…As part of its Future of Automobility project, IDEO produced three concepts exploring the potential of driverless vehicles, including on-demand delivery services and workplaces that commute to employees.
“We do quite a bit of more focused, next-generation work with our transportation clients that takes into account many of the constraints needed to provide mobility solutions in today’s transportation context,” IDEO partner and executive design director Danny Stillion told Dezeen. “These automobility concepts are a bit different.”
“While not intended as literal vehicle concepts ready to ship, the range of concepts is intended to help us think about what life would be like with them in our lives, and to provoke further thinking about the kind of broader solutions we will have to work together on to solve our future mobility needs,” he explained….
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