mile of the Intermodal Passenger Transport in a European Megacity - Client: Motio Development (Internal Project)
Design & Engineering: Mejia J.R. (Industrial-strategic design & Project Leader), Aguilar M. (Technical Development & Human Factors), Steketee A. (Engineering) and van der Zanden T. (Industrial Design & Illustrations)
Project date & place: 2009 The Netherlands.
Mobility at the first and last mile of the Intermodal Passenger Transport in a European Megacity - Using existing infrastructure this set of cars can fill the gap between private vehicles and public city buses offering an uplifting journey in a comfortable vehicle that is part of an efficient and flexible i.p.t. The interior design answers the entire passenger’s needs and expectations creating a unique experience thanks to different and sophisticated communication systems. This portfolio of buses was designed in five different sizes divided in three categories.
Mobility at the first and last mile of the Intermodal Passenger Transport in a European Megacity - More info online: http://jrms.pktweb.com/?p=104
Mobility at the first and last mile of the Intermodal Passenger Transport in a European Megacity
Mobility at the first and last mile of the Intermodal Passenger Transport in a European Megacity - The company wants to improve the mobility in megacities with a new concept of buses (light-weight, electrical & modular low mini-bus). The final concept vehicle included a future sustainable vision of this system as a coherent part of the inter-modular system of transportation.
The final result is ITO that is a family of fully low floor, modular and light-weight cyber cars, minibuses and buses with electric propulsion for a flexible range of passengers. Van der Zanden T. (Illustrations)
Twingo 2015 - Twingo 2015, concept car
Tags: VIP, Creative tools, Strategic product
Client: Academic work TUDelft (Delft University of Technology)
Design: Kooistra M.P. and Mejia J.R.
Project date & place: The Netherlands 2008
twingo 2015 concept car - Based on the deconstruction of the interior and exterior of the Renault Twingo 2007 the team designed the concept car following the Vision in Product Design process (ViP - Hekkert and Dijk TUDelft 1997) using the concept:
"Uplifting tree-house" where the city is busy, dark, depressing, stressful and the car is a friendly, happy, connecting, colourful, smart, comfortable and safe tree-house in the domain of young starters with a medium income that live or work in the city.
twingo 2015 concept car - Based on the deconstruction of the interior and exterior of the Renault Twingo 2007 the team designed the concept car following the Vision in Product Design process (ViP - Hekkert and Dijk TUDelft 1997) using the concept:
"Uplifting tree-house" where the city is busy, dark, depressing, stressful and the car is a friendly, happy, connecting, colourful, smart, comfortable and safe tree-house in the domain of young starters with a medium income that live or work in the city.
Mobility
Ricardo Mejia
Strategic Product Designer, Project Manager, Industrial Designer Bogota, Colombia